The left loves to pin the narrative of “white supremacy” on conservatives, but when those conservatives happen to be Black—which is a growing trend as the Democrat party becomes more and more radicalized—the “white supremacy” narrative tends to fall short.
That doesn’t stop these foolish cretins from trying anyway.
In a recent tweet, CNN’s Keith Olbermann—an old White man, have you—attacks one of John MacArthur’s associates at Grace to You calling him a “self-hating idiot.” Darrell Harrison, a Black man and a strong conservative Christian with a powerful voice, responded to a social media post by Keisha Lance Bottoms, another of CNN’s radical left-wing activists known for exaggerating her “lived experiences” to increase her ratings. Bottoms posted that she was “turned away” at the Capital Grille at the Permiter Mall because she was wearing leggings.
Harrison, who doesn’t buy into the false narrative of racialized “white supremacy,” responded by asking her why not just abide by the establishment’s dress code.
Of course, leave it to CNN to turn it into something it isn’t as Olbermann then jumped in to imply that Harrison was being naive as a Black man by not seeing Bottoms turned away as an act of white supremacy. He was, according to Olbermann, a “self-hating idiot.”
So what just happened? Well, an old White liberal man just informed a Black man that his thinking must stay in line with the official narrative of the Democrat party and if he falls out of line, he’s going to be reprimanded for it. He, a Black man, according to Olbermann’s implication, is not allowed to think freely or have a different opinion. In Olbermann’s mind, Black people belong to the Democrat party.
Now, who’s the White supremacist?
Assuming that Bottom’s story is even true—it most likely isn’t—that still doesn’t prove or even remotely suggest racism or White supremacy. But that one is thought to be a “self-hating idiot” simply because he doesn’t buy the ridiculous narrative just exposes the racism that is continually propagated by the left.