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WaPo Columnists Claims Blacks Should Flee US Due to ‘Crazy’ Whites

'The ranks of ‘crazy’ White people appear to be growing---and the rest of us don’t know what to do about it....'

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USAWashington Post associated editor Jonathan Capehart published an op-ed Tuesday claiming that black people in America should fear “crazy” whites, and must flee this racist nation.

Citing a report from the far-left, propagandist Southern Poverty Law Center, Capehart claimed that hordes of supposedly “crazy” whites appear to be growing and was cause for a great deal of concern.

“Things felt so dicey during the Trump years, I half-joked that my husband and I might have to reenact that scene from ‘The Sound of Music’ and flee the country,” Capehart said, in reference to the fictitious Von Trapp family’s flight from Nazi Germany in the famous musical.

“Now, an alarming new report from the Southern Poverty Law Center shows that my ‘Operation von Trapp’ might need to go live,” he added. “The ranks of ‘crazy’ White people appear to be growing—and the rest of us don’t know what to do about it.”

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In support of his argument Capehart presented a set of wild statistics gathered after the recent shooting in Buffalo, NY.

Among them he claimed that “75 percent of African Americans worry they or a loved one will be physically attacked because they are Black.”

Furthermore, he wrote that “75 percent of African Americans say white supremacists are a ‘major threat’ to Black Americans.”

Of course, Capehart could not help but take a shot at the Second Amendment—which, in his view, does not allow the police to do their jobs as well.

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“Imagine I get a gun for self-protection (not that I ever would, but stay with me)” he began.

“A situation arises in which I use it to protect myself, he continued. “But then the cops arrive, see a gun, ‘fear for their lives,’ and, well, the rest writes itself.”

While Capehart’s call for blacks to flee the country en masse may have been more rhetorical flourish than anything, the race-baiting writer’s suggestion is rooted in reality.

During the 18th and 19th centuries, the American Colonization Society led the notorious “Back to Africa” movement, which repatriated an estimated 15,000 former slaves to what is now Liberia. However, many of them eventually perished.

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