Black gubernatorial candidate Larry Elder called “the Black face of white supremacy” by LA Times columnist 🤡
· Aug 20, 2021 ·

Did you know that California gubernatorial candidate Larry Elder – who is also a black man – is literally the BLACK FACE OF WHITE SUPREMACY??

Grr, look at him with all that smugness. I bet he's thinking conservative thoughts, which everybody knows basically makes him a Nazi.

Larry Elder smiled the smug smile of a Black conservative who could very well be liberal California's next governor.

A reasonable and rational person clearly wrote this column. It's clear that people should vote for smug white guy Gavin Newsom instead of the smug black guy in order to teach those white supremacists a lesson!

Few things infuriate me more than watching a Black person use willful blindness and cherry-picked facts to make overly simplistic arguments that whitewash the complex problems that come along with being Black in America.

You mean like painting a man as a white supremacist because he‘s "smug" and disagrees with you on law enforcement policy?

And throughout his career — as a radio host, as a talking head for Fox News and now as a gubernatorial candidate — Elder has made a point of doing just that, usually with a lot of taunting and toddler-like name-calling of his ideological enemies in the process.

I'm glad this tolerant leftist isn't resorting to taunting or calling anyone names like "toddler."

As The Times once wrote of Rep. Maxine Waters' refusal to be a guest on Elder's radio talk show: "Why should she boost the ratings of a man who ridicules her by mixing a recording of a barking dog over her sound bites?"

I think you're forgetting the detail where Maxine Waters is a person who openly called for physical hostility toward Trump voters. Also, if anyone wants to mix barking dogs over my soundbites that'd be funny because I have a sense of humor.

Not leftists, though. If you make a joke, they'll get both you AND your little dog, too!

"He is a danger, a clear and present danger," said Melina Abdullah, cofounder of Black Lives Matter Los Angeles.

I recall Tom Clancy using that term for a famous book. It basically indicates something so dangerous that it must be stopped at all costs, which totally isn't violent rhetoric from this mostly-peaceful activist!

Still, if Larry Elder has the capacity to be a danger to the socialists destroying California, let's clone him a few times to save all of America!

Elder opposes every single public policy idea that's supported by Black people to help Black people.

False. There are plenty of independent black thinkers that LA Times writers don't recognize as black because they have different opinions.

Elder actually represents a growing number of black conservatives that leftists pretend don't exist.

If elected, the task force studying reparations for Black Californians would be toast.

A racist and unconstitutional policy based on unjust ideas and historical fallacies would be nixed?? SAY IT AIN'T SO!

L.A. City Councilman Marqueece Harris-Dawson: "These recalls are clown shows and he is a clown.

Fact: The Left has no idea what a clown show is because it's leading the circus with its complete lack of a grasp on reality. Only an unreasonable liar would say recalling Gavin Newsom is a "clown show" after the last year.

Let's cut to acclaimed sociopolitical scholar Abdullah:

Abdullah of Black Lives Matter: "Anytime you put a Black face on white supremacy, which is what Larry Elder is, there are people who will utilize that as an opportunity to deny white supremacy.

How can this be? It's possible if you do the Marxist struggle sessions that redefine "white supremacy" as "logic, reason, scientific principles, inventions, accomplishments, and art discovered or made by people who disagree with communism... and also anything related to the Bible."

You want the clown show?

It's the philosophical bubble these people live in where they fail to see the cancerous corruption that has infected their state or how their slick leaders are crushing people beneath their boots.

Nothing in this article actually addresses Elder's positions outside of generalities about how they will hurt the "Black" community and quotes from far-left activists. I don't even have to formally endorse the guy to tell you how far into clown town this article goes.


P.S. - Take a break from racist clown town with this video of parents who hired a Bigfoot impersonator to crash their kid's b-day party!

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