The Democrat obsession with race has gotten out of control.
Children were trying to do a good deed and had a shocking accusation thrown at them.
You won’t believe why these young girls were called out for white privilege.
The Democrats judge people only based off of the color of their skin.
Our goal in America should be to treat people as individuals, for who they are not because of what their background is or the color of their skin.
The fact is that racism is no longer being judged based on unfair policies or unequal opportunities.
There’s a growing idea that the white people should be judged for racism as a group rather than as individuals.
“I was taught to see racism only in individual acts of meanness, not in invisible systems conferring dominance on my group” starts the paper “White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack’ by Peggy McIntosh.
McIntosh gives a list of what shows you have “white privilege.”
“I can if I wish arrange to be in the company of people of my race most of the time.” is the first suggestion of what is white privilege.
According to that definition a white person living in Africa or Asia would no longer be privileged because they could no longer easily arrange to be in the company of people of the same race.
By McIntosh’s definition minorities are automatically unprivileged.
Obama wasn’t exactly unprivileged when he was dealing with his mostly white cabinet.
Now white privilege isn’t just being able to hang out with people of the same race, cleaning up after protesters is a sign of white privilege.
“A video taken earlier this week appears to show three girls being scolded for supposedly misusing their “white privilege” as they cleaned graffiti from a vandalized government building in Washington, D.C.” the Daily Wire reported.
The girls were cleaning the letters BLM off of a federal building when a woman, identified as “Faith Alice Sleeper” came up and lectured them on their “white privilege.”
“Why are you guys removing ‘Black Lives Matter’ graffiti?” Alice asks the girls, videotaping them from her inside her vehicle.
“We’re just trying to take care of the city,” one of the girls responds. “We tried over there,” another girl said to Alice, “and it wasn’t coming off.”
“Why do you want that to come off?” Alice asked them.
“Because it’s a federal building and we care about our county and our city,” one of the girls replied.
“So you don’t care about black lives, then?” Alice said angrily.
“Not at all, that’s not at all what we’re saying,” the girls answered. “We certainly do care about black lives.”
“Not enough to leave up a message,” the woman said.
“We don’t disagree with the massage, ma’am,” one of the girls said, “it’s just on the building; we’re just trying to clean it.”
“Right,” Alice answered heatedly. “Not a great way to use your white privilege, ladies! Not a great — that’s disgusting.”
Alice later went back to say more but the girls who were cleaning were gone by then.
Cleaning up graffiti is not a sign of privilege it is a sign of being a good citizen who is trying to take care of the city in which they live.