One of the best parts of the last four years, politically speaking, is that instead of hiding their ideology by trying to sound like conservatives (even though pursuing socialist policies), the Democrat Party has finally come into their own and is starting to unabashedly tell us who they really are.
One of the great articulations is the idea that Democrats specialize in taking something that happens to one person and blowing it out of proportion as representing all people.
Take George Floyd. Statistically, black males have about a 1 in 10,000,000 chance of being killed by a police officer, but through the Democrat lens, the exceptional events surrounding George Floyd must be representative of the average daily life of every black male in America.
It makes me wonder if Democrats who watch Ferris Bueller’s Day Off believe that represents the average day of every white, suburban, high school, teenage boy.
While I write this in jest, I wouldn’t be surprised if a quick online search revealed a serious article on how privileged Ferris Bueller was, and how a black teenage boy could never find himself singing “Twist and Shout” on a float in downtown Chicago.
Not without being shot and killed by another black male in a drive-by shooting, anyway. (Especially in Chicago…)
Then again, I probably couldn’t find that article, because it may imply that black lives really do matter. And as has been illustrated, the only black lives that matter are those of black men and women who involve themselves in circumstances that require a phone call that brings the police.
The black lives of those snuffed out by other black lives? Ah, not so much.
But I digress…