If you’re one of our readers who’s been around for more than a quarter century, ask yourself a quick question: where did you think American society would be in the year 2019 in say…the 1980s?
Just a few decades ago, movies and films typically depicted the 20-teens as some sort of golden age. Brainless chores were performed by robots, the idea of being poor was basically non-existent, and just about all of society’s antiquated problems had been streamlined out of our daily lives.
Fast-forward to the real 2019, and people are getting upset over shoes possibly being racist.
Let’s get one thing straight: singer Katy Perry is no friend to the right. In fact, the picture of her that we’re using in this article is from a 2016 performance she did for the DNC. Her political opinions are very clear: she will virtue signal for every leftist cause she can. But when intersectionality tops the leftist agenda, that isn’t enough to protect her from some of the most infuriating people who share her views.
That’s right: black shoes with childish eyes and lips are racist now. As President Trump said repeatedly during his State of the Union address, “they said it couldn’t be done” — but here we are.
Tim Pool has the full story on this manufactured outrage below.
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