Re: "Hating Jews is Becoming a Leftist Purity Test"

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> David Hartung wrote:
>> https://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/2021/10/hating-jews-becoming-
leftist-
>> purity-test-daniel-greenfield/
>>
>>
>> [...]
>> When Sunrise Movement DC issued its ultimatum that either the
Jews
>> had to be kicked out or it would boycott a D.C. statehood rally,
it
>> was a familiar purity test. And, like most purity tests, was
about
>> testing a willingness to hate people and endorse a new extremist
>> position on demand.
>>
>> Purity tests that have no constructive purpose except to
undermine
>> and oust a leadership that is insufficiently radical have become
>> commonplace in the Reign of Terror era of American politics.
>>
>> When Democrats adopt socialism, endorse the elimination of the
>> police, tear down the statues of Washington, Jefferson, and
Lincoln,
>> champion critical race theory, and insist that there’s no such
>> thing as men and women, it’s as the result of an escalating
series
>> of purity tests.
>>
>> Hating Jews is just the latest progressive purity test.
>> [...]
>>
>> No real surprise, the left has to keep up the hate.
>
>
> https://www.haaretz.com/

Ah yes, there's a typical unbiased ignorant gronk source.

Biden’s History of Getting Away With Racist Remarks

KEY TAKEAWAYS
Joe Biden has a decades-long habit of making overtly racist remarks,
taking discriminatory positions and cavorting with known racists.

Biden is almost certainly unaware of what he’s saying and has simply
repeated what a liberal on his staff has instructed him to say.

Joe Biden, who has a lifetime of them, is now president of the
United States. On some days and in some ways, it must be good to be
on the left.

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Joe Biden has a decades-long habit of making overtly racist remarks,
taking discriminatory positions and cavorting with known racists—
things that would get anyone to his political right tossed out of
polite society. But being on the left must make it okay.

Just a few days ago, while lamenting the difficulty in convincing
many Latinos and blacks to take the COVID vaccine, he committed a
series of racially charged blunders that barely registered in the
corporate media’s consciousness.

Biden white-splained that Latinos in America resist vaccinations
because “they’re worried that they’ll be vaccinated and deported.”

This statement makes the insane assumption that all Latinos present
in this country are illegal aliens subject to expulsion. It never
occurred to Biden that more than 60 million Latinos are actually
American citizens, according to recent census figures.

>>> More Evidence Emerges That the Media Is on Team Biden

While insulting such a sizable segment of our population, Biden
actually went further. He referred to this group of people as
“Latinx,” which is a term invented by woke academics who objected to
gender-specific words in the Spanish language.

Just 3% of Latinos use “Latinx” to describe themselves and less than
a quarter have even heard of the term, according to the Pew Research
Center. Many find it to be an offensive bastardization of the
Spanish language.

Here, Biden is almost certainly unaware of what he’s saying and has
simply repeated what a liberal on his staff has instructed him to
say. But there are plenty of examples where Biden should not receive
the benefit of the doubt.

In the same breath as his “Latinx” comment, Biden lectured about the
fears that blacks may have of the vaccine, attempting to point to
historically shameful episodes when they were subjected to inhumane
medical experiments.

“They are used to being experimented on—the Tuskegee Airmen and
others,” Biden said.

In this, he confused legendary World War II fighter pilots with a
long, notorious governmental study of syphilis among black men—the
Tuskegee Experiment.

It does not take much effort to imagine the media’s reaction if
Donald Trump had mangled so many racial issues in one press
conference.

Examples dating back to his campaign for president (and earlier)
abound.

On Charlamagne Tha God’s popular morning radio show in May 2020,
Biden infamously asserted to the largely black audience that if they
were unsure of whether to vote for him or Trump, then “you ain’t
black!”

Then in August 2020, Biden told a gathering of black and Hispanic
journalists that “unlike the African American community, with
notable exceptions, the Latino community is an incredibly diverse
community with incredibly different attitudes about different
things.”

Taken together, these statements clearly suggest that Biden believes
all black people think alike.

In the same interview, responding to a question on whether he had
taken a cognitive test, Biden angrily fired back with the suggestion
that the black reporter was a drug addict.

“That’s like saying you . . . before you got in this program, you’re
take [sic] a test whether you’re taking cocaine or not,” Biden said.
“What do you think? Huh? Are you a junkie?”

Put these words into Mitch McConnell’s mouth and try to envision how
long he’d be allowed to remain in the Senate, let alone in a
leadership position.

But Biden has been getting away with this for years.

In 2010, he warmly eulogized Sen. Robert Byrd, a former Exalted
Cyclops in the Ku Klux Klan, saying he was “one of my mentors” and
that “the Senate is a lesser place for his going.”

>>> Trump Park-Clearing Story Latest in Long Line of Media
Narratives to Fall Apart

In 2007, he referred to Barack Obama as “the first mainstream
African-American who is articulate and bright and clean.”

In 2006, he said, “You cannot go to a 7-Eleven or a Dunkin’ Donuts
unless you have a slight Indian accent.”

Way back in 1977, he said that forced busing to desegregate schools
would cause his children to “grow up in a racial jungle.”

Of course, he infamously worked with segregationist senators to
oppose that mandatory busing, which decades later led to the
strongest moment in Kamala Harris’s campaign for president, when she
blasted him as having personally impacted her as a young girl.

And over the course of his entire career, he had kind words to say
about staunchly segregationist senators.

Any one of these statements or episodes would have been enough to
sink the political career of any conservative in Washington, D.C.,
against whom tenuous accusations of racism are commonplace and occur
almost daily.

But Joe Biden, who has a lifetime of them, is now president of the
United States. On some days and in some ways, it must be good to be
on the left.

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