If you don’t think ‘Black Panther’ is the best movie OF ALL TIME, you’re a racist.
If you don’t think ‘Black Panther’ is the first movie starring a black person, you’re a racist.
If you don’t go see ‘Black Panther’ you’re a racist.
If you go see ‘Black Panther’ TOO SOON… you’re a racist.
ROGER THAT, NUTJOBS.
Think I’m exaggerating?
Someone tweeted (then deleted) this. Not as a joke. This was f’real.
I REPEAT. THIS IS NOT A PARODY. THIS IS A REAL HUMAN THAT REALLY THINKS THIS WAY.
I guess Emily probably thinks all us whities should stay home forever. Since we’re “Black joy suckers” and all.
Anyone who’s not a nut job racist called her out on being a big ol’ ball of WHITE GUILT LUNACY… so she deleted the tweet, but tweeted this in its place:
It’s been kind of a challenging day where I’ve had to exercise the block button a lot but I’ve also had inspiring conversations with people who are committed to changing the world for the better and who gave me strength and confidence <3
— Emily Lakdawalla (@elakdawalla) February 13, 2018
By “changing the world for the better” she means keeping white people out of movie theaters?
Daily Wire breaks down the HYSTERIA around this film:
The media’s emphasis on the supposedly transformative moment represented by Black Panther is ridiculously over the top — but it’s nothing compared to Leftists who feel it is their responsibility to curb their own life choices lest their very presence dampen the Big Day for black theatergoers. First off, it’s difficult to believe that many black people expect white people not to go to the theater, or that they care if they do. Second, why would Leftists stand for re-segregating theaters, this time out of respect for black people? Third, if Black Panther is such an important statement about race, why shouldn’t white people see it and be challenged and changed?
But ideas have now taken a back seat to identity politics. Which is why the best reply came courtesy of one Tyler Baines-Cadbury:
HOW DID WE GET HERE?!