Good. Lord.

We suppose we should’ve seen this coming, but it hurts our brains to imagine that this level of stupidity is even attainable:

OK, we’re generous … let’s see where she’s going with this:

Why is it so hard to recognize Rodger as of mixed racial descent? It certainly doesn’t negate the role white entitlement and privilege played in his “syndrome.” Rodger is at least partly a victim of the ideology of white supremacy, as well as its violent enforcer. He struggled with his status as half-Asian, writing “I always felt as if white girls thought less of me because I was half-Asian.”

The Rodger coverage underscores that our traditional American black-white, victim-victimizer view of American race relations is failing us in a world where Asians are the fastest growing “minority” and Latinos the largest. Dismissing Rodger as white implies that Asians can’t be racist on their own, that it was only his white half that made him hate black people and Mexicans. Labeling him Asian, or making the preposterous suggestion that he committed an anti-white hate crime, ignores that he was both the prisoner of white entitlement and supremacy as well as its avatar.

Alllllllrighty then.

Alas, she’s all too real.

Yeah, he pretty much did:

Being Joan Walsh must be just exhausting.

Here’s a question for Walsh:

Let’s give her a minute to think about it.

Ready, Joan?

Ding, ding, ding!

Sorry, Joan. We can’t hear you over the sound of all those crickets chirping.

Hey, and on that note …


Heaven forbid!


Seriously. It’s getting really hard for us to keep track of this stuff.

Go for it! At least it’d be entertaining.

We’d read it, too. We’re betting that Fake Joan Walsh is much more fun than the real thing.



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