Liberals have declared war on white women — who are now being blamed for anything they hate about President Trump, Republicans, and society in general.
Racism was once condemned as evil (because it is), but today, racism is apparently evil only when it’s directed at minorities. White women and men are open targets, and the left is no longer hiding its agenda.
That’s what conservative commentator Lori Flaherty observed in her column “A Cold Winter for White Women” at the American Thinker. “The open assault on white women from the progressive left seems to have begun in earnest,” she wrote.
“It actually began more than two years ago immediately following the election of President Trump, when presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton said, ‘[Democrats] do not do well with white men, and we don’t do well with married, white women.’
Clinton couldn’t have been more insulting to her own gender. By making public derogatory statements against white women, Clinton was really signaling that it was time to kick off the white woman blame game.”
Making matters worse are the legions of self-hating white leftists who have jumped on the bandwagon in their pitiful bid for Twitter retweets and liberal approval.
What is wrong with white people?
— Carolyn McClanahan (@CarolynMcC) May 15, 2018
This Halloween I’m going as Ratio’d. pic.twitter.com/CidRWFBLkb
— Will Collier (@willcollier) October 23, 2018
This has resulted in a generation of white girls and boys plagued by “white guilt,” who think it’s cool to express disdain and hatred for white people. This is dangerous rhetoric that is poisoning our youth.
No one should feel ashamed of themselves for immutable characteristics they cannot change. Nor should they be held accountable for “sins” committed by their long-dead ancestors.
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) February 18, 2017
“Young white people today are exposed almost exclusively to angry black artists and Hollywood stars who encourage them to hate themselves for their whiteness,” Lori Flaherty wrote.
“Telling young white people to ‘check’ their white privilege or to hate themselves for their culture isn’t just insanity, it’s racist.
“The winter forecast calls for more racial hatred aimed squarely at white America, particularly the shaming and name-calling of white women.”
This week, a panel on Don Lemon’s CNN show shamelessly declared that white women who voted for President Trump are “racist.”
Last month, CNN contributor Kirsten Powers said white women who defended Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh from bogus, 36-year-old gang-rape accusations were “enabling the white patriarchy.”
Powers has never apologized for her defamatory condemnation of Justice Kavanaugh even after evidence emerged suggesting that most, if not all, of the 11th hour claims against him were fake.
The mainstream media don’t feel the need to apologize for their vicious smear campaign against Justice Kavanaugh because he’s white — and that’s downright scary. Because if this rabid public persecution could happen to him (a “privileged white male” who was a federal judge), it could also happen to you.
The way to counter racism against minorities is not racism targeting white women and men. Rather, the solution is to abandon identity politics and judge people — as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said — “not by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.”
If liberals don’t want to listen to this message coming from white people, then heed these words from people of color.
Dear Whites, please let go of your guilt. It is time.https://t.co/hCV6jZLj4J
— Ayaan Hirsi Ali (@Ayaan) March 6, 2017
I am a black woman born & raised in rural southern poverty. I am also an overcomer who enthusiastically supports Trump. If I were a white woman, I would not support Dems because of their anti-white, anti-male, anti-life & anti-Christian agenda. @CNNPolitics @realDonaldTrump https://t.co/tdy9V2VDyS
— Dr. Carol M. Swain (@carolmswain) November 18, 2018
Self-hating white people are a phenomenon that needs further exploration.
They literally get high from telling other whites how to behave.
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) October 24, 2018
My success came when I stopped blaming the white man for my problems.
My success came when I stopped expecting the world to hand me something & started finding out what I can contribute to the world.
My success came when I realized that the left never supported who I really am
— Brandon Tatum (@TheOfficerTatum) November 18, 2018
Facts are tough on Democrats.
Facts are tough on Democrats… pic.twitter.com/dd6AD2nziU
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) August 12, 2018
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