Stupid is as stupid does and in this day and age of anti-Trump hysteria, it seems the far-left media and the socialist Democrats are determined to quickly go from dumb to dumber.
With each 24/7 news cycle attempt to smear the President of the United States, voters’ opinion of the media and Democrats in Congress goes lower while their appreciation of the job President Trump is doing grows stronger.
The media is helping President Trump’s reelection effort by its constant, obsessive, nearly unhinged determination to tell their audience for the 2,965th time that Trump’s tweets about four radical congresswomen were “racist.”
At least three respected polls, including one just out today, have shown the backlash those tweets — in Trump’s favor. I immediately predicted this would happen if the media persisted in its passionate, unprofessional behavior of affixing the “racist” label to the tweets as if the label were straight news rather than an opinion.
As I explained last week, words matter, and wolf cries eventually cause people to get angry at the crier. The word “racist” in particular has been so overused as a pejorative that plenty of nonracist people at least tune it out and sometimes revolt against it.
In this case, if the observer sees Reps. Rashida Tlaib, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ayanna Pressley, and Ilhan Omar primarily as “women of color,” then the nasty Trump tweet appears aimed at their “color,” which in these “woke” days often is misused as a stand-in for “race.” Yet if the observer doesn’t look at everything first and foremost through a racial or colorized lens, what the women have in common isn’t their supposed pigmentation similarities but their radicalism.
Telling a radical to leave the country if they hate America seems, to many eyes, to be childish and even nativist, but not a racist way to make an otherwise valid point.
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