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Andrew Yang Tweeted Support For Joe Rogan, Until He Was Frighted By The Twitter Woke Supremacy And He Deleted It

Andrew Yang, a businessman and former Democratic presidential candidate caught some flack on social media on Sunday after he shared a tweet that supported podcaster Joe Rogan, who now has more people trying to censor him than anyone else on the planet, during a new scandal after leftists did a hit piece on him going back years in his podcasts to find times he has used the N word. Mind you, every time that I’m aware he used it, it was done almost clinically. If he read a quote that had the word in it the hit squad added it to a video of all the times he used it over the years.

If Joe Rogan has said racist things in the past, I’ve never heard about it and I’m fairly certain the leftists on Twitter who set him it didn’t hear about it until now as well. Rogan has come out and explained himself and apologized. Do leftists believe in apologies for people not inside the work supremacy?

Rogan is not a political guy. The reason his podcast is so successful is that he in genuinely curious about many things and he asks questions of his quests that he wants to learn about those things and a lot of the things he finds interesting are things most of his fans find interesting as well.

On Sunday, Yang talked about the Rogan controversy and said that he just doesn’t believe the podcaster, who has done several episodes with Yang, is racist.

But remember, to the Left, a racist is anyone who disagrees with a leftist narrative.

Yang took to Twitter tweeting, “I don’t think Joe Rogan is a racist — the man interacts with and works with black people literally all of the time. Do I know black friends of Joe’s who would swear by him? Yes I do.”

Then the backlash started, and Yang folded like a cheap suit and deleted the tweet. He created another tweet in its stead and tried to explain.

“I like to believe the best of people – especially if I’ve met and spent time with that person. Sometimes it makes me miss something. I think we should have the capacity to forgive people – whether a podcaster or a mayor – if they mess up. Maybe it’s because I mess up too.”

Yang is a coward. Instead of deleting the tweet, he could have expanded on it. The presidential primary loser said he made a mistake when he tweeted earlier that he doesn’t believe Rogan is a racist.

“Racism is real, deep, corrosive, and even lethal. I know that. I made a mistake in an earlier tweet tonight that downplayed these realities.”

“I deleted the tweet because it was wrong-headed. It also hurt people, which is never my intent. I’m sorry. I’m learning and appreciate those who reached out to express their feelings.”

I think he deleted the tweet because cowered to the woke supremacy of Twitter. You never apologize to the supremacy because then they own you.

Yang was now on a roll.

“I like to believe the work I’ve done these past years had the goal of uplifting everyone, particularly those on the outside looking in for any reason, be it poverty or marginalization or race. I’ve always wanted to help those with the least the most.”

He finally ended his pathetic display in front of the world.

“I’m going to keep doing all I can for a more fair, equitable, and just country. That means for everyone. Universal Basic Income, Democracy Reform and unity are how we get there.”

Didn’t Yang sound like he was apologizing, as if he was the one who used the word?

Big question. Can someone who was racist in the past get beyond that and become a good person? Many leftists in the woke supremacy today would tell you no, but then they voted for Joe Biden, who has said and done many racist things over his long-winded political career. For goodness’ sake, Biden told black people you ain’t black if they don’t know why they should vote for him over Donald Trump. That was a year and a half ago.

Biden not too long after that said, “Unlike the African American community, with notable exceptions, the Latino community is an incredibly diverse community with incredibly diverse attitudes about different things…”

I never lived when a presidential candidate spoke words like that, and yet a quarter of the country voted for him in 2020. That’s not including dead people and folks who moved out of state but magically voted, anyway.

If you don’t think people can change, then how come the Democrats made Senator Robert KKK Byrd the Senate Majority Leader twice? The man was a Grand Kleagle, whatever that is, for the Ku Klux Klan.

And what about Al Not So Shapton? He has said some seriously crazy racist things over the years against Jews and white people. Do the Democrats who still kiss his … ring… believe he has changed?

General questions. Are you the same person you were 20 years ago? Ten years ago? Five years ago? Or are the rules for apologizing and being able to move on only for leftists in the woke supremacy and everyone else is on their own?




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