Look, rich Hollywood comedians know how to solve America’s racial divide. Forget all that stuff about striving to love all people equally or establishing a society that respects the inherent dignity of every person, regardless of race. What we really need, according to folks like Chelsea Handler, is to harness racial grievances as a political weapon against white people, who are all racist by the way.
Sounds equitable, right?
According to her recent Instagram activity, the comedian has been posting and sharing videos of infamous black supremacist and virulent anti-Semite Louis Farrakhan, the political and religious leader of radical spiritual group, The Nation of Islam, in an attempt to educate folks on “white guilt” and the grievances of African Americans.
On Monday, Handler posted a video to her Instagram page of Farrakhan taking questions on race relations from a talk show host audience. During the video, which appears to be from the late 80s or early 90s, Farrakhan tried to persuade the audience that tensions white people may be feeling in their relationships with African Americans may come from “400 years” of their collective “white guilt.”
In the nearly ten-minute long clip, the Reverend educated audience members who insisted that whites and blacks "can come together." Farrakhan expressed his disagreement, arguing that, while it’s a nice thought, it’s not currently possible. He told the audience, “The desire is good, but the reality is the total opposite of your desire.” Yeah that sounds like some real healing.
Later on in the clip, Farrakhan pushed back on someone calling his views “prejudiced,” saying, “After 400 years of living and experiencing, we’re not prejudiced, we are looking at the reality of what we suffered and continue to suffer.”
Handler’s latest Netflix show – Hello, Privilege, It's Me, Chelsea – is all about her going around and educating herself on how much of a racist she is because she is a wealthy white woman, ate up Farrakhan’s radical racial politics. She commented on the clip, saying, “I learned a lot from watching this powerful video.”
Handler has been sipping from the Black Lives Matter punch bowl over the course of the last two weeks, so she is 100% on board with their message of the reality of white guilt and the pernicious myth of collective white violence against African Americans. In another recent “Insta” post, Handler wrote, “Wherever you may be starting from, it’s time to get on board with dismantling white supremacy. Change is here. #BlackLivesMatter.”
BLM believes that white folks not speaking out in support of abolishing police departments, nor denouncing themselves for their inherent white privilege amounts to violence white supremacy. “Silence is violence” is a popular trademark of the current BLM propaganda push. They also push lies like the giant one that police are targeting African Americans based on their race, which has been thoroughly debunked by many, most notably City Journal’s Heather Mac Donald.
Not only has Handler been caught up in pushing the BLM racial narrative, she also defended Farrakhan’s infamous anti-Semitism in her post. Farrakhan’s anti-semitic remarks, like his noxious speech about the “satanic Jew,” were enough to get him permanently banned from Twitter, but the brainwashed comedian rationalized his words in the comments section, saying, “Another thing: perhaps Farrakhan’s anti-Semitic views took form during his own oppression.”
Oh, okay. She added, “We know now that oppression of one race leads to an oppression of all races.” Yeah, Farrakhan’s been through a lot, guys. We should try to be more empathetic.