Michelle Malkin calls out #BrownSkinGirlChallenge, issues revised version

Conservative pundit Michelle Malkin was spot on when she called attention to the trending #BrownSkinGirlChallenge hashtag on Twitter.

Noting that the social media platform “embraces skin color-based pride,” Malkin nailed it when she added that this is “only if you have the politically acceptable skin color and Silicon Valley-sanctioned ideology.”

Malkin tweeted: “Scrolling through the #BrownSkinGirlChallenge trending hashtag and seeing that [Twitter] embraces skin color-based pride…but only if you have the politically acceptable skin color and Silicon Valley-sanctioned ideology.”

She added a hashtag of her own: “#SJWRules.”

With the “squad” of America-hating progressive women of color in the news lately, Malkin issued a challenge of her own: “My #BrownSkinGirlChallenge – Post if you are a brown-skinned girl who identifies as a proud American!”

Of course. it goes without saying that a “white skin girl challenge” would never get the chance to trend on Twitter before being squashed. And if it did trend, the social media platform is not above manipulating what makes it on the list of popular topics, critics say.

An outspoken conservative not afraid to call out the left for its ridiculousness, Malkin is not too popular with progressives and they wasted no time unleashing their venom on her.

Hell, they even went so far as to deny Malkin the color of her skin because she isn’t in lockstep with their beliefs — this being the same crowd who wants to lecture the right on proper political discourse.

It doesn’t take long to pick up on the inherent victim mentality of those defending the celebration of one color of skin over another.

Naturally, President Donald Trump would be dragged into it eventually, as seen in a tweet from actress Yvette Nicole Brown:

There were plenty of people responding who were on board with loving their country, as Malkin suggested.

Here’s a sampling of some of those responses from Twitter:

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