American society is being held hostage by a commie cold that is destroying our economy putting people everywhere in fear. However, if you think that’s going to stop the fake hate crime train from rolling along you’re going to be disappointed. Here’s a post from an Athol Facebook group made by a woman named Samantha Curtis about a hate crime that allegedly happened at the Orange Walmart.
Of all the things that never happened, that never happened the most. She didn’t witness this cheesehog “bullying a little Asian woman,” but she might as well post it on a community forum just to inflame racial tensions. At least she taught us all a lot of new facts we weren’t aware of
- The kung flu is not a personal attack from China
- Americans can get it too
- Asian-Americans do not have immunity from the commie cold
- Asian people did not bring it here
Thank you for educating us Samantha.
Personally, I’m against discrimination of Asians. But I think we can all agree that her boyfriend should be treated as a second class citizen for obvious ginger reasons.
I have no idea who the first person to bring the Wuhan virus to America is, but they definitely came from a corrupt, oppressive country that silenced the doctor who first attempted to warn the world about how dangerous and contagious it is. They did nothing to prevent the spread, allowed people to fly all over the world, and then blamed the United States for it. This is the same country that cuckholded the NBA five months ago into condemning protesters in Hong Kong for wanting democracy. Unlike LeBron James I will not be China’s PR spokesperson and continue to call it exactly what it is – the Chinese virus.
I thought the media and SJW politicians were joking when they pretended to be offended every time President Trump called it the “Chinese virus.” People are dying, unemployment is skyrocketing, and the future is unclear for the first time in a long time. Surely no rational adult would waste an ounce of energy complaining about the President referencing the disease’s country of origin, right?
Wrong. Nothing matters more to social justice warriors than feelings. Nothing. International crisis be damned.
Posts like the one above manifest this way because “news” outlets like the New York Times and Chicago Tribune publish articles filled with unconfirmed anecdotes about alleged hate crimes occurring as a result of Trump’s terminology.
In interviews over the past week, nearly two dozen Asian Americans across the country said they were afraid to go grocery shopping, travel alone or let their children play outside amid an uptick of racist incidents.
From The New York Times: https://t.co/Yr8OCHb8TJ
— Chicago Tribune (@chicagotribune) March 24, 2020
Here’s an excerpt from the NYT article:
Yuanyuan Zhu was walking to her gym in San Francisco on March 9, thinking the workout could be her last for a while, when she noticed that a man was shouting at her. He was yelling an expletive about China. Then a bus passed, she recalled, and he screamed after it, “Run them over.”
She tried to keep her distance, but when the light changed, she was stuck waiting with him at the crosswalk. She could feel him staring at her. And then, suddenly, she felt it: his saliva hitting her face and her favorite sweater. In shock, Zhu, who is 26 and moved to the United States from China five years ago, hurried the rest of the way to the gym. She found a corner where no one could see her, and she cried quietly.
“That person didn’t look strange or angry or anything, you know?” she said of her tormentor. “He just looked like a normal person.”
Good Lord, there are actually people who believe that Asian women get spit on for being Asian in one of the most liberal cities in the country with one of the highest Asian populations? If this actually happened, which I’m quite sure it did not and no one can confirm that it did, then it was likely one of San Francisco’s infamous homeless vagrants, and the reason he did it was probably the same reason he sleeps in his own feces – he’s insane and/or on drugs.
But wait, there’s more anecdotes!
A writer for The New Yorker, Jiayang Fan, said she was taking out her trash last week when a man walking by began cursing at her for being Chinese.
“I’ve never felt like this in my 27 years in this country,” she wrote on Twitter on Tuesday. “I’ve never felt afraid to leave my home to take out the trash because of my face.”
Oh yea, that happens all the time. Sometimes you bring your trash outside and people yell at you for being Chinese. Totally believable.
The NYT must’ve had some data to back this up right?
In interviews over the past week, nearly two dozen Asian Americans across the country said they were afraid — to go grocery shopping, to travel alone on subways or buses, to let their children go outside. Many described being yelled at in public — a sudden spasm of hate that is reminiscent of the kind faced by Muslim Americans and other Arabs and South Asians after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
Whoa! They interviewed 24 Asian people who said that they’re afraid to go to the grocery store or let their kids go outside. Irrational fears are definitely a quantifiable statistic that we should be taking seriously. Definitely.
But of course the entire purpose of that article was to give the Times a chance to say this:
But unlike 2001, when President George W. Bush urged tolerance of Muslim Americans, this time President Donald Trump is using language that Asian Americans say is inciting racist attacks. Trump and his Republican allies are intent on calling the coronavirus “the Chinese virus,” rejecting the World Health Organization’s guidance against using geographic locations when naming illnesses, since past names have provoked a backlash. Trump told reporters Tuesday that he was calling the virus “Chinese” to combat a disinformation campaign by Beijing officials saying the U.S. military was the source of the outbreak. He dismissed concerns that his language would lead to any harm.
Translation – reporters at the NYT don’t like the fact that Trump won’t listen to them and stop calling it the China virus, so they sought out people who whined about being victims and used it as some sort of evidence that Trump is causing hate crimes.
Jussie Smollett has taught us nothing.
Repeat after me:
Chinese. Wuhan. Virus.
The only way to defeat political correctness is to do everything that SJWs tell you that you can’t do. They are not adults who you have to take seriously, and they only power they hold over you is when they get to dictate what language you use.
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