IS THE “WALL OF MOMS” RACIST?

Is “antifa” – the loosely joined group that was named to suggest anti-fascism, but in reality is about as fascist as they come – a racist organization?  Even as they march/protest/riot with “Black Lives Matter” radicals?

Hey, why not?  Everyone else has been called racist, why would they get a free pass?

This latest accusation of racism involves the so-called “wall of moms” – a group of women, who may or may not be moms (no way to know), who put on yellow shirts and essentially acted as human shields for the antifa/BLM rioters.

How could they have been racist?  What did they do to deserve that once-damning insult (which, through non-stop use for anything and everything, has lost about 99% of its meaning)?

From Mia Cathell’s article at thepostmillennial.com, we have this:

A Black Lives Matter group, involved in the Portland protests with links to Antifa, is accusing the “Wall of Moms” of anti-black racism.

Don’t Shoot PDX posted on Instagram yesterday that the “Mom mob” had left “vulnerable Black women downtown after marching” and failed “to support those on the ground that put trust in them.”

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“Combined with a lack of care for and disregard of Black women, we were used to further an agenda unrelated to BLM,” the group asserted.

“Please do not support this organization anymore. We need everyone to show up against racism, but it’s even more crucial to prioritize transparency and accountability,” Don’t Shoot PDX concluded.

I admit it is becoming harder and harder to keep track of who is accused of what among these “peaceful protesters”…who, despite jerrold nadler’s impossibly imbecilic claim that it is “a myth”, riot, attack police and destroy property every night.

But this one is particularly interesting.

Now, what will the “Wall of Moms” (WOM) do about it?  Will WOM accuse BLM of being racist for accusing them of being racist?  Will both WOM and BLM again accuse the USA of being racist?  And what will the DNC and RNC say about it?

I’ll wait to find out.  And I hope the wait is a long one.

1 Comment

  • I’ll wait to find out. And I hope the wait is a long one.

    I was really expecting that last sentence was going to read;
    ‘These questions and many others will be answered in the next episode of Soap’. 🙂

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