A majority of Republicans, particularly Trump-supporting Republicans, believe that anti-white racism and discrimination is now “as big a problem” as anti-black racism and discrimination, according to a new Yahoo News/YouGov poll.
“Most Trump voters (73%) and Republicans (64%) … say that ‘discrimination against white people has become as big a problem as discrimination against Black people in the U.S.,'” according to Yahoo News.
Notice how the establishment media outlet purposefully chose to capitalize black but leave white in lowercase.
Released last Tuesday, the Yahoo News poll was, it would appear, purposefully conducted in the aftermath of the Buffalo shooting by a white supremacist obsessed with the great replacement theory.
Indeed, the Buffalo shooting is referenced several times throughout Yahoo News’ report.
If a political party must be blamed for the Buffalo massacre, blame the Democrat Party https://t.co/ojH76UI3Fi pic.twitter.com/UbJ2sPveTf
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) May 19, 2022
Not mentioned in Yahoo News’ report is the spate of black nationalist attacks that preceded the Buffalo mass shooting.
Darrell Brooks, the black man who last November allegedly used his SUV to run over and kill six people in Waukesha, Wisconsin, all of them white, is a black nationalist.
“The more we learn about Darrell Brooks, the easier it is to understand why the media don’t want to talk about him. Brooks’ social media feeds are full of racist and black nationalist propaganda,” Fox News host Tucker Carlson reported in the immediate aftermath of the attack.
“In one of his rap songs, he includes lines from Malcolm X justifying race-hate against whites. He posted a picture of a fruit bowl arranged to display the letters BLM with a raised fist, and not insignificantly, Brooks also criticized the jury’s verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse case.”
Carlson expands on media disinterest in Waukesha slaughter, their fear of where it may lead – https://t.co/5aWxibkcV3
— Bo Snerdley (@BoSnerdley) November 26, 2021
James Frank, the black man who in April allegedly committed a mass shooting on a Brooklyn subway, striking 10 people, five of who were critically injured, is also a black nationalist.
He railed frequently on his YouTube channel against whites, Jews, and Hispanics, and critics say his grievances eerily mirrored the rhetoric often seen and heard heard from the media, whose contributors and hosts regularly portray certain people as “privileged,” inherently evil “oppressors” based solely on their or ethnicity.
Also not mentioned in Yahoo News’ report is the federal government’s own foray into anti-white racism.
Last year the Biden administration began doling out debt relief to farmers based on their race. Suffice it to say, every farmer was entitled to relief except for the white ones.
This year evidence emerged that, thanks to guidance from the Biden administration, rules prioritizing the medical treatment of non-white COVID patients over white COVID patients were being adopted by health departments across the country.
Whites to the rear? Biden admin guidance says ‘race or ethnicity’ a factor in prioritizing COVID treatment https://t.co/AkYfDf4P0p
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) January 9, 2022
The establishment press has also delved into anti-white racism. Last year The New York Times ran a report citing so-called “experts” who essentially said that giving the COVID vaccine to minorities first and letting elderly whites die would “level the playing field.”
And then there’s Hollywood. Actor and comedian Tyler Fischer recently announced that he’s suing a talent management company for refusing to rep him because he’s white.
“Fischer, 35, was trying to find a talent manager in October 2020 when he first connected with AGI Entertainment Media & Management, a Manhattan outfit that reps comedians Samantha Bee and Colin Quinn, television host Julie Chen and journalist Natalie Morales,” according to the New York Post.
At first, everything seemed fine. But then suddenly AGI’s executive assistant told him that his race was an issue.
“We love you. Everyone here loves you and thinks you’re a star, but we’re not taking you because you’re white,” executive assistant Alex Brizel allegedly said.
“I think I said something like, ‘So you guys like me, you want to work with me, you know I’ve got what it takes, but the only reason is because I’m white?’ And he said, ‘Yeah,'” according to Fischer.
Thankfully, he recorded the call.
I’m currently suing a talent manager who told me they won’t work with me because I’m a white man. They just asked how much money I want to settle out of court. UPDATE: I will not settle. I will take this all the way even if I don’t get a dime. This “justified” racism must end.
— Tyler Fischer (@TyTheFisch) May 17, 2022
@jordanbpeterson let me know if you’d be open to discussing this. The entire entertainment industry is complicit with justified discrimination & it gets no press. It took me nine yrs to gain the courage to speak up about it & tons of actors/comedians are quitting out of fear.
— Tyler Fischer (@TyTheFisch) May 17, 2022
As of Sunday, May 29th, no other media outlet in America had written up a story about Fischer’s experience. This, of course, is no surprise. According to much of the mainstream establishment, anti-white racism and discrimination is a farce, never mind all the evidence demonstrating otherwise …
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