People are still losing their minds in the aftermath of Charlottesville (see Violent Alt-Left Destroys County Flag, Hoists Antifa Flag in its Place and ‘Anti-Fascist’ Leftists Now Want to Blow Up Mount Rushmore). If you’re one of the many who are still having trouble making sense of this battle of the races, fret not. YouTuber Candace Owens has you covered…
Maybe I live in a bubble where white people and black people get along every day.
I went to the gym this morning, a white girl signed me in an handed me towel. No beef.
Then, I was trying to figure out how this weight machine, and a black trainer came over and helped me. No drama.
I even went to a coffee shop later and a Spanish girl maybe my latte with an extra shot. All good in the hood.
Mainstream media douchenozzles. Consider yourselves slammed.
Now, is there still some tension between the races in America? Sadly yes. The unfortunate truth is it will likely always exist. But it’s handy to remind ourselves the overwhelming majority of white and black people don’t fill out their days obsessing over the other guy’s supposed shortcomings.
Despite what the media will tell you, race is pretty much inconsequential to conservatives. Melanin content means nothing compared to a person’s actions and character. But, good luck explaining that to the left. To a leftist, everything is about race (see RACIST? Idiot Mark Ruffalo Threatens MSNBC to Stop Hiring ‘White Conservatives…’ and RACISM: University Undergrad Says English Too Hard For Minorities. They Should Speak Ebonics Instead…).
This mostly made-up battle of the races is designed to bring about division and boost viewer ratings for mainstream media outlets. Racial harmony isn’t going to garner as many clicks as Nazis and “anti-fascists” fighting to the death in our town squares.
We can’t deny the existence of white supremacists. Black supremacists, either. But, the truth is none of those 2×4-swinging bungholes on either side represent the rest of us. They’re a bunch of fringe asshats, playing into the media’s false narrative. The rest of us like each other just fine. Some advice. Don’t fall for the media’s bullhickey.
Besides, there aren’t many differences between either of the two groups.