Did You Vote for Donald Trump? Then You’re Racist, Says CNN Guest. [VIDEO]

Did You Vote for Donald Trump? Then You’re Racist, Says CNN Guest. [VIDEO]

Did You Vote for Donald Trump? Then You’re Racist, Says CNN Guest. [VIDEO]

By now everyone and his grandmother has heard about the comments that Nuttier-Than-Squirrel-Poop Roseanne Barr made. Now I’m not about to regurgitate that mess here. However, I wonder if anyone will make a big deal about what this woman said on CNN?

She’s a “cultural critic” — whatever the hell that is — and her name is Michaela Angela Davis. She showed up Wednesday morning on CNN to inform viewers that anyone who voted for Trump is racist.

I guess that means that even if you held your nose to vote for Trump, you too are a racist.

Raaaacciiiist! 

“Tens of millions of people voted for him after [Trump] showed his cards for years.”

“Are you suggesting that they’re racist?”

“Yes, yes.”

She continued:

“They may not be violently racist . . . .He’s very clear and strategic. Look, anti-blackness is a strategy that has been the foundation of part of the American project.”

Alyson Camerota kinda-sorta challenged Davis on her bombshell accusation. I say ‘kinda-sort’ because she quickly backtracked, lest Davis call her ‘racist,’ too, I suppose:

“You know that people interpret this differently and to paint as broad a brush saying you are, saying that everybody who voted for him is racist.”

Here’s the problem, says Davis. You don’t even know you’re racist. It’s because we’re all working in “racist structures,” or something:

“Most of the time we are operating in racist structures, so you as an individual may not understand that you are racist but you are working in a racist structure.”

Yeah, it sounds like a load of bullshit to me, too. Here’s a portion of her word-salad argument. Props to you if you can follow this hodgepodge of logic:

Oh, wait — there’s more. Apparently black police officers are too dense to realize they’re participating in ‘racist structure,’ too:

“So that’s how policemen of color can be participatory, right?”

But, by all means, says Davis, we need to have “sustained, complicated, nuanced conversations” on race.

Oh, right. Davis just insulted about half of American voters, including a large chunk of white citizens, and then she expects to hold this “conversation” about race?

Yeah, that’ll go over well. Like a lead balloon, as my 7th grade teacher would always say.

Let me share a picture with you.

This man is my father. He just turned 94 years old in April, but 74 years ago, at just 20, he flew 50 bombing missions over Europe as part of a B-17 crew. Moreover, he volunteered. Now I would confidently say that as a very young man he did more to rid the world of history’s most evil racism than this nutty woman will ever do. But he voted for Trump. So I guess in her world that makes him a racist, right?

You know, I really don’t know who was more appalling — Michaela Angela Davis or the idiots on CNN who hosted this nutjob. But if they still wonder how we got Trump, all they need to do is look in a mirror. And if they keep this up, they’ll get him again in 2020, too.

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Kim is a pint-sized patriot who packs some big contradictions. She is a Baby Boomer who never became a hippie, an active Republican who first registered as a Democrat (okay, it was to help a sorority sister's father in his run for sheriff), and a devout Lutheran who practices yoga. Growing up in small-town Indiana, now living in the Kansas City metro, Kim is a conservative Midwestern gal whose heart is also in the Seattle area, where her eldest daughter, son-in-law, and grandson live. Kim is a working speech pathologist who left school system employment behind to subcontract to an agency, and has never looked back. She describes her conservatism as falling in the mold of Russell Kirk's Ten Conservative Principles. Don't know what they are? Google them!

7 Comments
  • Robin H says:

    That was the same argument they used for the women that didn’t march in the pussy hat parade. We were so oppressed we didn’t even know it. So now we’re so racist we don’t even know it. These people are just sad. What a way to view the world.

  • Timmy says:

    How can you even say that. Both candidates were white

  • Jill says:

    Great article. I started to listen to her and felt a little nauseous so I quit. BTW, a belated happy birthday to your Dad. Mine passed in 2002. He was injured in Iowa Jima and received a Purple Heart. Thank your Dad for his service. Also love VGB.

  • Johnny says:

    Michaela Angela Davis = M.A.D.
    So appropriate, in more ways than one.

  • GWB says:

    Look, anti-blackness is a strategy that has been the foundation of part of the American project.
    Oh, fer cryin’ out loud. FO and GTH.

    Yeah, it sounds like a load of bullshit to me, too.
    Big steamy 100 pounds of excrement shoved into a 50# bag and set aflame.

    (BTW, that woman looks a lot like Rachel Dolezal. Which speaks volumes.)

  • SFC D says:

    What this “cultural critic” and her fellow travelers fail to realize that a lot of Trump voters were not “voting for Trump” as much as they were “voting against Hillary”. I know I was. I support President Trump, but he honestly would not have been my ideal choice as a candidate. You play the hand you’re dealt. I voted against Hillary. I’m not racist, misogynist, or whatever -ist the left tries to label me as. I don’t blindly follow any party line or anybody’s rhetoric that says “You are (fill in the blank), therefore you must (fill in the blank). I think for myself. Hillary lost, it’s way past time for the liberal left to stop looking for blame, change their diapers and get a life.

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