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Jan 11 2019

Profiles in Moonbattery: Tim Walz

The administration of Minnesota’s new governor Tim Walz is not off to a good start — unless you like moonbattery. His first official act was to officially certify his allegiance to Cultural Marxism:

Walz signed an executive order creating the “One Minnesota Council on Diversity, Inclusion and Equity” on Wednesday at the Capitol.

Walz himself will lead the council, rather than constructively attending to his responsibilities as governor.

“Disparities in Minnesota, including those based on race, geography (and) economic status keep our entire state from reaching its full potential,” Walz said.

Looks like geography has been added to the list of factors that enable the “oppressed” to demand special treatment at the expense of the nonoppressed. However, that was just a sop to rural voters, who invariably get screwed by leftists like Walz.

The Dayton administration put a priority on growing the state’s hiring of people of color and those with disabilities and contracting with firms owned by women and minorities.

Tough luck for nondisabled white men other than the governor. If citizens were treated equally, that would constitute discrimination, according to moonbat ideology.

Walz announced that…

…the council would influence all the work of his administration, including how policy is drafted and how spending plans are prioritized.

However, hated white males will not face discrimination when it comes to the privilege of getting taxed to pay for these spending plans.

Liberals crow that Minnesota is becoming more diverse. The black population is exploding, with an estimated 31% jump from 2010 to 2017. No doubt the Somali colony that has been established in Minneapolis, displacing the local population, is a major factor.

Under Walz, Minnesotans can look forward to more of the favoritism that led to the hiring of Somali refugee police officer Mohamed Noor, who shot to death the nondiverse Justine Damond for no particular reason.

On a tip from Becky in Washington.

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