A lot of Americans are becoming increasingly fed-up with the constant whining and grievance mongering put forth by black people — as well as the liberal moonbats who grovel at their feet.
Speaking of groveling, Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said this while delivering a speech in Harlem this Tuesday:
White Americans need to do a better job of listening when African Americans talk about the seen and unseen barriers that you face every day. We need to recognize our privilege and practice humility, rather than assume that our experiences are everyone’s experiences.
And oh, why must white Americans “do a better job of listening” to only black people? What about Asians, Hispanics and other non-black minorities in America? Did we become invisible or something?
Better yet, shouldn’t black people have to listen to whites as well, or does their black pigmentation entitle them to do this? (points to the pic below)
Many black people have been conditioned to prop up and celebrate bad choices and bad character, not to mention irresponsibility. Thus they now feel entitled to bitch and moan incessantly about perceived injustices, when in fact many of the things they consider to be unjust are in actuality fully justified.