Because in the era of Biden, diversity of thought will not be tolerated. Or something.
The column, written by Jenn M. Jackson, laments that all too often white people are willing to allow their relatives to speak their “generally ugly ideas” at the dinner table over the holidays – be it Thanksgiving, Christmas, or the New Years.
“Often, during the holidays, the dinner table feels so safe that many family members are comfortable uttering their most racist, transphobic, queer antagonistic, misogynistic, and generally ugly ideas over their turkey and cranberry sauce,” Jackson writes.
A safe environment in which to exchange thoughts and ideas is intimidating to some people, it would seem.
“Some white people who see themselves as nonracist will just play nice instead of clapping back directly at these problematic family members,” she continues. “This year, consider doing something different.”
— Teen Vogue (@TeenVogue) November 26, 2020
Teen Vogue’s Advice On Addressing Racism at the Dinner Table Will Make For Some Uncomfortable Family Moments
Following Teen Vogue’s advice would make for some uncomfortable dinner tables during the holiday season.
If we’re to follow the magazine’s wisdom, some white person at the Obama dinner table will certainly have to ‘clap back’ at the former president.
Barack Obama, after all, has recently been dubbed a serious “effing bigot” after comments in which he suggested Hispanics who voted for Trump had to be homophobic.
Obama on @breakfastclubam: “… There’s a lot of evangelical Hispanics who, the fact that Trump says racist things about Mexicans, or puts undocumented workers in cages, they think that’s less important than the fact that he supports their views on gay marriage or abortion.” pic.twitter.com/8OpocwYrLV
— The Recount (@therecount) November 25, 2020
“People were surprised about a lot of Hispanic folks who voted for Trump,” Obama said in an interview with Charlamagne Tha God on The Breakfast Club.
“But there are a lot of evangelical Hispanics who, you know — the fact that Trump says racist things about Mexicans or puts detainees, you know, undocumented workers in cages, they think that’s less important than the fact that you know he supports their views on, you know, gay marriage or abortion.”
Perhaps somebody at Barack’s dinner table should let him know he ran his campaign expressly on the platform of opposition to gay marriage.
And he shouldn’t be allowed to sit comfortably at a dinner table without being called out on such, as per Teen Vogue.
Trump was, unlike Obama, the first president elected who embraced gay marriage. Obama’s bigoted revisionism about Hispanics in 2020 is utter bullshit, totally baseless. Will anyone in corporate Democrat media acknowledge it?
— Ben Domenech (@bdomenech) November 25, 2020
Teen Vogue’s History of Ridiculous ‘Wokeness’
“By ‘abolish the police,’ I mean building a world where we do not rely on anti-Black, white supremacist institutions of order to regulate society,” she recently told Vox.
In another Teen Vogue column, where it seems only an audience of that maturity level would buy into her nonsense, Jackson accuses the President of “killing people,” and claims the ramifications of COVID are actually an example of “white supremacy.”
Today, we’re announcing a very special issue of Teen Vogue, guest-edited by @HillaryClinton — the first-ever female Presidential candidate nominated by a major party, a woman who sits at the center of a historic paradigm shift. pic.twitter.com/uC1f5asL4w
— Teen Vogue (@TeenVogue) November 8, 2017
We understand what Jackson is. An individual so far removed from reality that she becomes a race-baiting caricature of what a leftist thinks they need to be in the era of Trump.
So woke, they’re intellectually asleep.
Teen Vogue meanwhile, constantly pushes out expressly Marxist garbage like this.
In recent times, kids who subscribe to this magazine or peruse their website have been subjected to the following inanity:
- A column that argues sleep is for privileged white people and calls for “rest reparations.”
- A column that praises Antifa, claiming that the domestic terrorist group “aspires to create a better world.”
- A column that instructs teenagers on how to obtain abortions, including how to navigate parental consent.
Imagine how fun these types of people – the woke, Teen Vogue-reading liberal Biden supporters – are going to be at the dinner table over the holidays.
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