CNN panelist Simone Sanders attempted to divert blame from the 4 black thugs involved the kidnapping/beating of a disabled white man by blaming Donald Trump.
“I just want to remind folks,” begins Simone, “that we cannot sit here and ignore that, at least for the last year, on very public display, the worst parts of America have been brought from the fringe into the mainstream. So, that affects people on both sides.”
She continues, “We’ve talked about white nationalists and white supremacists and the KKK, but there also, when there’s also, when this inflammatory rhetoric is out there, when someone is repeatedly telling you that your community is the worst of the worst, it brings out the worst of the worst in people.”
This is typical pro-black thinking: they say blacks are the superior race, but then immediately turn around and say that blacks cannot be held responsible for any terrible things they happen to do.
And yes, Simone Sanders is a black supremacist: nowadays, 9 times out of 10 when you hear a black person talking about how they’re oppressed and how racist white people are, that is actually a cover for their black supremacist agenda.
Simone Sanders is the same woman who, when asked in November about the black mob beating of a white Trump supporter, sarcastically responded, “Oh my goodness, poor white people!”
She’s also the light-brown racist who said “we don’t need white people leading the Democratic party.”
But Simone wasn’t done elaborating on why she thinks the black Chicago thugs who kidnapped the disabled white man should be forgiven:
“Y’all have to give young people more credit than that [sic] is. Everybody knows who Donald Trump is…Was this hate for Donald Trump, because of the things he said? Or, was this for pure hate of white people, because that matters.”
She continued, “That is not a hate crime. Hate crimes are because of a person’s racial ethnicity, their religion, their gender, a disability, it isn’t your political leanings, because someone doesn’t like your political leanings and they do something bad to you, that is not a hate crime.”
This entire debacle is a prime example of #BlackPrivilege: The Freedom To Be Racist and Get Away With It, which you can learn more about in my recent video breakdown: