With each passing day, Americans are increasingly sick of the arrogance of progressives who sneer that anyone who disagrees with them is a racist, a xenophobe, a homophobe, or a science denier.
Just as we have predicted, “peak woke” has arrived.
Maybe this explains why The New York Times – where the term and the movement practically originated – has run a series of articles and opinion pieces (see a sample below) ironically arguing that it’s those on the right – not the left – who are “obsessed with wokeness.”
Uh-huh. We find this to be amusing since most conservatives had never even heard the term a year or two ago. But who are the ones who are rewriting Dr. Seuss and Agatha Christie; who are the ones banning mascots, tearing down statues of our Founding Fathers, shouting down speakers on college campuses, burning crosses, and shutting down the free speech rights of anyone who dares injure their snowflake sensibilities?
In short: the Times is accusing their political adversaries of exactly what they are guilty of – intolerance and adolescent narrow-mindedness. This is the very definition of projection.