by: JD Heyes
Sunday, June 16, 2019
The things the extreme Left considers vital and important are either meaningless to the vast majority of Americans or confusing, considering what they could and should be concerned about.
Nevertheless, these social justice warriors demand that all of us not only agree with them that their priorities are the real priorities, but join them in demanding ‘action’ — of some sort — to ‘fix’ these ‘problems.’
Breitbart News highlighted an example of this out-of-touch SJW extremism this week in reporting on a group of Leftie activists who besieged the Democratic National Committee’s offices in Washington, D.C., to demand — demand — a ‘debate’ on ‘climate change.’
“We’re here to talk about what our future is going to look like,” one protester claimed.
“This issue is not only about equality — it is also about existence,” another SJW shouted. “[For] those who died in [Hurricane] Sandy, or Katrina, or Harvey, or Irma, or because of [the] Paradise [fire], or because of California, or the farmers, or all around this country who have died because of climate change — do respect for them and hold a damn climate debate! For those who are no longer here!”
In other words, we should all hold vigils for the ‘casualties’ of ‘climate change’ — but none for, say, the true voiceless victims of abortion.
Breitbart noted further:
Activists are discouraged by the announcement last week from DNC Chair Tom Perez that the party will not hold a separate primary debate on the topic of climate change.
An email distributed by the organizers of the DNC protest said that “petition signatures” demanding the debate “were collected by CREDO Action, Greenpeace USA, Climate Hawks Vote, Oil Change U.S., Daily Kos, Friends of the Earth Action, Public Citizen, Endangered Species Coalition, People Demanding Action, CPD Action, Women’s March National, Bold Nebraska, Bold Alliance, Amazon Watch, 350 Action, Sunrise Movement, Food & Water Action, NextGen America, US Youth Climate Strike, and MoveOn.”
Left-wing extremist organizations, one and all.
You know what IS changing? Voters’ attitudes about ‘abortion on demand’