What we have here is proof that liberals in the media will make just about any connection they can to promote the narrative that there is a racist boogeyman lurking behind every corner. Sometimes, these connections are so obviously stretched that they are comical.
Case in point: the “hispanic white supremacist” referenced in this tweet. If this short phrase isn’t making you scratch your head in confusion, go ahead and re-read the tweet as many times as you need to before moving forward.
We’re not exactly sure how many hispanics are actually Hitler-adoring neo-Nazis, but we can’t imagine it’s terribly high considering that white supremacy doesn’t have an innate appeal to non-whites.
This isn’t the first time someone of a different ethnic background has been called a “white supremacist” or something similar to drive the race narrative. The New York Times famously referred to George Zimmerman as a “white hispanic” after his alternation with Trayvon Martin, a label the paper was easily able to get away with because of its leftist slant.
~ Facts Not Memes