Quote of the day—Candace Owens @RealCandaceO

The Democrats don’t want black Americans to improve in the same way that drug dealers do not want their addicts to get clean.

Victimhood has been administered into the veins of black Americans by Left-wing politicians, hellbent on creating government junkies.

Candace Owens @RealCandaceO
Tweeted on June 29, 2019
[I have nothing to add.—Joe]

5 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Candace Owens @RealCandaceO

  1. She’ll likely turn out to be either compromised or a grifter eventually*, but in the meantime she does say some pretty good things, and reaches an audience with a message that a white guy like me can’t.

    *A theme that’s been pointed out, and now repeatedly observed by me, is that nearly none of the official “right-wing” or “conservative” organizations or people that the media acknowledge or invite to their news shows are actually very conservative. They are just less left-wing than the Dems – which isn’t saying much. They exist largely as a false front, paid for by the left, whose main purpose is to marginalise and denigrate as ‘beyond the pale” all the actual conservative voices, in order to control the Overton Window on political issues. They say some good things, which are then most often followed with a “but…” Virtually none of the actual thought leaders of the conservative / nationalist right are even acknowledged (beyond to be dismissed), and they are actively de-platformed by the “mainstream” and high-tech left via demonitization on youtube, twitter and FB bans, etc. Any “conservative voices” who are not catching hell or obviously walking on eggshells to avoid deplatforming on popular media platforms should likely be eyed with suspicion.

    And yes, that makes finding reliable sources of news and philosophical thought difficult.

    • And how often is that “but” preceded by some words to the effect of, “I believe in the Second Amendment, but. . .” or “I believe in the First Amendment, but . . .” or the Fourth Amendment or Fifth Amendment.
      When that happens, everything before “but” is a lie.

  2. And I originally wanted to say that I have only heard of one (1) single time a drug dealer staged an intervention on one of his customers. That was related on the radio by Mike Lindell, the inventor of “My Pillow.” As he said, all his fellow druggies wanted to see the pillow become a reality.

    That being said, one exception does not always invalidate a rule. Candace Owens is correct. sellers generally don’t want their customers to stop buying.

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