The NRA’s Dana Loesch Has a New Question About ‘White Privilege’

It’s almost the end of the month folks — and you know what that means. Everyone renting an apartment right now has to fork up the money, except white people. They get to just trade in their white privilege points because that’s totally how life works.

The concept of white privilege is one of the most confusing things to come out of Cultural Marxist rhetoric. The idea is that every white person in America, including laborers in the Midwest and those suffering from opioid addiction in Appalachia, are born with special powers that allow them to side-step the daily challenges of life. We’re not sure how that applies to either of the aforementioned groups, but you’re not supposed to ask questions anymore. That would be racist.

Well, NRA spokesperson Dana Loesch may have uncovered the first actual case of white privilege, and it comes in the form of one of its most vocal opponents.

Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren is an obvious example of white privilege if there ever was one. Because of her political views, her hypocritical behavior is overlooked by just about every media outlet — even when the people she was culturally appropriating make their disdain for her behavior explicitly clear.

Perhaps it would be better to rename it — it’s not white privilege, it’s Democrat privilege.

~ Facts Not Memes

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