‘Swap sides’ experiment an eye-opener for black protester turned loose among Trump supporters

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A video making the social media rounds features an experiment among protesters showing the behavior of both a liberal anti-Trump crowd and conservative pro-Trump folks. To test for signs of much-ballyhooed racism (as told by the liberal media), one of the black liberals joined Trump supporters to see how he would be accepted.

A reporter from InfoWars introduced the man to a group of the president’s supporters, who appear to be waiting outside a stadium or arena to attend an apparent Trump rally.

“He wants to know if he will be safe inside,” she asked a white man standing in line.

“Sure,” he replied. “You can go in with us.”

The video is edited ahead to show a woman hugging the black man, saying, “We’ll welcome you with open arms.”

He would joke that with a few more (hugs?), he just might change his mind about Trump.

“I don’t see enough of “me” to represent with me here,” he tells another man.

“Hey, you’re with us and that’s all that matters brother,” the man replied.

Another scene showed a white man wearing a Trump t-shirt with his arm around the black man.

“White, black, it don’t mean shit, man,” the Trump supporter said.

At this point in the short video, the InfoWars correspondent reverses the process, going over to a group of Trump protesters, escorted by the black man.

While the clips are short and sweet, and there’s nothing to suggest what may have precipitated the comments, the reception the woman receives was atrocious.

“Little f*cking Nazi b*tch,” one man is heard saying.

A woman tells the reporter, “Go f*ck yourself.”

The video ends with a slow-motion look on the black man’s face as the verbal abuse rained down on the woman from InfoWars.

The liberal media would quickly dispel the video for all the editing if they would even mention it at all. They would actually have a point with this video, given that there seems to be a lot of pieced together material, but one only needs to look to American streets to see the anger and hatred on the left.

Even former 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful Marianne Williamson could see the hatred on the left, as she noted in a 2019 hot-mic remark.

“I mean, I’m a serious lefty, but they’re so… I didn’t think the left was as mean as the right, they are,” she said.

Ironically, actor Randy Quaid seized on her words this week to try to lure the spiritual leader to the “love Trump party.”

While the media would roll out stats about fringe right-wing extremist groups and white nationalists that were all but unheard of until Donald Trump was elected, the real contrast to the violence seen over the past two months comes from the tea party movement.

At its peak in 2010, thousands of conservative protests took place across America in support of fiscal responsibility and smaller government, including a massive rally in Washington, D.C. that some estimates put at well over 1 million people.

Not only were there no riots, but it’s also safe to say there wasn’t so much as a broken window.

Police officers assigned to watch over the rallies were often seen is relaxed stances, with smiles on their faces.

Yet, while much of the media runs interference for the anarchists and revolutionaries fomenting social unrest, insisting that they are “peaceful protesters,” the same outlets attacked the tea party movement with abandon, as did the Democratic Party.

In fact, as the nation mourned the loss of Congressman John Lewis last week, there was zero mention of an incident were he claimed tea party members called him the N-word as he walked to the Capital.

Another black lawmaker, Rep. Emanuel Cleaver, D-Mo., claimed he was spit on and the media whipped the nation into a frenzy over the alleged incident.

Yet, when the late Andrew Breitbart offered $100,000 to the United Negro College Fund for any video of the attacks — even in 2010, everyone had smartphones — the call went unanswered.

“It didn’t happen,” said Breitbart, who was quickly becoming the voice of the right — the void since his death remains unfilled, to the detriment of conservatism.

Still, how tame those days seem compared to the year 2020, in post-Obama America.

Tom Tillison

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The longest-tenured writer at BizPac Review, Tom grew up in Maryland before moving to Central Florida as a young teen. It is in the Sunshine State that he honed both his passion for politics and his writing skills.
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