‘White extinction anxiety’ starts trending like crazy. Get out the duct tape, you’re about to see why.

Remember, when white America is under attack by the left, there’s no such thing as racism.

Charles Blow, a black op-ed columnist for The New York Times had a ready answer for those who oppose a hard-left socialist agenda and dare support the enforcement of our immigration laws.

“White extinction anxiety.”

That’s right, Blow opened his blowhole and spewed this racist tripe in a column run Sunday that celebrated white Americans soon becoming a minority in the U.S.

“White people have been the majority of people considered United States citizens since this country was founded, but that period is rapidly drawing to a close,” Blow wrote.

He noted that Hispanics and blacks have a higher fertility rate, thus the anxiety felt by whitey.

“All manner of current policy grows out of this panic over the loss of privilege and power: immigration policy, voter suppression, Trump economic isolationist impulses, his contempt for people from Haiti and Africa, the Muslim ban, his rage over Black Lives Matter and social justice protests. Everything.

“These immigration policies are for people who conflated America with whiteness, and therefore a loss of white primacy becomes a loss of American identity.”

 

Blow is the epitome of someone walking around with a hammer seeing everything as a nail — racism being his symbolic hammer and the actions of those who do not look like him being the nail.

Never mind the inflammatory rhetoric, as noted by Jack Posobiec, a correspondent for One America News correspondent.

“White Extinction? And you people say Trump uses inflammatory rhetoric,” Posobiec tweeted.

An unfortunate thing for Blow and The Times — and progressives in general — is that there’s plenty of white people on social media, along with others who know a racist when they see one.

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