If Hillary Runs In 2016, Will Sexism Be The New Racism?

Ted Rall toon

Ted Rall’s offensive toon

The question was merely rhetorical so the answer is an obvious YES.

As NewsBusters reported Sunday, liberal cartoonist Ted Rall was recently banned from the progressive website Daily Kos for publishing a comic strip with Barack Obama in it that was deemed to be racist.

On Monday, Rall spoke with Newsmax TV’s Steve Malzberg about the incident, and warned that if Hillary Clinton gets the Democratic nomination for president in 2016, “sexism will be the new racism.”

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Ted Rall who is a steadfast Koolaid drinker is mortified that he of all people should be accused of racism and by his closest friends no less.

He feels utterly betrayed by the ideology he’s supported. He thought that his history of support would’ve bought him some benefit of the doubt. Because, being a Leftist means never having to say you’re sorry.

I mean, that’s why so many are attracted to the ideology, it’s supposed to buy you immunity from accusations of racism and intolerance.

Only now does he realize that such accusations are more about shaming people into toeing the line rather than righting injustice.

As for Hillary, it’s no revelation to those of us on the Right that once the Democrats have a female candidate, the accusation of sexism will replace racism as the bludgeon du jour to silence all opposition.

I suppose the Left will wield the charge of sexism even as they continue their hateful jihad against Sarah Palin.

Of course if you ask them why they hate Sarah Palin so viscerally and even heap obscene scorn on her family they’d say that she deserves such treatment simply because she’s dumb.

Apparently, mindless hate is ok so long as it’s directed at anyone they deem ignorant.

But rest assured, the day the Democrats run a candidate who suffers from Down’s Syndrome, that will be the day that “Intellectual Intolerance” becomes a hate crime.

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