We’d kind of thought the “white supremacy” bogeyman that was tied to the Trump administration was losing steam now that Donald Trump is out of office. Racial equity coach Joe Truss, however, reminds us that white supremacy is everywhere, in everything, always.
White supremacy don’t take no days off. Might look like white fragility or white rage. Might look like the police. Might look like the SAT. Might look like TV shows. White supremacy don’t call in sick. White supremacy come to work every damn day.
So we fight every day.
— Joe Truss (@trussleadership) April 14, 2021
The clean and articulate Kmele ups the ante:
The Alpha. The Omega. Indefinite and omnipresent. Fixed and formless. All-consuming.
The invincible poltergeist.
The sweetest taboo? https://t.co/uXWq4phRyu
— Kmele (@kmele) April 15, 2021
One person looked into just what Truss’s racial equity coaching looks like:
— rclemente (@rclemen29857185) April 15, 2021
Wow, for the bargain price of $1,000, you get a full week of the Dismantling White Supremacy Culture in Schools Conference, with breakout sessions including “Decolonizing Education,” “Using Ethnic Studies to Transform Your Curriculum,” and “Centering Counter-Narratives for Healing and Resistance.”
Back in my day this was called paranoid schizophrenia.
— Admiral Kunkka (@SacredDriver) April 15, 2021
— Kmele (@kmele) April 15, 2021
— Zaid Jilani (@ZaidJilani) April 15, 2021
Reality is impossible to parody at the moment pic.twitter.com/ZFXFWtyejp
— Melissa Chen (@MsMelChen) April 15, 2021
I still have no idea how standardized testing got thrown into the current mix
— Jen Monroe ?? ? ? (@jenniferm_q) April 15, 2021
Because they don't like the results. pic.twitter.com/Hr5ZXfvNeA
— EnoRiverBend (@enoriverbend) April 15, 2021
Joe Truss is fighting #WhiteSupremacy in a failing school that is 2% white.
"Principal of Visitacion Valley Middle School in San Francisco, for 6 years." https://t.co/VTbfJpZtiL
Failing at maths & reading: https://t.co/XCK8eXAPRj
More dreadful stats:https://t.co/1fNDCIBYEe
— Jacques Rentzke (@JacquesRentzke) April 15, 2021
White Supremacy is the unanswered phone call, the undelivered parcel. It’s the over friendly cousin, the outdated operating system. It’s in our cereal, in our toothpaste and in our electricity. We can’t bear the weight of White Supremacy…so turn out the lights… it’s glow time
— Bad Actor (@1BadActor) April 15, 2021
White supremacy caused the rift in Heaven.
White supremacy killed the dinosaurs.
White supremacy ended the Roman Empire.
White supremacy caused the World Wars and all the Communist famines.
You may not believe in white supremacy, but white supremacy believes in you. Repent!
— Joaquin (@TweetsJoaquin) April 15, 2021
Our two greatest unknowable forces* – dark matter and white supremacy ?. (* only one of these is real and effects everyone, everywhere, at all times – guess which)
— Perspicuous (@chaos_sonata) April 15, 2021
He's a self proclaimed racial equity coach. So he must be knowledgeable
— John Escover ?? (@jdub2444) April 15, 2021
The greatest condemnation of woke religiosity is that it prohibits criticism. They know they worship false idols.
— Let's just calm down (@noclockdude) April 15, 2021
White supremacy is starting to sound like the dark side of the force from Star Wars or the rings of power from the Lord of the Rings. pic.twitter.com/Db3wwp8wyS
— Ryan Shaw ? (@ThatShawGuy) April 15, 2021
The *white supremecy* is what gives a *white man* his power. It’s an energy field created by all living things. It surrounds us and penetrates us. It binds the galaxy together.
— broke312 (@broke3121) April 15, 2021
Good to know they think we are as powerful as outer gods.
— Ole Foss (@BenjaminPeiffe2) April 15, 2021
What a strange coincidence. White supremacy is just all the things I don’t like.
— Ponderous (@Pondero66048129) April 15, 2021
If all you have is a hammer…
— Ran Track (@ran_track) April 15, 2021
It must be a good business model to just tweet about it.
— Dick Posthumus ?? (@MatthewMaryland) April 15, 2021
There’s more white supremacy in movies and on TV than there is in the real world.
— Dan (@DriveMeMild) April 15, 2021
But at least they feel bad about it.
only in AmeriKKKa™️ pic.twitter.com/zF9czSZCak
— data_dump (@safe_spaced) April 15, 2021
‘Ethnic studies’ teacher training session warns them to be extra careful ‘now that we’re in people’s homes’ and parents might see it https://t.co/uIv8MRbstP
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) April 14, 2021