White House BACKTRACKS After Being Called Out On Critical Race Document For Schools
The democrats are starting to get scared of wokeness. We saw the victory of Eric Adams in New York City, they're worried they're going to lose the midterms because get woke go broke.
It's funny you bring up Eric Adams because, in New York City, there were a couple of really woke candidates, you'dd think the Black Americans and Hispanic Americans would vote for the woke candidate. They didn't, they voted for the candidate who promised
more, not less, police. He said, "I'm going to make crime my number one issue."
They voted for the candidate that represented the least excesses of wokeness.
I'm not surprised, we saw what happened in South Texas or what happened in Miami. Of course, that was Hispanic individuals with experience with communism and marxism. We had Ricardo and Jose Lamazon, and Jose actually was in the anti-Fidel Castro underground in Cuba. He said some scary stuff, that if BLM gets real power, they're going to kill people, that these people are marxist, they're enemies from within, they're scary. And I'm like, man, this is a guy who had to flee Cuba because of what happened, now that is freaky. The difference between Cuba and the United States however, is that we got several hundred million people here, so, these are a lot of people that i don't think would allow wokism to become too pervasive.
Now, let's be fair, it's pervasive. It's in institutions, it's in video games, but i think people are starting to recoil from this, that's why the administration had to backtrack. They're getting worried. I'm hoping they realize they are poisoning their party with this stuff, I hope they're realizing they will lose elections unless they get away from this. But they're never getting my vote back anyway, they've crossed the Rubicon, they went nuts, like hardcore insane, and now they want to come back?
Yeah, nice try dude, I'm not gonna play that game with these people.