Trump-Loving Columnist Fires Off Article Claiming Trump Is The Real Victim Of Racism
Donald Trump has constantly attacked immigrants, people of color, minorities, you name it. But apparently, he’s the victim to racism.
Conservative columnist Heather Mac Donald decided to back Trump’s racism and xenophobia and managed to type up an article on the Wall Street Journal that painted Trump as the victim.
In a story headlined “Trump Isn’t the One Dividing Us by Race,” Mac Donald claims that “He hardly mentions it, while his adversaries are obsessed with ‘whiteness’ and ‘white privilege.’”
“It is the media and Democratic leaders who routinely characterize individuals and groups by race and issue race-based denunciations of large parts of the American polity,” Mac Donald claims.
“America’s universities deserve credit for this double standard,” she writes.
“Identity politics dominate higher education: Administrators, students and faculty obsessively categorize themselves and each other by race. ‘White privilege,’ often coupled with ‘toxic masculinity,’ is the focus of freshmen orientations and an ever-growing array of courses.”
Mac Donald went on to claim that white people will begin to embrace their “whiteness” because the media embraces it. “If ‘whiteness’ is a legitimate topic of academic and political discourse, some individuals are going to embrace “white identity” proudly,” Mac Donald claims.
The columnist also suggests that identity politics might increase the likelihood of mass violence.
“To note the inevitability of white identity politics in no way condones the grotesque violence of men like the El Paso killer,” she says. “But the dominant culture is creating a group of social pariahs, a very small percentage of whom—already unmoored from traditional sources of meaning and stability, such as family—are taking their revenge through stomach-churning mayhem,” Mac Donald argues.
“Overcoming racial divisiveness will be difficult. But the primary responsibility rests with its main propagators: the academic left and its imitators in politics and mass media.”