“When Democrats get desperate they always return to their safe space of identity politics. When in doubt, cry racism.”
Columnist Derek Hunter
“It’s a hell of a racket. Who knew there were literally millions to be made in telling rich white liberals their skin is the root of all problems in the world? I wish I had thought of it. If I had known wealthy suburbanites led lives so devoid of meaning that they’d turned to mental masochism, I would’ve happily told them how awful they are and for half the price. They disgust me, but it never occurred to me to rip them off.”
Once again, Derek Hunter
Today’s read is from Rachel Alexander, editor of the Intellectual Conservative. She previously served as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Arizona, corporate attorney for Go Daddy Software, and Special Assistant/Deputy County Attorney for the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office.
Here’s an excerpt:
The Democrats’ manner of debating these days can be boiled down to one thing: label everything that conservatives do as racist. It’s a clever tactic, because it avoids discussing the merits of an issue (they always lose on the merits) and puts conservatives on the defensive. It turns the topic to discussing how to punish conservatives for being racist. The left is then free to plow ahead with their agenda because it’s the opposite, which then means it must be stopping racism. Everyone is so terrified of being called a racist that this stops conservatives from speaking up to defend conservative positions. It’s a brilliant strategy.
Instead of trying to pick holes in the shoddy accusation, what if conservatives went on the offensive and showed how Democrats are actually racist in a lot of their policies, since being defensive isn’t working?
Some areas are obvious.
Then Alexander proceeds to surgically decimate favorites from the liberal playbook.
Read the entire column.