The left is having a collective temper tantrum after Trump nominated Amy Coney Barrett for SCOTUS this past Sunday.
But do they have any real reason to hate her?
Now, the left lost their minds after Trump’s nomination for SCOTUS.
Politics has been in a constant state of uproar since the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
The sheer drama on both sides is nothing short of exhausting and mentally taxing.
On the one hand, the Republicans are forging ahead, following the Constitution to elect a new justice.
On the other hand, the Democrats are demanding the selection of a new justice be postponed until after the election.
Both sides are firmly entrenched in their beliefs and refuse to give any ground.
However, the Democrats are losing this particular battle.
Simply, they have no leg to stand on when it comes to preventing the election of a new Supreme Court justice.
They wanted to be able to control who was elected, but that is not a power they have.
Now, instead of trying to make an inward change to their party in order to be people voters are more likely to elect, they’re throwing a hissy fit because they are not content with letting Trump fulfill his duties as President.
The biggest gripe they have is against Trump’s nomination for SCOTUS, Amy Coney Barrett.
And now, a new attack against her has surfaced.
The latest weapon in the left’s arsenal is an attack against Barrett’s children.
Barrett and her husband have seven children, five biological ones and two black children they adopted from Haiti.
The left is now framing Barrett as a racist and a bad mother if she becomes the new Supreme Court justice.
But their reasoning for calling her racist is far-fetched to say the least.
The source of their attack comes from a tweet by Dr. Ibram X. Kendi, a professor at Boston University and a proponent of critical race theory.
He tweet stated:
“Some White colonizers “adopted” Black children. They “civilized” these “savage” children in the “superior” ways of White people, while using them as props in their lifelong pictures of denial, while cutting the biological parents of these children out of the picture of humanity. And whether this is Barrett or not is not the point. It is a belief too many White people have: if they have or adopt a child of color, then they can’t be racist.”
All in all, he is not wrong.
It was a belief back then and it is a belief still held today: if you are kind to a person of color once, you cannot be racist.
Dr. Ibram was specifically trying to counter this incorrect belief held by numerous white people.
Additionally, he stated that the focus was not Barrett herself, but white people as a whole who hold this belief.
Unfortunately, his tweet, meant to open a discussion on this overlooked aspect of racism, was turned into an unfair attack against Barrett.
The left twisted his words to mean that Barrett – and by extension all other white people – are racist if they adopt a child of color.
Hopefully, Barrett will let this new attack roll off of her and forge ahead to become the new Supreme Court justice.