How to Tell When People of Color are Actually White Supremacists

With so many different political opinions suddenly emerging out of communities of color in the United States, lots of Americans may have a hard time discerning which are “true” opinions and which are simply white supremacist plants.

We’re kidding. The only people who seem to have an issue with this at all are members of the “NPC” left — that is, people whose discourse is limited to what 5 or 6 primetime comedians tell then what to think throughout the week.

For a political movement that places so much emphasis on race and the evils of “cultural appropriation”, the left sure can’t get enough of it. Shaun King, a biologically white man who does everything he can to sound and look black, is a hero on the left. Elizabeth Warren, the senator who has been culturally appropriating Native Americans her entire adult life, is a serious possibility for 2020.

Meanwhile, authentic people of color who support President Donald Trump — or at least just reject left-wing intersectionality — are written off to be traitors to their race.

So, what gives?

The only takeaway here is that the radical left really don’t care about race at all. Instead, they care about how they can use identity for political purposes. This is why all of this adoration for people of color vanishes into thin air the minute someone of a particular non-white demographic steps outside their box of acceptable opinions.

~ Facts Not Memes

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