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Dear CNN: The Liberal Lawmaker Calls Her Asian Opponent ‘Ching Chong’ – Is That ‘Racism?’

Well, this should be interesting. How will the leftists that push outrage and racism handle this one?

It has been revealed that one lawmaker, Rep. Bettie Scott, made racial slurs against her challenger, Rep. Stephanie Chang, in the race to become the Democratic nominee for state Senate.

While canvassing outside the Bethany Lutheran Church in Detroit, Scott allegedly called one of Chang’s volunteers an immigrant and said: ‘You don’t belong here.’

Later that day, she was heard telling voters outside a school not to vote for ‘the ching-chong,’ according to liberal advocacy group Progress Michigan.

Chang’s husband, Sean Grey, told the Metro Times that he heard Scott tell a voter: ‘These immigrants from China are coming over and taking our community from us.’

She said it disgusted her to see ‘black people holding signs for these Asians and not supporting their own people,’ he claimed.

Rep. Scott, being the good intersectional progressive, doesn’t like it when a black person supports someone outside their identity box. Because it’s so much better when we’re all balkanized into competing identity factions based on race.

Now that the leftists have made it clear in their defense of anti-white racist and NYT editorial board member, Sarah Jeong, that racism isn’t discriminating or disparaging comments about a person based on the immutable characteristic of race, but has an element of ‘power’ attached to it, is what Scott said considered racism?

After all, Asians in America are discriminated against by ivy league college admissions boards because they are too successful.

Once they start earning an income, the median income for Asian households is higher than it is for white households, let alone black households.

So, are Rep. Scott’s comments considered racist or nah?

Not surprisingly, Rep. Scott lost the race by a huge margin.

Gee, I wonder why that could have been?

Maybe because Americans don’t tolerate racists?

Now Rep. Scott is making apologies to Rep. Chang and her husband.

‘Those are not the kinds of comments that should be made nor are they the kind of comments I would normally make,’ she said in a statement.

‘I humbly apologize to Rep. Chang and to her husband, Mr. Gray, and to the broader Asian American community.

She added: ‘We live in a time of increasing divisiveness. As a state representative, I should never do anything to contribute to an atmosphere of divisiveness and for that, I am terribly sorry.

Source: Daily Mail

Too little, too late.

She’s apologizing because when you’re the perpetual victim, you don’t realize that your behavior matters, and you can easily become that thing that you hate and rail against.

She probably didn’t even see anything wrong with her behavior.

That is likely why she lost.

But just imagine what coverage of this story would have been like had this been a Republican primary.

But there’s no media bias.

Just look at how they cover the First Lady’s jacket and this story.

That should tell you everything you need to know.

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K. Walker

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