CNN Says Pro-Trump White Women Are “Racist” & Invested in “White Supremacy”

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On Friday night, Don Lemon hosted a panel of leftist hacks and one normal person accusing white, pro-Trump women of being racist fools who support white supremacy despite being oppressed.

Radical liberal Kirsten Powers said Republican women excuse the President’s racist rhetoric. That’s not true. Republican women don’t think the President is racist.

Powers talked about the so-called white patriarchal system that benefits white women. She also stated emphatically that if you voted for Trump, you have to be racist.

We noticed her voice is far more affected than it was when she worked on Fox News. That is just an interesting sidenote.

Her comments are bizarre, especially since Republican white men are generally traditional and respectful of women. She said:

I think we have to recognize that white men are doing it as well, but sometimes I think that we would hope that we would get better behavior from white women because white women are themselves are oppressed and that they would be able to align themselves with other oppressed people.

I think we have to remember that the white patriarchal system actually benefits white women in a lot of ways, and they are attached to white men who are benefiting from the system that was created by them, for them. And their fathers and their husbands and their brothers are benefiting from the system, and so they are also benefiting.

She’s an elitist who thinks she knows what Republican women who supported Trump actually think. Why she thinks they are oppressed is a mystery. Dems have to make everyone into a victim.

Historian Stephanie Jones-Rogers, trying to sound intellectual and agreeing with her nutty viewpoints, said white women — despite being oppressed — oddly invest in white supremacy. She stated:

We tend to think of white women primarily focusing on gender oppression — that because they are oppressed as women, that that oppression will allow them to ally and to sympathize with other dispossessed and other disempowered peoples in the nation.

But my research actually shows that they long had a deep investment in white supremacy, and not only did they benefit from it, but they participated in its construction and its perpetuation — not just in the context of slavery, not just in the colonial period, but well after slavery was over.

They know nothing. These are the same women who pander to the likes of Linda Sarsour who actually does support an ideology that oppresses women.

They are simply trying to make white women who vote for Trump think they are racist if they do.


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