Knitting Website Bans Members from Mentioning 'White Supremacist' Donald Trump
Lefties are allowing their anti-Trumpery to seep into every facet of their lives. It's becoming harder to find any activity which doesn't include some dig at our tangerine-hued commander-in-chief. Take this knee-slapper for example. A knitting website is dropping the ban hammer on even the mere mention of Trump's name.
Ravelry, a website and forum for the knitting community, announced Sunday that it would no longer allow users to show support for President Trump and his administration, either by speaking in favor of Trump, or by designing Trump-inspired patterns.
"We cannot provide a space that is inclusive of all and also allow support for open white supremacy," wrote Ravelry's site administrators. "Support of the Trump administration is undeniably support for white supremacy."
Yes, to count yourself among the millions of people who support the Donald makes you a white supremacist. Your sole purpose for knitting must be to make homemade Klan hoods and swastika pillowcases. You're just an awful, terrible, no-good scum bucket.
It's hard to read about this and not think lefties are completely out of their gourds. It's not like the site was on the verge of being hijacked by MAGA people. To be turned into a Trump apparel outlet. Even so, that still wouldn't qualify Trumpers as white supremacists.
This is a sad example of how polarized we've become. People are unable to put aside their petty differences and get along. Even when it comes to such an unrelated subject like knitting. The left and their claims of "white supremacy" and "fascism" are driving us all apart. It's like we're just one "Democrat Only" drinking fountain away from full on political segregation. Pathetic.
While we're talking about the "fascist" Trump: