Jemele Hill Blames White Supremacy Plague For Tyre Nichols’s Death

Jemele Hill Blames White Supremacy Plague For Tyre Nichols’s Death

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Non-bestselling author Jemele Hill blames “white supremacy” for five black police officers who beat to death Tire Nichols, a 29-year-old black man.

How can one blame white supremacy for an incident that does not involve a single white people and 6 black subjects? Jemele tried to explain:

Just as women sometimes bear the brunt of misogyny and the patriarchy, Black people have certainly done the same for white supremacy. You are stuck on the faces. I look at the system and why it was created.

— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) January 27, 2023

I need so many people to understand this regarding Tire Nichols. Several of the police officers who killed Freddie Gray were black. The entire system of policing is based on white supremacy violence. We see people under the boot of tribulation carry its water all the time.

— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) January 27, 2023

The death of Nichols is horrific, a horrific abuse of power. The police should be charged appropriately. And they were. Each officer faces a second-degree murder charge.

But unbeknownst to characters like Hill, a situation can be tragic while not being racist. In fact, this is the case in most unfortunate incidents.

There is still no proof that Derek Chauvin killed George Floyd based on his skin color. Based on his history, Chauvin was an incompetent officer. (Note the prosecution did not cite racism during his trial last year.) Anyway, the political group BLM burned cities on the message that racism was to blame for Floyd’s death.

Bad actors exist. Some are black; others are white. Yet there is such a demand to expose white supremacy that the national media cherry-picks incidents to be disgusted by – and only focuses on the cases it can conveniently turn in its favor.

The Left has staked its claim on the culture war that America is fundamentally racist and relies on racial hysteria.

Yet they can’t find evidence, hence the surge in imaginary racism, from Smollett to BYU to selective outrage.

Demand for racism outstrips supply:

— Bobby Burack (@burackbobby_) September 19, 2022

People like Jemele Hill have built their entire careers on the hypothesis that white supremacy still plagues America. But real evidence of this is so scarce that Hill has to scrap, claw, fabricate, exaggerate and lie to support the claim.

In doing so, she spent her weekend attributing five black officers who killed a black man to “white supremacy”.

And while several blue-checks appreciated Jemele’s commitment to blaming white people for all viral atrocities, most Twitter users mocked her for such desperation:

Jemele Hill despises white people so much that even when black people kill black people it is the fault of white people and white supremacy.

— Carmine Sabia (@CarmineSabia) January 28, 2023

It’s so backwards that in the face of narrative-shattering evidence, the conclusion is “violent black police are also white supremacy” and not “police brutality, while sometimes motivated by either systemic or individual acts of racism, is actually a *larger * problem is. if only that.”

— Noam Blum (@neontaster) January 27, 2023

One particular user found the script on which Jemele bases her comments:

You have become so obsessed with racism that you turn everything around to find some excuse to call it racism. You are the actual version of that meme, except you also apply it to black Americans.

— John Hawkins (@johnhawkinsrwn) January 27, 2023

Spreading racial division is often good for business. Look at Al Sharpton. And the anti-white bishop, Talbert Swan.

But it appears that the popularity of Jemele’s race baiting is waning. Her highly-promoted billboard memoir about overcoming racism sold just 5,000 copies months after release.

We assume #whitesupremacy is also to blame for that. White supremacy is always to blame, even during matters in which whites are not involved.

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