“Mitch, What Does Urban Progressive Privilege Look Like?”

Well, sit on down and I’ll show you the most concentrated two minutes and twenty seconds worth of Urban Progressive Privilege you will ever see:

I suspect you could get a similar performance in Crocus Hill. Kenwood or Saint Anthony Park.

12 thoughts on ““Mitch, What Does Urban Progressive Privilege Look Like?”

  1. Nice to see one of “the dumbest, weakest, whiniest people in our society” being ignored.

  2. The assault is apparently that someone wasn’t wearing a mask outside? Am I getting that right?

    And they say that Republicans ignore science. Wow. Is it a law in DC that you need to wear a mask?

  3. Is it a law in DC that you need to wear a mask?
    Not if you have a disability. And of course it is illegal to ask about said disability. The person most at risk of spreading the disease was the young woman who approached people within a few feet and shouted at them.

  4. Do the Democrats have one female who is not an unhinged, bloated, screeching wreck? Who doesn’t believe there are 13 cats in her studio apartment, and 1 overflowing cat box?

  5. The person most at risk of spreading the disease was the young woman who… was constantly tagging at her mask, exposing her nose and shouting at other people. Science? We don’t need no stinking science!

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  7. JPA wrote The person most at risk of spreading the disease was the young woman who… was constantly tagging at her mask, exposing her nose and shouting at other people. Science? We don’t need no stinking science!
    Recently the state of California has been encouraging diners at restaurants to remove & then replace their face covering between bites, which means touching your face dozens of times during your meal.
    This is asinine. It has been clear for some time that social distancing, face-hole covers, and stay at home orders have little effect on the spread of the virus. Walz recently complained about covid’s “unpredictability,” which was his way of saying that his dictatorial public health orders aren’t affecting the pandemic the way that he thought they would.
    If the virus was as communicable and as deadly as we are assured that it is, the smart thing to do would be to lay in a supply of food & other necessities & avid all contact with others.
    We live in a fantasy world, where liquor store clerks & fast food workers are considered essential employees.
    In Hawaii, the governor put a hard quarantine on incoming travelers, sick or not, to “keep the people of Hawaii safe.” As soon as state finances deteriorated to the point where unionized state workers were going to be furloughed, he decided to lift the quarantine, even though covid is spreading faster in Hawaii than it was when he imposed the quarantine.
    The actions of Ige & Walz & Evers clearly show that they do not believe the virus is the threat that they say that it is.

  8. MO;
    Based on how many people of Japanese ancestry are “representing”, badly, I might add, Hawaii in political positions, I would say that they have successfully taken over the state, without firing a shot. While I applaud the heroism and sacrifice of the late Senator Daniel Inouye, I read a story somewhere during the Kavanaugh inquisition, that man hater Mazie Hirono claimed was her mentor, allegedly looked the other way after he assaulted one of her staffers, failing to do anything when the staffer reported it. She is a straight out fraud, blaming “men in this country for sexual assaults and told them to “just shut up”, while she took money from Democrat Delaware Senator Tom Carper, who admitted to “punching his wife hard enough to give her a black eye.”
    https://freebeacon.com/politics/mazie-hirono-took-money-democrat-admitted-hitting-wife/
    Of course, we all know that the Democrats only “believe all women” when it’s one of theirs accusing a Republican.
    It turns out, that at least one Hawaiian sees through her lies.
    https://www.westhawaiitoday.com/2018/09/30/opinion/your-voice/mazie-hironos-poor-representation-of-hawaii/

  9. We live in a fantasy world, where liquor store clerks & fast food workers are considered essential employees.

    Some fast foods are more fantastical than others. At Burger King, when you hand the drive-thru worker your card, they reach out to you with a plastic bin, wearing a glove. You drop in your card. They pull the bin inside, pick out your card with their gloved hand, and swipe/insert it. Then they put it back into the bin and hand it back to you. They then grab the bag with their gloved hand, put it in a bin, and hold it out so you can reach into the bin and grab the bag….that was touched 5 seconds ago by the gloved hand, which held your card 1-2 minutes ago. Said gloved hand has also touched several other items in the restaurant between touching your card and your bag of food. At least BK mandates masks on at all times for employees. I have been to drive thrus where when the person inside opens the window to talk to you, they mask up before they open the window. When they are done talking to you/getting your card, they shut the window and unmask so it is hanging from one ear.

    They took theater lessons from the TSA.

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