Far Left Twitter thinks Killer Mike is a traitor for trying to communicate with the governor of his state. Does that sound like 'progress'?
The Far Left is becoming unbearable. Seriously, how are you going to shame Killer Mike for advocating for his community?
They blame people like Susan Sarandon for not backing Joe Biden, but nothing is going to cost Democrats more votes than the obnoxious, unreasonable demands of this overly-idealistic bunch.
Progress is good. But there is such a thing as timing. If you progress too far, too fast, you’re going to find yourself alone in the middle of nowhere, screaming at the void.
Liberals are up in arms on Twitter today because Killer Mike met up with the Governor of Georgia, Brian Kemp.
It’s not clear if the Twitter Brigade is outraged that Killer Mike talked to a Republican, or if they’re jealous because he can carry on a real conversation with a real person while looking them in the eye.
But they were really on one today:
To be clear, Brian Kemp is not a great guy. But that doesn’t mean Killer Mike is ‘championing’ for the ‘man’ because he’s open to talking with him.
The consensus from the Far Left seems to be that Killer Mike is a terrible leader, and he does not respect the Black community and that he’s, well, dumb.
Just take a look at how ‘uneducated’ and ‘against the Black agenda’ he appears to be in this speech from last year:
What the Far Left never seems ready to accept is that the most progressive thing that could happen at this point is a conversation. We can continue to shame and crucify everyone who doesn’t fall in line, but for every person that converts, it probably radicalizes two others in the opposite direction.
That’s why trying to cancel people like Joe Rogan for having a dialogue with ‘the other side’ is so toxic. It’s like some people don’t want to find common ground.
People like Killer Mike are putting party biases behind them and trying to have a conversation with someone in power. Will it work? Who knows. But it’s worth a shot.
At some point, we’re going to have to communicate if we don’t want to devolve into some modern version of a civil war.
Apparently, some people would prefer it that way.
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Last modified: September 23, 2020 2:29 PM