Ebony Magazine Editor Claims Black People Can’t Commit Hate Crimes Against Whites

Are there any people more racist than those who believe themselves to be incapable of being racist? Part of the left’s war on reality (in addition to redefining gender until the point where nobody has nay idea which direction is up and down anymore) has been in redefining the definition of racism.

Only white people are capable of being racist to them, because racism is equal to “prejudice plus power,” and apparently only white people are capable of holding power in our society. A black person could never do anything like become President in this country!

Oh wait.

It’s a ridiculous definition of racism. Even if we were to accept that blacks were an oppressed class, how would them going up to a white person, pointing a gun at them, declaring their hatred of white people, then pulling the trigger not be racist? A weapon levels the field pretty quickly when it comes to “power” – even if it’s not institutional power.

It’s a definition (and apparently the only math equation liberals are capable of computing)

And the latest to repeat such an absurd claim? On fake-news CNN of course. As Downtrend reported:

Appearing on “CNN Newsroom” with guest host Ana Cabrera, Ebony Magazine Editor Jamilah Lemieux responded to Cabrera stating that Obama finally admitted that the attack by a black man on white police officers, that resulted in the murders of 5 Dallas Police officers, should be charged with a “hate crime.” This was Lemieux’s response:

When we use a phrase like ‘hate crime,’ we’re typically referring to crimes against people of color, people of various religious groups, LGBT people, people who have been historically attacked, abused or disenfranchised on the basis of their identity. To now extend that to the majority group and a group of people that have a history with African-Americans that has been abusive, and we can apply that to either police officers or to Caucasians, I think gets into very tricky territory. So I’d be curious to know if he singled them out by race or intended to single them out by race or because they were police officers.

She then added “I have to say, I would not describe hate crime as the most comfortable word choice, considering these circumstances. There’s so much that we do not know about what took place, what motivated this person. We only have the one account of law enforcement. We haven’t had the opportunity to really look into his history in a meaningful way.” Days prior, CNN contributor Symonne Sanders (the chick who doesn’t want a white person heading the DNC) said she didn’t know if the hate crime committed against a disabled white kid which was live-streamed on Facebook was a hate crime or not.

It’s logic worth of mockery – as if perfectly done so in the video below:

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