Race-shaming Covid-19

Black Americans victimized by the cult of victimhood

and ‘race-grievance merchants’

What we hope is fair usage. Read Robert L. Woodson Sr. in the Wall Street Journal:

Robert L WoodsonA disproportionate number of black Americans are falling victim to Covid-19. It was only a matter of time until the race-grievance merchants began their campaign to name, blame and shame America. … News reports of defiant flouting of the guidelines within the black community abound. …

When Jerome Adams, the African-American U.S. surgeon general, made an impassioned appeal to segments of the black community to take more responsibility for their actions as a means of reducing their risk, he was demeaned and attacked by the black elite, race-grievance merchants …

A band of … opportunists took to the airwaves and social media to condemn Dr. Adams and anyone else who dared suggest the fate of black America could be altered by any force within its control. To assert that blacks have the power to affect their own destiny was deemed racist, heartless and outrageous.

What do YOU think?

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5 Responses to Race-shaming Covid-19

  1. Cornelius Gotchberg says:

    The Gotch thinks that Lefty does not, I repeat, does NOT…um…cotton to minorities leaving the lefty Plantation.

    Once they leave, by making the conscious CHOICE to think for themselves, they can no longer be manipulated, and are, thus, expendable.

    How many Conservative minorities keep their ideologies under wraps for fear of exactly what Dr. Adams is being subjected to? I’d bet it’s not an insignificant number.

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    • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

      posted too soon.

      The Race Hustling Victimhoodie mongerer’s methods are doomed to failure; you don’t get equal rights until you give up the special ones, and that’ll never happen.

      Me? I’ll just pay attention to Burgess Owens, Kevin Jackson, Dr. Ben Carson, Colin Powell, Condoleezza Rice, Clarence Thomas, Senator Tim Scott, Derrick Green, Jason Riley, Michael Powell, Will Hurd, Herman Cain, Allen West, Janice Rogers Brown, Shaquille O’Neal, Antonio Williams, Deroy Murdock, Lynn Swann, Dr. Thomas Sowell, Mia Love, Starr Jones, Ward Connerly, Dr. Walter Williams, Larry Elder, L.L. Cool J, J. C. Watts, Michael Steele, et al, who have so much more to say by preaching the principles of success and getting ahead rather than the pointing of fingers and the blame-game.

      The Gotch

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