I took off my headset and looked at her carefully as she continued. "All Dr. King tried to do was further civil rights ii this country, and he did it all non-violently. He worked to ed segregation and to fight white supremacy, often going head to head with racist governors, judges, and cops. And he did it all in such a manner that no one could accuse him, or the movement, as violent."
She continued. "These protesters today have st his movement back 50 years."
I pondered that for a minute, and she turned back to her tablet.
This morning, I see at PJ Media that Dennis Prager agrees with her.
According to the make-believe world of the left, we are experiencing a great moment in American racial history. For the first time, the story goes, more whites than ever are coming to realize how racist America is, how racist cops are and how systemically racist everything in America is. Only now do many Americans understand just how racist Uncle Ben, Aunt Jemima, Ulysses Grant, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, “whitening” agents, meritocracy, Western culture, Christianity, jailing Blacks and the NFL are. The bestselling book in America is about alleged “white fragility” — the term for any rational response to the irrational charge that all whites are racist.
All this is supposed to be good for America’s Blacks.
But none of it is. In fact, it is all destructive.The pendulum swings in both directions. It swung one way for Bama and another way for Trump. We're seeing it swing right now, and while many Americans feel that it may be swinging a little too far to the left, we should remember that it can swing back, It always does.