Friday, July 16, 2021 / This article is republished with permission from our friend Stilton Jarlsberg at Stilton’s Place
Okay, this cartoon isn’t subtle and we’re not even sure that it’s funny. But Joe Biden’s call for the United Nations to investigate (and eventually “control”) racism and white supremacy in the United States is beyond the pale. If there is a less racist country than ours in the United Nations, we’d sure as hell like to know what it is.
But no, our alleged president is now saying that racism is at its worst since the Civil War, owing in part to the fact that Texas wants to pass regulations to help ensure honest elections. And it’s worth noting that what the media is calling the Texas “voter suppression” law would actually institute less-restrictive voting practices than those in Joe Biden’s home state of Delaware.
As a case in point, one of the worse-than-lynching proposals in Texas is to offer drive-thru voting for the convenience of the disabled, but NOT to jam those drive-thru polling locations with able-bodied people who just don’t want to get out of their idling, fossil fuel-burning, pollution-belching cars. And somehow this common sense policy is considered racially discriminatory, which raises an interesting question: how are people who allegedly can’t get photo IDs legally driving cars?!
But facts don’t matter. The Dems have decided to run with the imaginary racism football as far as they can go with it – including, apparently, asking the members of the United Nations to adjudicate our nation’s morality while failing to stop ethnic genocide and slavery within their own borders. An idea so insane and offensive that it rockets past hypocrisy and should instead be considered just cause for Joe Biden’s immediate removal from office.
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