If I said in the same sentence “We really need to come together as a people, be united in love, but my Lord people are too stupid to see what’s good for them,” I’d likely be called out by the haters. Who’d have a point. You can’t call for unity then mock the people you wish to unite. Unless you’re Don Lemon on CNN, who thinks we should stop marginalizing groups of people and all hate on the white men.
CNN's Don Lemon: "We have to stop demonizing people and realize the biggest terror threat in this country is white men, most of them radicalized to the right, and we have to start doing something about them." pic.twitter.com/OFu9fL3eHn
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) October 31, 2018
A few things:
- If it’s wrong to group everyone together based on their race or sex, for the sole purpose of assigning traits, stereotypes or motives to that one race or sex, then it’s wrong to group white men into a demographic piñata.
- Why does the left continue to demonize white men? What is so threatening about a man being white the left is going out of its way to apply terroristic traits to them as an entire group?
- Shaming a group of people, simply because they make up a large voting demographic, calling them terrorists, isn’t the best strategy to win them over. It would be like trying to win a popularity contest with my neighbors by saying “I hate how loud you all are, you obnoxious snot-shillers. Now please vote for me as street president.”
- I’m starting to worry for Don Lemon’s mental well-being. To say “Let’s stop demonizing groups and unite against white men” seems borderline functionally retarded and no I won’t apologize for using that word in a joke.
I suspect the left’s hate campaign against white men will backfire. We have about a week to see if my theory plays out.