Linda Sarsour: “If I want to say ‘I’m Black,’ I’m Black!”
She already identifies as “Palestinian,” an invented nationality, so why shouldn’t she change race, too?
Now she is exposing the absurdities of the leftist worldview — inadvertently, of course.
“Sarsour Claims, ‘If I Want To Say I’m Black, I’m Black,’” by Hank Berrien, Daily Wire, September 8, 2017 (thanks to Mark):
Leftist icon Linda Sarsour proved that when it comes to looking to advance her career, she’s as opportunistic as they come, as she can, chameleon-like, simply change the color of her skin at will so she can identify as whatever oppressed group fits her fancy.
There was a time when Sarsour claimed she was white:
But that apparently wasn’t enough for her to launch her rise among leftists; she had to widen her range:
Sarsour’s here today, gone tomorrow approach to reality is endemic among those on the Left, for whom “self-identification” trumps biological reality (gender theory, anyone?) or the truth about one’s ancestry.
The idea for many on the Left is that by identifying with a supposedly-oppressed group one can claim they share that group’s experiences (see, e.g., Rachel Dolezal)….
Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller.