Why Black Congresswoman Cori Bush called her fellow Black Congressman Byron Donalds a white supremacist.
How can a black man be a white supremacist?
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I don’t know about you, but I’m loving this showdown in the House of Representatives over who will be the next Speaker, and watching Kevin McCarthy get spanked down over and over and over again. No matter which side of the aisle you sit on, this is just great TV.
But we can’t have a fight on national TV without there being a woke virtue signal or two, and yesterday Cori Bush gave us this perfect example.
She literally called Byron Donalds - who commits the crime of being a Republican while black - a white supremacist.
How can it be that a black man is a white supremacist just because of his political leanings?
Because, as we’ve discussed before, when the woke say “whiteness”, they don’t mean skin color.
You see, the far left believe that racism was created when the first black slaves came to America in 1619 (even though that is factually incorrect). This is when systemic racism began. They believe that white people (who prior to this hadn’t thought of themselves as white) prioritized building structures that would support white people, and only white people, and we still live with those structures today.
Today, the woke argue that because black slaves were considered private property back in the day, that capitalism was the real evil behind slavery.
This is why you find you hear so many on the far left say they are in favor of abolishing whiteness and capitalism in the same sentence - they view the terms as interchangeable.
Learn how the 1619 project harkens back to the Communist Manifesto to understand more about why whiteness means capitalism.
What that means is that Byron Donalds is considered a white supremacist because he is a black man that believes in private property, individualism, and meritocracy.
He believes in capitalism and therefore is upholding institutions the woke left believes are white supremacist in nature.
His skin color is irrelevant. The only thing that is required to be considered a white supremacist is to embrace the American dream.
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen something like this.
The media has been trying to advance the idea of multi-racial whiteness since January 6 happened, with the latest effort just a few days ago by the Los Angeles Times:
Cori Bush is calling Byron Donalds a white supremacist because Byron Donalds doesn’t believe that the system is oppressing him.
Byron Donalds believes in individualism.
He believes in meritocracy.
He believes in private property.
He believes in capitalism.
He believes the American dream is real.
And that’s why he must be smeared by the woke left. He is an inconvenient truth.
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