After Florida Republican Ron Desantis said “let’s build off the success we’ve had” under Florida Governor Rick Scott, he said; “the last thing we need to do is to monkey this up by trying to embrace a socialist agenda with huge tax increases bankrupting the state. That is not going to work.” The term “monkey” something up is commonly used as a verb to mean “mess up something.” He did not use monkey as a noun to describe his opponent. It was candidate Obama who said in 2008 “I come from Chicago. It’s not as if it’s just Republicans who have monkeyed around with elections in the past. Sometimes Democrats have, too. You know, whenever people are in power, they have this tendency to try to tilt things in their direction.” Though it was clear the man was talking abut policy, like it was clear when the lord and savior Obama (praise him) said it; just the fact that Desantis used the word “monkey,” and the candidate he is running against is a black man, Desantis was immediately labeled a racist. It is clear as crystal that he was not directing the comment at Mr. Gillum, but that meant nothing to the race pimps, hustlers and race baiters. The 39 year old Gillum lapped up the opportunity to play the victime and called the statement “not a dog whistle but a bullhorn.” The people ready to be offended and waiting to show how racist and oppressive America is jumped on the comment. The fact that Mr. Desantis is a Republican did not help. Desantis should have been more savvy. Surely he is aware of the hyper sensitive, walking on egg shells environment that we live in, and he definitely could have been more aware. To say however that it was a racist statement is silly, and the people making the fuss over it know that it was not a racist statement. But in addition, one statement does not nullify a lifetime of behavior. We are supposed to ignore the life that Mr. Desantis has lived, and banish him as an outcast for this one comment. The people who continue to push this nefarious nonesense are truly not worth the attention that we give them. Black people should use moments like these to show that they are stronger than so many white leftists believe they are, and reject the call to play the victim again because of something so insignificant.
Here are some more examples of the boy who cried racism:
In another attempt to latch the racist moniker onto Trump, CNN Chief Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin said that ANTIFA was “widely perceived as an African American organization.” This is because Trump speaking about ANTIFA said “the level of hatred — the level of anger — is unbelievable.” Toobin inserted himself into Trump’s mind and said that what Trump meant is “I’m Donald Trump and I’ll protect you from the scary, black people.” The problems is that everyone knows that the violent, hate monger holligan group known as ANTIFA is white as the wind driven snow with some exceptions here and there, but Toobin turned ANTIFA into a black group in order to label Trump a racist for opposing them…go figure.
Doug Adler commenting on a tennis match involving Venus Williams style of play said “she misses a first serve, and Venus is all over her…you see Venus move in and put the gorilla effect on. Charging.” Thing is, he did not say gorilla. He said guerilla. It is a term that is sometimes used in tennis to describe play that is aggressive, relentless and merciless like guerilla warfare. The term was prominently featured in a NIKE commercial with Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi back in the nineties. Of course, a white social justice warrior waiting to show how woke he is, while at the same time assuaging some white guilt jumped at the opportunity to stand up for the poor weak, helpless black female who needs to be rescued by a white leftist social justice hero. He said “this is some appalling stuff. Horrifying that the Williamssisters remain subjected to it still in 2017,” and he turned it into a race issue. That was all it took. From that moment on, Mr. Adler’s Reputation was destroyed. His name became synonymous with racism, he lost his job and his health declined. He eventually suffered a heart attack. ESPN refused to stand behind their man even though, as a network of sports commentators they would have been familiar with the term that he used.
Congresswoman Frederica Wilson inserted herself into a conversation that Trump had with the wife of a fallen Soldier. The Soldier’s wife is obviously not a Trump Supporter. That’s her right! She does not have to love Trump, but Congresswoman Wilson decided that she needed to make it about herself, and turned it into an opportunity to bash Trump. Trump’s Chief of Staff General Kelly (a Gold Star father) seeking to add context to the President’s phone call did a press conference to explain what happened during the phone call, and he criticized the Congressman calling her an empty vessel. The media spent the next week calling General Kelly a racist for saying that the Congresswoman is an empty vessel. This fine man with a distinguished record of service, and a life of example was suddenly labeled a racist for daring to criticize a black woman.
Recently Trump called Omarosa Manigault a dog. It is important to say that the President of the United States should not be calling anyone a dog. It is unnecessary, it is petty, it is below the Office of the President. We could all agree on that, and call the President out on it, but that is not enough for the Trump haters who have to tie everything to racism. For calling Omarosa a dog, he was labeled a racist. So even though we have Trump on record referring o a group of people as dogs, including Mitt Romney and other white people; the fact that he did it to a black woman was called racist because black people are exempt from all of lfe’s troubles including insults.
It goes on, and on, and on, and…………………………………………………………..
Is there anyone who is just sick and tired of the Democrat Party and the left’s constant appeal to racial politics?