WaPo Contributor: ‘Dogs Are a Tool of White Supremacy’

A contributor at Jeff Bezos-owned conspiracy theory blog The Washington Post has some strong feelings about dogs, and their alleged role in perpetuating “white supremacy.”

“Dogs are a tool of white supremacy and gentrification. That’s not just my opinion. There is research that shows how white newcomers dogwalking [sic] routes stake out territory. And white owners user [sic] their pets to socialize with other white owners excluding minorities,” Twitter user @TheHipsterRebbe said last week.

The anonymous user claims to be a Washington Post contributor.

We’ve had run-ins with this slouch before. His name is Ben Faulding of North Baldwin, NY.

He did not link to any of the “research” to which he referred, but he did post a screenshot of some writing which claimed that “dogs helped reinforce an inequitable system of whiteness.”

In sum, owning and walking a dog is now “racist” –  but only in liberal clown town. Normally, man’s best friend (I use the term “man” at the risk of offending the non-binary) is considered a loving companion, or perhaps even a means by which to protect a home from unwanted intruders.

Add this to the long leftist list of things that are racist, including serving fast food to a football team, using the term “patriot” to describe Americans who love their country, the George Washington University mascot, George Washington, and smiling at a Native American guy as he beats a drum in your face.

Big League Politics previously reported on Faulding:

At a recent Minor League baseball game, CRTV commentator Gavin McInnes was harassed by a radical leftist screaming “Hey Gavin, F***k You, F**k, F**k You!” His girlfriend Claire Ann Schapira then yelled, “NAZI!”

The man in question, Ben Faulding of North Baldwin, NY, posted a picture chronicling the harassment on Twitter before leaving the game.

 


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