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January 16, 2019



DAILYKENN.com -- 'White privilege' is a cultural Marxist  contrivance that serves to demonize white people as bourgeoisie. It is normally used effectively as a placement term for "racist" with the added caveat that it applies to all white people. 


However, when CNN legal analyst Areva Martin used the disgusting slur to debase talk show presenter David Webb, she was fully unaware that shameful consequences awaiting. Unbeknownst to Martin, David Webb is not white. Even if white privilege existed (it doesn't), it could not apply to Webb. 

There was, however, a positive outcome: Martin unintentionally provided massive media attention for Webb.  

Sadly, Webb broke the news. How amusing it would have been had Webb continued the conversation having never informed his accuser that her racist slur was misappropriated. 



From  foxnews.com ▼

Fox Nation host David Webb slammed CNN legal analyst Areva Martin for defaulting to a “false-narrative” attack when she accused him of benefiting from white privilege before learning he was black.

“There is no such thing as white privilege,” Webb said Wednesday morning on “Fox & Friends.”

Webb said Martin should be embarrassed for using an “easy, false narrative” when trying to make a point. Fox Nation’s “Reality Check” host accused Martin of assuming he was white simply because of his thoughts on issues such as due process.

The uncomfortable moment occurred Tuesday during a Sirius XM radio discussion about experience being more important than race when determining whether or not someone is qualified for a particular job.

“I’ve chosen to cross different parts of the media world, done the work so that I’m qualified to be in each one. I never considered my color the issue, I considered my qualifications the issue,” Webb said.

“That’s a whole, another long conversation about white privilege, the things that you have the privilege of doing, that people of color don’t have the privilege of,” said Martin.


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