Liberals are oddly comfortable judging women by color of skin, not ‘content of their character’

Conservative commentator and CRTV host Allie Stuckey gave a telling assessment of how the left uses the color of one’s skin to judge people, rather than the content of their character, as Dr. Martin Luther King once envisioned.

Appearing on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” Stuckey was asked to respond to an effort by zealots on the left who, in the absence of a much ballyhooed blue wave, are trying to make white Republican women the scapegoat.

After highlighting the fiasco Florida’s midterm elections have become after the shenanigans seen in Palm Beach and Broward counties, fill-in host Brian Kilmeade highlighted a clip of “The View’s” Joy-less Baher essentially saying Republican women are too stupid to vote for anyone else.

He also highlighted a Vogue article that declared white women are “maddeningly, confusingly… unsisterly,” and a tweet from actress Chelsea Handler, who said white women “need to vote for the best interests of others, and stop thinking only about ourselves.”

“Allie, make sense of this. Are white women too stupid to vote for anybody else?” Kilmeade asked.

“I don’t think so,” Stuckey replied. “But, apparently that’s the thought on the left. We hear this a lot not just in regards to white women but that if you are a conservative, if you are a Republican, you are not just wrong but you are a bad person.”

“And what the left, and particularly leftist feminist cannot understand is that it’s not that we are voting against the ‘sisterhood,’ it’s not that we’re voting against women’s interests, it’s that we have different values that we do think are in our best interest,” she added. “We are pro-life. We are pro-Second Amendment. We are pro-secure borders. That’s not bigotry or immoral. They are just our values.”

As for the use of race to and sex by Democrats,

“I feel completely uncomfortable writing the term ‘white women’ in the article that I wrote for Townhall, but it was really just using the leftist terminology,” Stuckey said. “What we see increasingly, which is think is very troubling on the left is that they insist upon judging people by the color of their skin, by their political affiliation and their sex rather than the content of their character.”

She noted that this serves as a distraction from talking about conservative values.

“So, rather than talking to someone like me and asking me about my values, they say you’re white, you’re wrong because you are a Republican,” Stuckey said. “And because you are a woman, you are also a traitor.”

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