According to an article written by Angela Riley from The Washington Post, the Jeep “Cherokee” is now racist. I tried to explain in previous pieces of mine as to why bending the knee on the Cleveland Indians and Washington Redskins was a mistake, but of course I was ignored.
We now live in a world where opinion writers and Twitter bots with 32 followers dictate right and wrong–rather than the Constitution. Our way of living has become exhausting and unsatisfying, and I’ll discuss how that materialized.
It’s a moral panic. pic.twitter.com/aC8aeItJwq— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) March 8, 2021
Jeep should NOT address this Matter, but instead should clap back
By even addressing this asinine “opinion,” we’re essentially setting off a Bat signal for all of social media to scatter and find what they don’t like. What bothers them specifically, or how can this world improve in your eyes? We won’t congregate–we’ll simple take your request and handle it. It’s bizarre.
That’s quite literally the American people being trained to see the ugly in every situation, rather than being taught to enjoy what’s great about it.
We’re miserable. But maybe we can put an end to this tomfoolery by making it clear that a writer at The Washington Post can’t change the world to exactly the way she wants it. After all, isn’t that what she’s asking for? Angela sees an add for Jeep, a car she does not drive, and then needs the name to change? This is a person making demands to “fix” a name that affects her in no way imaginable.
Kind of like the “R word” community, isn’t it?
If we want to put an end to this garbage–Jeep needs to take a stand and shut these demands down. It’s about time a major corporation puts these Cheeto eating bloggers to bed.