According to The Washington Post, if you enjoy the symphony and classical music, you’re a white supremacist.
It sounds ridiculous – but it’s true.
President Donald Trump’s stirring speech in Warsaw, Poland on Thursday was very well received. Even prior critics called it a “defining” message of resilience and the “determined and affirmative defense of the Western tradition.”
In response, the liberal media went berserk.
Here’s what Trump said —
Americans will never forget. The nations of Europe will never forget. We are the fastest and the greatest community. There is nothing like our community of nations. The world has never known anything like our community of nations
We write symphonies. We pursue innovation. We celebrate our ancient heroes, embrace our timeless traditions and customs, and always seek to explore and discover brand-new frontiers. We reward brilliance. We strive for excellence, and cherish inspiring works of art that honor God. We treasure the rule of law and protect the right to free speech and free expression.
Did you miss the secret racist message hidden in that statement?
If so, don’t feel bad, so did everyone else… except for The Washington Post, of course, which wrote an editorial response calling it a “secret dog whistle” to alert white supremacists.
“‘We write symphonies.’ What on Earth does that have to do with anything?” wrote Jonathan Capehart.
Capehart continued: “It’s bad enough Trump is doing the one thing his predecessors studiously avoided: engaging in the battle-of-civilizations talk that inflames anger and tensions with Muslims, particularly in the Middle East. In that one line, taken in context with everything else Trump said, what I heard was the loudest of dog whistles. A familiar boast that swells the chests of white nationalists everywhere.”
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In other words, according to The Washington Post, if you like classic music or want Western civilization’s accomplishments (For example: democracy, freedom, and the rule of law), you’re a bigoted racist.
A president promising to defend America against Islamic terror? Capehart warns: Saying that will only inflame Muslim anger!
And without The Washington Post’s editorial integrity, America might not have known a Saturday evening listening to Mozart was the same as being a hooded Klansman!
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Not exactly ground breaking investigative journalism there, folks.
No wonder The Washington Post is failing — they’re so far out-of-touch with reality, it’s almost painful to read.
— The Horn editorial team