According to a new list of hate symbols released by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), Democratic presidential contender Beto O’Rourke is a white supremacist.
Oh wow! Beto is a white supremacist. Someone tell CNN! pic.twitter.com/nBlEkVOL9n
— Carla Burlando (@CarlaBurlando) September 26, 2019
The ADL, a left-wing special interest group that pushes for Big Brother censorship on social media and the destruction of the Bill of Rights, recently entered the ‘OK’ hand gesture and the bowl-style haircut to their ever-expanding hate symbols database. They now classify those symbols next to burning crosses, Nazi swastikas, and Klan robes.
“Even as extremists continue to use symbols that may be years or decades old, they regularly create new symbols, memes and slogans to express their hateful sentiments,” ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt said in a statement.
The ADL is regularly patrolling websites like 4chan, 8chan and Reddit for memes that they find offensive, and then classifying them as hate symbols. Orwell’s henchmen have made the arbitrary determination that the ‘OK’ symbol and the bowlcut now qualify as certified wrongthink.
“At this point, there is enough of a volume of use for hateful purposes that we felt it was important to add,” said Oren Segal, who is the director of the ADL’s Center on Extremism, referring to the ‘OK’ symbol.
While the ADL’s hate symbols database may seem laughable, this organization’s hysterics have real-life consequences. Digital lynch mobs, aided by the fake news media, now target random individuals who are seen gesturing the ‘OK’ symbol in public.
One such example from earlier in the year saw a man who was caught using the ‘OK’ symbol at a Chicago Cubs game, and then regarded as a white supremacist and banned from attending games:
A Chicago Cubs fan who appeared to flash a “white power” hand gesture behind a black sports reporter while he was on air has been banned from Wrigley Field.
The Cubs sweatshirt-wearing fan’s face couldn’t be seen during the Tuesday NBC Sports broadcast of the Cubs’ home game against the Miami Marlins. But his hand, which appeared in a frame behind analyst Doug Glanville, was positioned in the “OK” hand gesture, often associated with the white supremacist movement.
The fan, who has not been identified, was “indefinitely” banned from Wrigley Field for violating the Chicago Cubs Guest Code of Conduct, the team’s president of business operations, Crane Kenney, said in a statement Wednesday.
“If he attempts to enter Wrigley Field or other ticketed areas he may be subject to prosecution for criminal trespass to property,” the statement said.
Kenney said earlier Wednesday that the club was investigating the incident “because no one should be subjected to this type of offensive behavior.”
“Such ignorant and repulsive behavior is not tolerated at Wrigley Field,” Kenney said.
Kevin Cross, the senior vice president of NBC Sports Chicago said the network was “disappointed by the incident that took place on our air … one that was at the expense of our colleague Doug Glanville.”
“We find the behavior of this fan reprehensible and clearly does not represent the great Cubs fans of our city and those around the country,” Cross said.
The ADL also regularly trains law enforcement personnel and provides intelligence to the FBI, so it may not be long before individuals are arrested for flashing an innocuous symbol or having the wrong haircut.
This is the world that the thought controllers at the ADL are working feverishly to create.
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