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RACE BAITING ON STEROIDS: MSNBC ANAL-YST SAYS THE WORD CHARGING IS ‘DOG WHISTLE’ RACISM…….

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One of the chief witnesses to the scene of the incident, from what I hear is an American hailing from the Black community, stated that the perp charged the officer. How anyone can conclude that the word ”charging” is somehow racist, is beyond me. But lets be frank here, this is about controlling the narrative to the story, everything said or done to describe the perp, is by default, racist and or bigoted.

What people need to keep reminding themselves, is that this is all about radical Marxists/Leftists of every stripe, trying to impose their brand of nihilism on the rest of society. This is, The Narrative,

MSNBC: The Word “Charging” is Racist

Stand by for another urgent bulletin from the Ministry of Truth and Social Justice. Another word must be stricken from Newspeak.

MSNBC legal analyst Lisa Bloom objected to the characterization of Michael Brown’s actions as “charging” Officer Wilson, because it’s racist.

“This issue about charging,” Bloom said, “which I find to be a racially tinged offensive word in and of itself, but I would have asked him, what exactly does that mean?”

I have a few IQ points too many to be a legal analyst at MSNBC but I can hazard a guess as to what the meaning of this abstruse word might be.

First “thug” was deemed racist. Now “charging”. I can’t wait to see what new words our progressive masters will deem politically incorrect.

But now that we’ve identified “charging” as a racist term, we’ve moved one step closer to a better and more just society. Now we just need to form Twitter members to shame and bully anyone who ever talks about “charging” on social media. If we can get someone fired, that’s double the progressive points.

The only trouble is making it seem like we always knew that “charging” was racist. We have to show that we didn’t just evolve, like on gay marriage and the Redskins, but that we were always aware of the ugly racial history of the word “Charging” back to the era of slavery and segregation.

More here. h/t: Jamie Glazov

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