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Candace Owens On the Power of the “Black Card”

In the imperfect society that we’ve been dealt, there are still both privileges and disadvantages assigned to every race. While these privileges and disadvantages may not exist at the institutional level like most on the left will proclaim without offering any evidence, they are still woven into the ever-changing fabric of our culture.

There’s no denying that black individuals in America must still contend with racism at times. While this racism may take place at the personal level and not the institutional level, it is deplorable nonetheless. However, there is also a privilege to being black in America that few are brave enough to discuss.

Candace Owens, however, is plenty brave enough to discuss it, and she calls it the “black card.”

In an effort to right the wrongs of their ancestors, a growing number of white people across America are quick to shudder and cower at any insinuation of racism. Playing the “black card”, according to Candance Owens, is when a person with black skin uses this deep, powerful fear of being seen as racist as leverage to get what they want. Protestors are able to burn down cities without being prosecuted or even criticized, “civil rights leaders” are able to shake down corporations for supposed injustices, and – at the more common, local level – individuals are sometimes able to receive promotions and awards they did not fully earn by merely hinting that it would be racist not to give it to them.

In the end, the “black card” is a terrible injustice to both black and non-black people alike, and another instance of our timeless inability to judge a person by their character rather than the color of their skin.

To hear Candace Owens discuss the “black card” and it’s power in today’s society, be sure to check out the video below.

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