YOU RACIST!

I get tired of giving up the language to pansy asses  that bitch and whine over virtually everything and force their political correctness or attempt to on the rest of us. Everything we say today offends some jackass with an emotional disability.

The language is rich and we still have freedom of speech. Nowhere in the Constitution does it say you have a RIGHT to NOT be offended by what others say, or in general, by life itself.

These pansy asses get into your head, into our heads and make us think “Gee did I offend you” and in Valspeak “Oh My God… I am so sorry”. I AM NOT SORRY! Grow the hell up and get over it. You don’t like someone’s speech? Then match it with your own and win the argument in the court of public opinion. Don’t whine about it and try to silence the speech… DEBATE IT! ARGUE IT. And then move on like an adult.

Gubernatorial hopeful U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis, was talking about the great strides made in Florida in terms of the economy and said Floridians should not “monkey this up” by voting for his far left leaning opponent Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum. Gillum wasted no time in calling DeDantis out as a racist for comparing him to a monkey (which DeSantis clearly did not do). Now many on the right are shaking their heads and agreeing DeSantis should have chosen his words better. What bullshit. Here’s why.

The language is rich in content and meaning. “Monkeying around” usually meant cheating in your relationship or avoiding work. It never meant hanging with your black friends. To “monkey something up” NEVER was racist until the other day. It has always meant to screw or f**k something up.

Now we can’t even ask someone “where are you from?” least we commit a racial micro-aggression! What bullshit.

Instead of saying “gee he could have used different words” how about “HEY! That phrase is NOT racist” and rebut the allegation that it is.

Don’t play along with this double speak. Own the language and if punched – hit back.

Don’t believe me? Check out the University of Minnesota’s list of microaggressions.
https://sph.umn.edu/site/docs/hewg/microaggressions.pdf


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