What is the brand of the Democratic Party?
How is the Democratic Party perceived outside the Acela Corridor Twitter Bubble?
“CASSIE HAYNES STARTED the morning of June 2, 2020, as she does most mornings, with a copy of her hometown newspaper, The Philadelphia Inquirer. What she read that day horrified and enraged her.
For weeks, Black people in Philadelphia and across the country had protested amid dual pandemics. They had been traumatized and enraged by cell phone video showing a Black man, George Floyd, begging for his life as his windpipe was crushed beneath the knee of Derek Chauvin, a white police officer in Minneapolis. And the millions who poured into the streets did so despite a global public health crisis that was disproportionately ravaging Black communities.
That Tuesday morning, The Inquirer published on Page A12 a column by the newspaper’s Pulitzer-Prize winning architecture critic beneath the three-word headline: “Buildings Matter, Too.” …”
As I said yesterday, our entire culture seems to revolve around the axis of the woke professional class and its toxic relationship with blacks. The neverending psychodrama dominates the Democratic Party. Black narcissism and White self abasement inside the party feed off each other and have spiraled out of control. It is also racist to notice and mock this dynamic.
Note: Everything is racist.