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Sep 13 2021

Moonbats Oppose 9/11 Remembrances

At least we don’t have to worry about a Democrat president being an embarrassment on the 30th anniversary commemoration of 9/11. If we have not driven Democrats out of power by then, the date will be repurposed as Anti-Islamophobia Day.

Moonbattery has eaten away at the patriotism that once united us. For example, a 9/11 tribute was canceled for being “insensitive”:

Students at a Washington state high school wanted to mark the 20th year since the Sept. 11 attacks by wearing red, white and blue at a patriotic-themed game but were refused because the event could “unintentionally cause offense to some who see it differently,” according to a report.

Jason Rantz, a host on KTTH 770/94.5FM, reported that the event was canceled by an unnamed staffer at Eastlake High School in Sammamish “at the last minute.” A student told the show that he was informed that the “red, white and blue was going to be seen as racially insensitive and may affect people in a way that we will not understand and for that reason that we were to change our theme.”

As students transition from high school to college, the moonbattery gets deeper still, having been piled high by leftists like nutty professor Jenn Jackson. She took to Twitter to complain about 9/11 remembrances:

“It’s twenty years since 9/11 and I’m still really disturbed by how many white pundits and correspondents talk about it,” Jackson began.

From there, she went downhill, proclaiming that the terror atrocities were…

“…an attack on the heteropatriarchal capitalistic systems that America relies upon to wrangle other countries into passivity. It was an attack on the systems many white Americans fight to protect.”

If white people like it, you know it’s really bad. To suggest otherwise would be racist.

That a college professor believes radical Islamists are motivated by hostility to heterosexuality and patriarchy indicates the effect Affirmative Action has had on higher education.

Jackson’s website biography reads, “Jenn M. Jackson (they/them) is a queer genderflux androgynous Black woman, an abolitionist, a lover of all Black people, and an Assistant Professor at Syracuse University in the Department of Political Science.”

When her tweets resulted in pushback unlike anything she had ever heard in the faculty lounge, Jackson locked her Twitter account. But you can still see her appalling tweets here.

On tips from Chris Neilson and Bluto.


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