I’m worried for our country, and I’m worried for our freedoms, especially our freedom of speech. Kayleigh McEnany is brilliant, and maybe we’d be better off having her as president than Trump. Beauty, intelligence and a strong personality.
But even she couldn’t defend Trump’s statement, that he would not take a stance on the Confederate flag. Watch this:
Ideally, she should have been able to state that:
Many people who fly the Confederate Battle flag are patriotic Americans. Southern heritage is part of American heritage, and this flag can represent many things. Let’s not rush to condemn those who fly it as “racists.” Instead, let’s simply consider it a symbol of Southern pride.
This would be the correct way of approaching it. After all, if so many American blacks can use the word “nigger” in an innocuous way, and get away with it, then why can’t people do the same with the Battle flag?
Of course, we all know what would have happened if McEnany had put it that way; there would have been a political firestorm. Instead, she was forced to wiggle out of the question, which was posed to her several times.
It’s frustrating when even the White House press secretary cannot defend the President’s refusal to condemn the Battle flag. This is what happens when public opinion is altered by moneyed elites (the Corporate Media and “education” system). Even those in power cannot defend themselves using plain English – because the lynch mobs will come to get them.
One person who does NOT have to worry about lynch mobs is football player DeSean Jackson. From Yahoo Sports:
An Instagram story post featuring a fake quote from Adolf Hitler resulted in Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson insisting he has no hatred toward the Jewish community, then posting the same Hitler quote again.
The 33-year-old receiver drew a backlash on Monday for his initial post, which featured the fake quote in which Hitler supposedly said he would start World War III to stop white Jews in America from oppressing the Black community. Snopes has identified the quote as a fabrication originating in June 2017 and claimed to be from a book that, in reality, made no argument that Hitler had an affinity for the Black community…
As some noted the clear anti-Semitism of the quote, Jackson responded by reposting the quote with a statement saying it had been taken the wrong way and that he has no hatred in his heart.
He did not attempt to explain why the quote — which, again, is Hitler supposedly saying why he wants to exterminate the Jews — was misconstrued or not anti-Semitic.
Jackson then proceeded to post another picture to his Instagram story focusing on a passage claiming the Jews will extort America as part of their plan for world domination.
Jackson has also published two Instagram posts praising the teachings of Louis Farrakhan, who has been identified by the Southern Poverty Law Center as an anti-Semitic extremist.
Will Jackson be fired? Maybe, and maybe not. It’s just as likely that a simple apology will suffice. After all, he’s a member of the Godly class: An African American. There will be no lynch mobs heading his way. There will be no massive protests at his games, nor will there be a boycott of his team.
In a sense, a black football player has more power than the White House press secretary. He’s allowed to speak his mind openly. Even if he does get fired, he won’t have to hire extra security, and he’ll never want for anything.
To end on a positive note, from what I’ve seen of Kayleigh McEnany (which isn’t all that much), I wish her a long and happy career. Perhaps she’ll become a prominent conservative thinker and writer after her White House stint. I hope she has lots of white kids. Her genes deserve to be propagated.