Longtime liberal hero Bill Maher continues to withstand the left’s encroachment of radical extremism, this time skewering the NFL for its ‘pro-segregation’ determination to play two National Anthems earlier than video games; one for Americans, and one for black Americans.
The Real Time host sounded open to adopting a brand new nationwide anthem that higher displays the occasions, however mentioned the choice to play two anthems, one which overtly caters to a particular shade of pores and skin, undermines the achievements of actual anti-segregationists.
“There is not a Black America, and a white America, and Latino America, an Asian American, there’s a United States of America,” Maher mentioned, quoting Barack Obama.
For the NFL to play “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” which has someway develop into the de facto “black” nationwide anthem (by the best way, was there a secret election that befell or one thing? Surely not all African-Americans really feel comfy with this buffoonery), is a slap within the face to MLK and others who fought for actual change simply a long time in the past, Maher argued.
The host additionally lamented the present state of training, which overtly promotes segregated dorms, segregated examine areas, and segregated commencement ceremonies, all within the title of selling racial fairness, or one thing. Just this previous week a pair of Arizona State extremists urged two white college students out of their examine house, citing a college “safe space” segregation rule.
America was constructed throughout occasions that allowed a lot harsher therapy of different human beings, however nonetheless, it was at all times a nation that was framed with the intent of appreciating and celebrating variety. When that variety out of the blue requires “separate but equal” areas as a way to harmoniously survive, the very material of America is torn, even when progressives see the separation as a ‘win.’
Maher has to know how his longtime rhetoric contributed to this overwrought insanity, and kudos to him for lastly taking a stand in opposition to the madness, even when he, himself, helped propagate it within the first place.