How Liberals Determine if You’re Racist or Not

Confused as to how liberals arbitrarily decide something is racist or not? Fear not — we’ve finally uncovered the formula. We hope it’s helpful, and will convince you to stop thinking for yourself in any independent fashion.

Sure, this image is satirical, but when you dig deep enough, it actually makes a lot of sense. Racism is not a partisan phenomenon. While it’s hard to quantify exactly how often it occurs on either side, it’s accurate to conclude that political inclinations alone cannot predict it.

But this is not how the left sees it, and we have very recent examples to demonstrate this. The New York Times, a bastion of liberal intellectual thought since its inception, took no issue with hiring anti-White racist Sarah Jeong. But, when black conservative Candace Owens appropriated her tweets, she was temporarily suspended from Twitter.

It’s also worth pointing out that Al Sharpton, a man who has been profiteering from race-baiting throughout his entire public career, still has a prime time show on a major cable network. But, since he stumps for leftist causes, no one seems to care.

Liberals expend a lot of energy trying to claim that racism is somehow connected to conservative thinking, but reality makes this pretty difficult for them.

~ Facts Not Memes

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