‘White Rage’ Developments On Social Media As Basic Mark Milley Speaks About The Important Race Principle (Video)
On Thursday, the term “white rage” started to trend after the highest ranking officer in the Military, General #MarkMilley, stated he wanted to understand exactly what it was in response to Florida Republicans speaking against the critical race theory.
During a hearing on Wednesday, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin had a lot to say about the theory and adamantly spoke about it.
“We do not teach critical race theory, we don’t embrace critical theory and I think that is a spurious conversation,” Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin told Gaetz during a House Armed Services Committee hearing. “And so we are focused on extremism behaviors and not ideology, not people’s thoughts, not people’s political orientations.”
In response to Gaetz, Milley stated, “I do think it’s important, actually, for those of us in uniform to be open-minded and be widely read … and it is important that we train and we understand. I want to understand white rage, and I’m white.” He added, “What is it that caused thousands of people to assault this building and try to overturn the Constitution of the United States of America? What caused that? I want to find that out. I want to maintain an open mind here, and I do want to analyze it. … It is important that the leaders now and in the future do understand it.”
People on Twitter had a few things to say.
One person said, “The best part of Milley’s statement is that he recognizes that to dissect the white rage behind the Capitol insurrection, he must delve into America’s history of racism.
Someone else stated, “A white person enraged that another white person thinks it is worth investigating white rage.”
One person who disagreed stated, “Once again the Antiwhite Regime contrives a new term to dehumanize the white race–#WhiteRage. trending today on Twitter. Day after day the government, media, and academia INVERT reality. They know they are losing the narrative, and they are becoming desperate.”
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