I Am a Racist*

By John Cylc

January 14, 2022

President Joe Biden gave a fiery speech in Georgia on January 11th, 2021. He declared that those who oppose the Freedom to Vote Act must support Jim Crow laws, George Wallace, and Jefferson Davis. I neither support any of those people, nor the Right to Vote Act. I support our Constitution. I support conservatism, especially when it comes to limiting government powers, size, and spending. I consider myself a patriot. In the minds of leftists like Biden, that alone makes me a racist. Maybe he is right, and I just never understood what that word means?

If opposing the Federal Government taking over the Constitutionally defined right of states to conduct elections is racist, then I am a racist.

If calling for laws establishing that ONLY United States citizens can vote in elections, even local elections, is racist, then I am a racist.

If wanting to eliminate voter fraud by requiring citizens to show any government identification is racist, then I am a racist.

If disagreeing with the use of unverifiable mail-in ballots (not absentee ballots), unsecure ballot drop boxes and ballot harvesting is racist, then I am a racist.

If believing that our country’s borders should be controlled and that emigration in the U.S. is not a right is racist, then I am a racist.

If advocating that the Federal Government perform its’ Constitutionally mandated responsibilities to apprehend and deport non-citizens who are illegally within our borders is racist, then I am a racist.

If supporting the law-abiding men and women who volunteer to patrol and protect our streets, highways and borders is racist, then I am a racist.

If admiring the patriots who founded this country, while suffering and fighting our oppressors who were the most powerful military at that time, is racist, then I am a racist.

If criticizing the tearing down of monuments to eminent individuals in our country’s history is racist, then I am a racist.

If condemning lawlessness, looting, and riots is racist, then I am a racist.

If not being in favor of restrictive gun laws that violate our Constitution is racist, then I am a racist.

If expecting people to be physically, emotionally, and monetarily responsible for themselves and any number of children that they have fathered or mothered is racist, then I am a racist.

If believing no one should be favored because of skin color against another because of theirs, regardless of our regretful distant past, is racist, then I am a racist.

If supporting Donald Trump, a businessman who put his life on hold and gave up his cushy billionaire life to face scorn, mockery and lies from the Democrats and biased media, to try to Make America Great Again, is racist, then I am a racist.

I guess ol’ Brandon (Sleepy Joe) finally got something right, but I think Webster’s will need to rework the word “racist” in their dictionary, because it was historically defined as “a person who believes that one particular race is superior to others.” Now apparently the word “racist” defines anyone who does not believe in the progressive/leftist agenda. If that is the case, I am undoubtedly, 100%, indisputably, proudly a racist…just *one who does not care about skin color.

One comment

  1. It was said in the past that one way for socialist and communist to take over is by redefining words. Well they in high gear attempting to do so. Dennis Sullivan

    Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s