You’re a Racist, Charlie Brown

Good grief! Leftist snowflakes have decided to attack “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” over perceived racism. Charlie Brown’s black friend, Franklin, is seen sitting by himself on one side of the table, in a chair that malfunctions at times. Call the police! I have more for them. The show is also misogynistic because Marcy has to sit by herself, and is promoting “date-rape culture” because Peppermint Patty is sitting next to Chuck. Now the truth: Charlie Brown was integrated at a time when almost no cartoons or comic strips were. And Franklin was not portrayed as some “inferior”.

https://townhall.com/tipsheet/bethbaumann/2018/11/25/good-grief-snowflakes-melt-over-a-charlie-brown-thanksgiving-episode-they-believe-is-racist-n2536438

This is the problem with social media: it gives every idiot a loud voice. Unfortunately we now have to cover this as major media has picked it up. The best reaction would be to ignore these obtuse, despicable leftists, but unfortunately that is not possible.

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Planning A Cake Hoax? Tips For Success

A gay activist in Austin accused Whole Foods of selling him a cake with a bigoted message on it. One small problem, WF claims they have proof that he doctored the cake and they are fighting back. Of course, some media dopes immediately fell for it given their SJW sympathies, but other didn’t. Do you think these same media people would for a second believe the accuser if they claimed the cake had an anti-Christian message on it?

Trust me, this is just the beginning of the false accusation cottage industry by LGBT radicals. It will continue until someone goes to far. It has happened frequently with other so-called “aggrieved classes”. By¬†race: Twana Brawley, Duke Lacrosse, alleged church burnings. By sex: UVa rape hoax, Duke, Brawley¬†and others. By religion: the Muslim “clock boy”. This is a small sampling.

My favorite part of this article is tip #1. At least pick a less sympathetic “villain”. WF is about as SJW corporate as it gets.

Are You Planning A Cake Hoax? These 5 Tips Will Make Sure It’s A Success