Left loves Tiffany Trump’s ‘blackout,’ loses collective minds over Katie Hopkins’ ‘White Out Wednesday’

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Katie Hopkins, a British media personality and columnist offered a ready response to Blackout Tuesday, a day set aside to mourn online for George Floyd, who died after a Minneapolis police officer was captured on video pinning Floyd down with his knee on his neck.

Not to be confused with an apologist, Hopkins countered by suggesting “White-Out Wednesday.”

“Today is #whiteoutwednesday. I will shortly be posting a picture of my arse. Thank you,” she tweeted.

Social media users posted solid black backgrounds Tuesday to express sympathy and to show solidarity against police brutality against black people while calling for racial justice — even though this is largely a media-induced false narrative (more on that later).

President Donald Trump’s daughter, Tiffany Trump, joined in, sharing a solid black box on Instagram.

She included the Helen Keller quote, “Alone we can achieve so little; together we can achieve so much.”

The hashtags #blackoutTuesday and #justiceforgeorgefloyd were also added.

 

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”Alone we can achieve so little; together we can achieve so much.”- Helen Keller #blackoutTuesday #justiceforgeorgefloyd

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Pretty much, all of America stands together on the idea that the Minneapolis police officer, who was immediately fired and then charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter, was wrong in his actions.

But with an eye on November, the agenda-driven media is pushing a false narrative about “racist cops” running rampant.

In a Washington Examiner op-ed, James A. Gagliano, retired FBI supervisory special agent and CNN law enforcement analyst, noted that “open season has been declared” against police officers, before stating that “what happened to Floyd was an aberration and not normal for the vast majority of sworn members of the policing profession.”

Citing the Washington Post, of all sources, Gagliano shared this telling analysis:

“In 2019, for instance, police shot and killed 19 unarmed whites (out of a total of 370 killed) and nine unarmed African Americans (out of 235 killed). This means 5.1% of white people fatally shot by police were unarmed, compared to 3.8% of black people killed by police. The definition of “unarmed” also includes those who violently struggle, attack, or attempt to disarm the involved law enforcement officer.”

 

As for Katie Hopkins not being an apologist, she could in fact be the poster child for eschewing political correctness,

Needless to say, the intolerant left lost its collective mind in response to “White-Out Wednesday.”

If you are not down with the latest liberal talking points, then you must be a racist.

Here’s a sampling of the hysteria from Twitter — Caution: Vulgar Language:

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