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The other day we published this blog about a Milton meatpuff who caused a scene when she claimed that a sign in the library urging people to be kind was actually racist:
In a sane world lunatics like this would be dismissed, mocked, and ridiculed. But in 2018 white people will bend over backwards to prove that they’re one of the “good ones,” by apologizing to morons like this and thanking them for pointing out, “this real world example of how people of color are marginalized.”
And as it turns out this is not the first time she’s done this:
So let me get this straight. The Strand Theater, one of the more famous venues in New England, is also racist because they specifically make sure that the elevators don’t work when a person of color is performing that night. Ya got that? The theater sabotages its own shows, but only when the featured performers are not white. Yup, this is a woman whose thoughts on racial relations in the United States should be entertained and taken seriously.
Oh, and she’s also a grown woman who still hasn’t given up the dream and recently tried out to be on The Voice:
Because apparently, unlike America Idol, they have no age restrictions.
Anyway, people like this aren’t harmless. They would be harmless if we just ignored and laughed at them. But instead this overall mentality is taking over American society. We’re getting rid of mascots left and right because random people take offense to them. People are going around LOOKING for shit to be offended by, and then demanding that society change the way they’re doing business in order to cater to their precious feelings. It needs to end. If no one else has the balls to call these chiselers out that’s fine. But we won’t stop. Ever.