In Joe Biden’s America, you are considered a white supremacist if you don’t support radical leftist viewpoints and ideologies.
Also, if you are black in America and don’t support those same ideologies, you are still a white supremacist.
Joe Biden and his followers keep claiming as much anyways.
In the lastest racist attack from a deranged leftist, former a MSNBC host Touré Neblett called Condoleezza Rice a “soldier for white supremacy.”
Why, you may ask?
Simply because Rice disagreed with the left’s mainstream view on Critical Race Theory.
Appearing on “the View,” Rice said that she didn’t believe that CRT should be taught in schools.
The backlash was instant from the radical left…
The Blaze has more details on Neblett's racist attack on Condoleezza Rice:
What are the details?
In a fiery editorial on the Grio, Neblett accused Rice of being a "foot soldier for white supremacy."
Neblett wrote, "Condoleezza Rice's recent appearance on The View was offensive and disgusting for many reasons but she was who we thought she was: a soldier for white supremacy. Her thoughts on Critical Race Theory are completely white centric, as in, they revolve around the thoughts and needs of white people."
Here are Condoleezza's comments about CRT from the View
Daily Mail with more from the ex-MSNBC host's racist rant:
Toure Neblett, who co-hosted MSNBC's daytime show The Cycle from 2012 until its cancelation in 2015, wrote in an op-ed for The Grio on Friday: 'Condoleezza Rice's recent appearance on The View was offensive and disgusting for many reasons, but she was who we thought she was: a soldier for white supremacy.
'Her thoughts on critical race theory are completely white-centric, as in, they revolve around the thoughts and needs of white people.'
Rice served as secretary of state in President George W Bush's administration between 2001 and 2009, and was the highest-ranking black woman to hold office in the US government until Kamala Harris was elected vice president.
According to critical race theory, racism is a social construct that has been embedded in American legal systems and policies.
It has sparked a fierce nationwide debate in the wake of the Black Lives Matter protests around the country over the last year, with opponents claiming it promotes racism by categorizing people into 'oppressors' and the 'oppressed,' and supporters arguing that it is vital to eliminate racism.
In his argument, Neblett continued: 'White children and adults should absolutely feel bad about the past atrocities committed by white Americans.
'They should feel guilty. They should cringe at what their ancestors did. They should also understand that modern white power is directly related to those atrocities.'