Actually, this is a sort of “You got your chocolate in my peanut butter” situation: We’ve seen how Democrats and some in the media have made “conservative” and “white supremacist” interchangeable, but after the storming of the Capitol Building last Wednesday, they’re not only laying the blanket term “seditionists” on all Trump supporters and several congressmen — they’re also claiming that the rioting was the ultimate in white privilege:

Christopher F. Rufo, who’s done great work in exposing the creep of critical race theory into academia, business, and government, notes that the media is now throwing around words like “domestic terrorists” as blanket terms — we’ve seen tweets claiming that if you don’t repudiate any support you ever had for Trump, that makes you complicit with the seditionists like Sens. Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley.

He brought charts!

Check out the huge spike in the use of the word “whiteness” in the New York Times and the Washington Post, which also has seen a steep climb in the terms “white privilege,” “white supremacy,” and “racial hierarchies.”

Yep. And notice how many times Rufo has to condemn the storming of the Capitol, even though he took no part in it. Also, notice how no one in the media has had to give back their Pulitzer for reporting on how Trump stole the 2016 election by colluding with the Russians. What was that?