Sourcing critical race theory (CRT) talking points to further promote cultural Marxism, a CNN reporter ensnared constitutional support with white supremacism as she contended the Buffalo shooting occurred since “white Americans” have yet to “come to terms with” their racism.
CNN’s senior political reporter Nia-Malika Henderson appeared on “Inside Politics” Tuesday as host John King led a panel reacting to President Joe Biden’s speech in Buffalo, New York. The president had made the trip to the area where an 18-year-old suspect was charged for murdering 10 individuals to deliver remarks that came across as more racially divisive than unifying in the wake of the tragedy.
Like the dutiful corporate media pundits they are, the CNN panel latched onto the president’s narrative to rail against free speech and the rights enshrined within the Constitution. Coupling support of the Second Amendment, labeled “gun culture” by her, with white supremacism, Henderson presented a framework that American culture was white culture.
“You know, oftentimes, it is African-Americans who talk about racism. It is really a white cultural problem that white Americans have to come to terms with,” she argued. “Why is it that African-Americans and brown and black people, more generally, are seen as the other or demonized so easily in a lot of our politics? You know we sort of talk about white supremacy but it’s also the ways in which people talk about folks coming across the border, the demonization of it goes around – about those folks, that somehow they also are a threat to Americans.”
Her statement followed Dana Bash’s furtherance of Ibram Kendi’s anti-racism philosophy that contends it is not enough to simply not be racist, you have to actively speak out against racism or you are complicit in any evils committed.
King backed up that position, noting, “There are a lot of people who say that they are not racist, that they’ve never said a racist thing, who use words that are code. You mentioned silence encourages this, so do words and certain actions, as well.”
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As the media and the president continued to push some adherence to the ‘Great Replacement Theory’ while denying and suppressing the fact that the suspect was reportedly mentally ill, they firmly aligned themselves against the freedoms Americans hold most dear.
In his book “American Marxism,” Mark Levin covered this angle of attack in part by citing a 1989 article written by The New York Times’ Felicity Barringer. He wrote, that she “unknowingly exposes what will become a central tenet of Critical Race Theory and other adaptations of Marxism to Americanism–that is, the assault on American history, institutions, and traditions or ‘the dominant white culture.'”
The reality is right by right, they will use any tragedy to further their objective to centralize power and demean the individual and, as Fox News’ Tucker Carlson pointed out Monday, “People who disagree with Joe Biden, according to Joe Biden, are now an ‘existential threat to the nation,’ like al Qaeda or climate change. A threat that by definition is so profound, we must declare war upon if we are to survive.”
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