Seriously, our comedic brothers over at The Babylon Bee can't hold a candle to reality anymore:
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Like, where do we even go from here???
If this headline confuses you, let me unpack it.
You see, the woke believe that everything evil in the world is defined by "whiteness" (maybe "the patriarchy" too, but gender is fluid these days). The solution, they believe, is to have policies that focus obsessively on people's skin color at the complete disregard of history and culture.
But most of the "brown and black" people coming through America's borders don't believe woke things. They want strong traditional values, freedom of religion, the abolishment of abortion, and a focus on the ideals of the Declaration and Constitution.
Hence, the logic grid of woke people short-circuits. Since they believe everyone with a certain skin color must think a certain way, they don't understand how Latinos can be MAGA supporters who want conservative policies in their communities.
Hence, in their closed-loop minds, these Hispanics must be vicious "white nationalists"!
If you want to go ahead and close the article, go ahead, because "we don't like that these immigrants are voting Republican" is why this Axios piece exists.
But if you want to do a deep dive into the woke psyche, then read on!
Experts tell Axios far-right extremism within the Latino community stems from three sources: Hispanic Americans who identify as white; the spread of online misinformation; and lingering anti-Black, antisemitic views among U.S. Latinos that are rarely openly discussed.
There can be Hispanics (the article mentions Nick Fuentes) who have firebrand views that may even be shared by some within racial supremacy groups (including the prolific number of "anti-racist" black supremacy groups out there). There are also other literal white supremacists like Richard Spencer who voted for Joe Biden.
But the majority of Hispanics voting conservative are doing so because conservatism or leftism are ideologies, not immutable ethnicities. It's only the racist woke people who think Hispanics need to vote based on the color of their skin.
This article, which so objectively notes that this evil whiteness was "fueled over the course of Donald Trump's presidency," uses the example of a Hispanic guy who attacked Asian Americans, but conveniently left out the dozens and dozens of recent violent attacks by black men on Asians and won't label that "white supremacy."
Their cries of racism have become completely routine and boring, because America is not a racist nation and the only people who see things through the lens of race are 1) the 15 KKK members typing from their moms' basements on 8chan and 2) the woke elites in charge of our institutions.
But, but, but: There are limits to how accepted some far-right Latino activists can become in white supremacist and neo-Nazi circles, Mark Pitcavage, a senior research fellow at the ADL's Center on Extremism, told Axios.
I wish I could say that "white nationalist Hispanics" was the bottom of the barrel, but since people like Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and black commentator Larry Elder can be dubbed "the black face of white supremacy" by the media, the clown show can always get weirder!
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