Jason Whitlock: "Racism Is Now The New Gold And People Mine For Racism Gold" | Video | RealClearPolitics

Jason Whitlock: "Racism Is Now The New Gold And People Mine For Racism Gold"

|

Sportswriter Jason Whitlock in an interview Tuesday with Tucker Carlson said we can't sit on the sidelines while leftist "values" replace "working-class values," warning "they are stripping of us of our freedoms." On 'Tucker Carlson Tonight,' Whitlock said the people are being misled by the corporate media and the elites - they are protecting each other.

"Corporate media will not connect the dots, will not explain what has transpired and it's just -- we are being misled by corporate media," Whitlock said. "They're all in this together, the elites. The elites and the protectors of the elite."

"We have to come together and take our country back," Whitlock declared.


"We are fighting against each other when we have a common enemy of elites and the tech billionaires who are like the gold millionaires of the past," he said. "They're in control, these instant millionaires that don't really care about this country, are in control of this country, and it's our country and we need to take it back and we can only do it when we come together. We have to come together."

Whitlock likened racism in 2021 to the 49ers that joined in on the California Gold Rush of the mid-1800s. He said people in leadership roles of organizations like Black Lives Matter are "mining for that racism gold" while the people who are actually benefiting are exploiting the miners.

"Racism is now the new gold and people mine for racism gold, the same way they mined for gold in the 1840s and 1850s and then we have to understand that the miners in this desperate rush to get rich," Whitlock explained.

"These guys are mining for that racism gold that's out there and they are being rewarded for it but the people that are really benefiting are actually the people that are exploiting the miners," he said.

"I believe that's social media, I believe that's Twitter. I believe that's Facebook," Whitlock said. "These platforms promote traffic and push the values of people that love to play the racial game, love to do racial division, they're feasting off this racial division that they are promoting over Facebook and Twitter, and it's no different than the gold rush."

"The miners meet a temporary fortune. The people who exploited the miners made millions and billions of dollars and that's what's going on today," he said.

Read Whitlock's full commentary:

WHITLOCK: I do think this is a moment that we need to analyze and I analogized it in a column I wrote today for The Blaze and talked about on my podcast to the California gold rush of the 1840s and 1850s. Racism is now the new gold and people mine for racism gold, the same way they mined for gold in the 1840s and 1850s and then we have to understand that the miners in this desperate rush to get rich.

Take Patrisse Cullors, the founder of Black Lives Matter -- she plays the racial game with Michael brown, Trayvon martin, any other dead man that she thinks has been unjustly killed resisting arrest, and she's now bought four homes across America.

Ben Crump, the lawyer, has made millions of dollars negotiating settlements for the families of criminals who resisted arrest. These guys are mining for that racism gold that's out there and they are being rewarded for it but the people that are really benefiting are actually the people that are exploiting the miners.

I believe that's social media, I believe that's Twitter. I believe that's Facebook. These platforms promote traffic and push the values of people that love to play the racial game, love to do racial division, they're feasting off this racial division that they are promoting over Facebook and Twitter, and it's no different than the gold rush.

The miners meet a temporary fortune. The people who exploited the miners made millions and billions of dollars and that's what's going on today.

They've set up this game where everybody rushes out on a desperate hunt to find this racism gold and it's not really scarce, but it's just hard to find, and it's hard -- it's costly to produce and point to it and say it contributes to systemic racism because that's been changed by laws and rules, but this racism has a goal through social media, it's making people wealthy and they are exploiting the rest of us.

I'm trying to help people understand we're the victims of this. Those of us with traditional American values, those of us who believe in God, those of us who believe in the founding documents of this country, we, because when the 49ers came in in the 1800s in California, they ran off the indigenous people. The indigenous people, Native Americans, were slaughtered, they were massacred, their hunting grounds -- they starved to death. That's what's happening to us! We are allowing Jack Dorsey, Mark Zuckerberg, and the people in Northern California to destroy us and run this country away from us and we need to put a stop to it...

Corporate media will not connect the dots, will not explain what has transpired and it's just -- we are being misled by corporate media. They're all in this together, the elites.

The elites and the protectors of the elite and that's why I love your show and what you're doing. You are a voice -- and you come from wealth or whatever, but you are the voice for the working class. I'm trying to be right in there with you to try to explain to people in America, those of us with working-class values, whether we have wealth or not. We have to come together and take our country back.

These values that are being imposed on the rest of us, they are stripping of us of our freedoms. They are stripping us of the values that made this country great. We can't sit on the sideline. We have to recognize what Northern California is doing. We need to understand the history of Northern California and why they are imposing these values on the rest of the country. We've got to know who we're fighting against and we're being misled.

We are fighting against each other when we have a common enemy of elites and the tech billionaires who are like the gold millionaires of the past. They're in control, these instant millionaires that don't really care about this country, are in control of this country, and it's our country and we need to take it back and we can only do it when we come together. We have to come together.
Comment
Show comments Hide Comments

Latest Political Videos

Video Archives