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White Activist “Confused” by Seeing Republican Black Man

White Activist “Confused” by Seeing Republican Black Man
July 09
17:11 2018

By any standard, Kimberley Johnson’s tweet on social media would be considered racist. However, Kimberly enjoys special dispensation – given that she’s an outspoken progressive “feminist” and also an unabashed “activist.” As such, what normally would be considered biased and discriminating is excused when she is the one being overtly racist.

While individuals like Johnson preach the gospel of diversity, the activist became surprisingly confused after seeing an African American male driving a BMW – with NRA and Tea Party bumper stickers affixed to his bumper.

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The dust-up began on Thursday after Johnson, spokesperson for the “We Are Woman” national advocacy group, ignited a firestorm Thursday on social media regarding her thoughtless tweet.

“Out on the road the other day I saw an affluent black man driving a BMW with two bumper-stickers. One was pro-NRA and the other one was a Tea Party sticker that read, ‘Don’t tread on me,’” she wrote in a now-deleted tweet. “This left me very confused.”

The immediate response on social media was quick and swift, with almost unanimous condemnation of Johnson’s inconsiderate tweet.

One responder wrote, “It’s not confusing to people who don’t judge others based on their skin tone. You should try it.”

“One of the most racist things ever are people who think black people MUST all think alike and vote for the same party,” tweeted journalist Jason Howerton.

Rather then simply apologizing for her crude remarks, Johnson attempted to first explain it, tweeting she was merely “confused” and didn’t mean to tell black Americans who they should support. “It’s not about skin tone. It’s about people voting against their own interests. The same can be said for anyone who isn’t rich and white.”

Like a true “card carrying feminist,” she began justifying her actions by accusing both the Tea Party movement and the GOP of representing only “white, rich men.”

This is perhaps the reason why progressive dogma is in the dumpster, when compared to the actual data of Trump supporters – who are hard working Middle American working-class families.

Johnson did what comes naturally to most progressives once challenged by indisputable facts: ”delete the tweet” and then attempt to spin those facts in your favor. “I deleted a tweet that questioned why African Americans would support the Tea Party, and people saw that as racist. I do not see the GOP working in the best interests of people of color or women. I never said anyone should vote any particular way. I said it confused me,” the racially minded activist tweeted.

“I deleted it because people were putting words in my mouth and changing my original intent. FOR THE RECORD: I do not believe everyone should vote the way I do. However, I am free to wonder what motivates people to vote,” she added.
What motivates people to vote a certain way isn’t confusing to critical thinking individuals, as it’s usually based on accomplishments rather than ideology. Under this “rich and white” administration, the nation’s unemployment rate hit an 18-year low of 3.8 percent. Black unemployment is at its lowest point in recorded history. And perhaps the most significant if you’re a committed feminist activist, unemployment for woman has fallen to 3.6 percent, the lowest since 1953.
Those are the facts that perhaps best explain why an African American male would support policies that support him…still confused Kimberly?

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6 Comments

  1. Richard
    Richard July 10, 17:42

    The liberal elites go nuts when they see a black conservative. “How dare a black leave the Democratic plantation.”

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  2. Marianne
    Marianne July 10, 19:00

    It’s the same old thing, people are pigeonholed if you are anything right of totally left. Yet those are the o lines es that scream the 1st, loudest and more most inappropriate ways. I have come to expect these vocals and behaviors.

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  3. Steve Crawford
    Steve Crawford July 10, 21:40

    There are still many Blacks African Americans with that plantation mentality. It is the main reason that they will never have economic power that would give them voting power. Blacks are the only people in the US that think success is being integrated with Whites. Too many so called Black leaders have led Blacks down a path of nowhere. But many Blacks refuse to listen to Dr. Claude Anderson and take heed to his advice and become a strong nation of people in the USA.

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  4. Ooc5477
    Ooc5477 July 10, 22:47

    AND–the experiments on the human race continue!

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  5. Starde
    Starde July 11, 01:58

    I think her words were twisted. She expressed to see a black person supporting Republicans because traditionally the Republicans are not pro people of color or working class people. I think she is wise enough to realize that not everyone shares the same ideology or point of view irrespective of color.

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  6. Franklin54
    Franklin54 October 08, 19:44

    Voting against their own interests?

    And yet she fails to mention any “actions” the Democrats have done to help the “Interests” of Black People

    Democrats pander to Blacks at election time and ignore them any other time

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