DAILYKENN.com -- Cartoonist Joel Pett has a long history of bashing sane Republicans, invariably evoking racism in lieu of valid arguments. This time Pett may have leapt over the line. Pett has visually portrayed black Republican, Daniel Cameron, of being a Ku Klux Klan pawn.
This is what the @HeraldLeader —a “tolerant,” left-leaning newspaper—thinks about black folks who dare to be Republican. You’re a racist following the KKK unless you hate @realDonaldTrump. Let’s make history on November 5th and show we don’t take orders from the elites anymore. pic.twitter.com/gjnCT4eOsg— Daniel Cameron (@DanielCameronAG) October 27, 2019
Cameron is poised to become Kentucky's Attorney General in that state's Nov. 5 election. He was endorsed by Donald Trump. In the minds of swamp rats, that alone qualifies one as a white supremacist.
The cartoon portrays Cameron clinging to the tail of Trump's Klan robe.
And so it goes. The far-left transitions virtually everything to accusations of racism. And who can blame them? Unable to construct valid arguments, the far left must apply diversion.
It's a two-step process:
First, white racism is established as the ultimate evil — surpassing murder, rape, and even child molestation.
Second, the 'white racist' label is attached to individuals and ideologies the far-left hates; even if the target is a black man and the cartoonist is white. Somehow the far-left is so delusional it fails to recognize that they, themselves, are the true white racists.
If far-left swamp rats are wrong about a black man being a white racist, maybe they are wrong in accusing Donald Trump of being a white racist. And maybe they are wrong in accusing the Ku Klux Klan of being a white racist institution.
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