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Joe Rogan Slams Race-Baiting Leftists for Calling Black Conservatives ‘White Supremacists’

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Joe Rogan is typically a wicked smart commentator on social issues, so he was obviously just lobbing rhetorical grenades when he expressed outraged dismay at the leftist reaction to an electoral wave that swept Republicans into state and local offices.

“What? what are you saying?” Rogan asked in response to the ludicrous narrative being pushed that condemns black Republicans as white supremacists. “What the f**k are you saying?”

“That lady that was the new Lieutenant Governor of Virginia, that’s a black woman who, she is sponsored by the NRA,” Rogan said. “They’re saying, her becoming the lieutenant governor is a victory for white supremacy.”

‘That lady’ would be Winsome Sears, a former U.S. Marine who was elected Virginia’s first black lieutenant governor, who campaigned on preserving the values of human life and dignity, equal opportunity, and protecting Second Amendment rights.

Her goals as Virginia’s new lieutenant governor, according to her campaign pitch, include “uplifting Black Virginians” in part by creating a “Black Virginians Advisory Cabinet,” making a “once-in-a-generation” investment in historically black colleges and universities, and creating “legacy wealth startup incubators in Black communities to promote Black Entrepreneurship.”

So, yes, her win was obviously a victory for white supremacy, at least according to desperate Democrats and their media allies who are trying deflect any attention from voters resoundingly rejecting failed leftist policies and gender-bending, socially-divisive and destructive woke philosophies.

One way to accomplish that goal is to ignore reality and create a fictional narrative by labeling any opponents as white supremacists and their messages as racist.

“Any time a black person says anything that doesn’t go with the democratic narrative, they said that person is carrying water for white supremacists,” Rogan said. “They’re out of their f**king minds.”

They’re not, of course; it’s a deliberative effort that’s being pushed across the board by leftists who know they are playing a losing hand and looking to blame anything or anyone, except themselves, for their losses.

“The problem is here they want white supremacy by ventriloquist effect,” race huckster Michael Eric Dyson opined on MSNBC’s Reid Out, irrationally explaining Sears win in Virginia.

“There is a black mouth moving but a white idea … running on the runway of the tongue of a figure who justifies and legitimates the white supremacist practices,” Dyson said. “So to have a black face speaking in behalf of a white supremacist legacy is nothing new.”

Neither is leftists pushing false narratives, as demonstrated by Joy Reid insisting that the phrase “education” is “code for ‘white parents don’t like the idea about teaching about race.’”

The gaslighting was so widespread, it’s easy to see why Rogan was rightly outraged.

MSNBC columnist Hayes Brown berated Virginia Gov.-elect Glenn Youngkin, insisting the only reason the popular Republican won was by “diluting bigotry to a level that’s more palatable to fearful white voters.”

Brown’s leftist colleague Ja’han Jones, meanwhile, managed to write an entire column praising candidates for making history as the first of their race or ethnicity to win office. The problem: Jones only highlighted Democrats, while completely ignoring any Republicans who did the same.

That would include Sears, who became Virginia’s first woman and first black woman lieutenant governor, and Jason Miyares, who became Virginia’s first Latino attorney general and the first Hispanic elected statewide.

White supremacists and racists, one and all, according to the Left.

No wonder Rogan was left screaming WTF?

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