Gregory Hood, American Renaissance, April 5, 2020
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft used the team’s plane to fly 1.2 million protective masks to the Bay State, which will probably save lives. The Atlantic’s Jemele Hill still found something to criticize.
Andrew Yang sparked Twitter outrage by writing a thoughtful article for The Washington Post. He said the best way to prevent anti-Asian prejudice was for Asian-Americans to “embrace and show our American-ness in ways we have never before.” This includes wearing “red white and blue” and doing “everything in our power to accelerate the end of this crisis.” How can you disagree with him we’re all in this together?
This got 2,000 likes:
Author and NPR host Kat Chow schools Mr. Yang, too:
Your tax dollars help pay her salary.
Some other lowlights on Twitter:
Here’s a novel critique of whites.
I guess we don’t default on our mortgages because we know how to fight ghosts.
You always wanted to say, “Fuck all white people”? Here’s why it’s OK.
It looks like Mexicans agree with Donald Trump about the virus.
Or is that a pirate-virus piñata?
We wonder about that a lot, too.
But it’s nice to know they have such faith in us:
Here’s someone doing his part for social distancing.
Twitter do ya thing pic.twitter.com/nNUFydY2p0
— 🇧🇧 (@rahm3sh) April 2, 2020
In Britain, black people love to talk down to us, just as they do here.
The virus is prompting deep reflection in some circles:
Are blacks done voting Democrat?
The Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus knows how to fight the virus:
Finally, congratulations to our old friend, Saira Rao on her “cool personal news.”
We support her attacks on the worst kind of white people.