As you’re probably aware, President-Elect Donald Trump is going to be a president for all Americans. That means uniting us all, from the Hispanics whose taco bowls he loves so much to “his” African Americans.
It’s already going really, really well. You’ve no doubt read about the many modern art installations popping up around the country, satirical works meant to underscore the fact that, after eight years of being divided by a Gay Black Jew Who Gave All Our Guns To The Muslims, we are finally living in a truly post-racial America. A sampling:
Meanwhile Today at firstcoast… This really pissed me off RACISM! pic.twitter.com/UMw27oKSY0
— Tee ✨ (@rvdeasstee) November 10, 2016
A reminder of the darker time from which we’ve finally emerged
Trump has spoken about “Making America great again,” but someone else had a different message recently in Wellsville. pic.twitter.com/YGBFfBXO8F
— Brian Quinn (@brianqwdr) November 9, 2016
Not gonna happen in Trump’s melting pot!
Someone spray painted “Black lives don’t matter and neither does your votes” on a wall in Durham overnight. pic.twitter.com/Idfm5T8RFg
— Derrick Lewis (@DerrickQLewis) November 9, 2016
Because America is colorblind now, obvi (note: blue lives still important)
While it’s great to see that average Americans have wasted no time celebrating the end of racism and identity politics, what about our community leaders? Let’s check in with Clay County, West Virginia, where former director of Clay County Development Corporation, Pamela Ramsey Taylor, took to Facebook to celebrate the prospects of not only America being great again, but our lovely new first lady:
No clue what an ape in heels has to do with the first lady, but I’ll tell you, watching any primate (including humans) walk around in heels is HILARIOUS. Not sure how you’d tire of that! Anyway, how does Clay County’s mayor, Beverly Whaling, feel about it?
Just as thrilled as the rest of us! Naturally, those who seek to divide us misguidedly referred to Taylor’s comments (and Whaling’s endorsement) as “racist” which, as we’ve already established, is no longer a thing in Trump’s America. Whaling had a perfectly good explanation:
“My comment was not intended to be racist at all,” she told the Washington Post. “I was referring to my day being made for change in the White House! I am truly sorry for any hard feeling this may have caused! Those who know me know that I’m not of any way racist!”
I think that should settle it! If she says it’s not racist, it’s not racist. Thankfully, Pam isn’t going to take your suck-ass Libtard Participation Trophy Reverse-Racist Gay Agenda Bullshit lying down, because while she’s been removed from her position, she’s filed a lawsuit against the people who’ve libeled her, acknowledging that the harassmentment she’s received constitutes a “hate crime.”