There is a saying my parents told me way back in grammar school which is but one of many that stuck with me my entire life: “Consider the source.” In other words, if you don’t like what a person or group is saying consider that person or group and what they stand for. If we’re white were considered by the left to be racist, bigoted, slime balls. This comes from white people so there is a strange dichotomy here. If all whites are naturally endowed with racism who is calling who racist? I mentioned grammar school and this is exactly the ignorant bilge that came out of children’s mouths way back then. To our defense, we didn’t know better. White adults should know better but are dissuaded to use their experience in life to foster political ends.
To be blunt, there are people I don’t care for. Some are white, some are black, some are other. I reserve the right to like or dislike without regard to color or race. However, it is the actions, the speech of these that amplify my lack of caring for such as these. If you hijack a lady and steal her car I am not going to forgive you. I also don’t care what color or race that lady is. If you invade my home you are taking your life in your hands. I care not which color or race you are.
On the other hand, I give all people the benefit of the doubt. I don’t dislike a person because of where they reside, their color or ethnicity. It is up to them to prove to me that they are likable though. It is not up to any individual to give blanket affection to all people. The hypocrites on the left say those words but do not act out those words. They haven’t since they fought to retain slavery. You have heard of the Civil War, right. The Confederates were Democrats all.