Saturday, March 2, 2024

Ga. Ad Exposes Anti-Whiteism and Leftist Media Goes Frenzy

‘Political appeals to White insecurity are now explicit...’

(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Conservatives released the ad in Georgia that highlights one of the big but unspoken problems in this country — racism against white people — and the leftists are going crazy because of that, according to various sources.

Isaac Hayes III, the founder and CEO of the Fanbase app, posted a video that shows the ad.

“When did racism against white people become OK? Joe Biden put white people last in line for COVID relief funds. Kamala Harris said disaster aid should go to non-white citizens first. Liberal politicians block access to medicine based on skin color,” the ad said.

“Progressive corporations, airlines and universities all openly discriminate against white Americans. Racism is always wrong. The left’s anti-white bigotry must stop. We are all entitled to equal treatment under the law.”

Hayes III left his comment next to the video of the ad that he posted.

“This is a REAL commercial running in Georgia. Racist co-opting racism. That’s a new one. Make sure you get out and VOTE Ga!” he wrote.

The leftist media immediately started writing their articles about how horrible the ad is.

In its article, Politico wrote that Stephen Miller, a person who founded America First Legal, the company that created the ad, is a white supremacist, citing the New York Times article. Politico also included a fact check from the Associated Press [AP].

In 2020, after the death of George Floyd, AP decided to capitalize the word “black” but not the word “white,” citing the New York Times that said that “White doesn’t represent a shared culture and history in the way Black does.”

FactCheck.org, one of the leftist fact-checkers, released the whole article in which they tried to debunk the ad.

Despite the biased articles themselves, at least FactCheck.org and Politico managed to write unbiased headlines. Unfortunately, they were the only ones who managed to do that.

Daily Kos published the article called “Racist Stephen Miller called out for his pathetic ‘anti-white bigotry’ ad,” in which the author included completely “unbiased” sources like NAACP president Derrick Johnson.

The Times who, as previously mentioned, wrote the article about Miller’s “white supremacy” and made some racist comments against white people, also published an article, in which they called his ad “inflammatory.”

In their headline, Vanity Fair wrote that Miller is running a “white-grievance ad campaign.”

The Washington Post went even further. Jeff Bezos’s propaganda published not one but two articles about the ad. The first one is called “Political appeals to White insecurity are now explicit” and the second one is called “Stephen Miller’s disingenuous ad charging ‘anti-White’ racism.”

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