When the intersectional left talks about "white supremacy", they don't mean Neo-Nazis. They just mean white people. It's interchangeable with white people.
These days the ACLU is under fire because it supports free speech. (Sometimes.) When the ACLU was defending Islamic terrorists, the left loved them. But now they must be made to concede (more) that free speech should be subservient to the intersectional agenda. And with the intersectional inqusition, that means finding some sort of microaggression and then denouncing it.
The ACLU posted a photo of a kid in their "free speech" onesie waving a flag. The kid had the misfortune of being white. And the intersectional inquisition pounced.
3 guesses what happened next?
This is the future that ACLU members want. pic.twitter.com/bAIwuheEco— ACLU National (@ACLU) August 23, 2017
A White kid with a flag?!— Nyasha Junior (@NyashaJunior) August 23, 2017
What? All blond folk! I don't get this silly post. The future ACLU wants is a little blond kid???— SavageFem (@SavageNancy) August 23, 2017
So the ACLU apologized. Because the left has all the backbone of a flounder when it comes to standing up to its own hateful extremists.
Now I see why you worked so hard for the neo Nazis in Charlottesville— Kokoa (@kokoa96) August 23, 2017
Of course that wasn't enough.
When your Twitter followers keep you in check and remind you that white supremacy is everywhere. pic.twitter.com/Qx5D5hbKWy— ACLU National (@ACLU) August 23, 2017
I'd rather have this future. pic.twitter.com/XR0fNoS0rc— Michael (@OmanReagan) August 23, 2017
Point made: White supremacy is so normalized, pervasive, that tweeting images of Black people from Sci-Fi in reply prompts racist rants.— Michael (@OmanReagan) August 23, 2017
And so it went...
Point made: Black supremacy is so normalized, pervasive, that tweeting images of White people prompts racist rants.— Jeremy Pearson (@DeiElect) August 23, 2017
And then come the attacks on free speech on behalf of the oppressed "marginalized peoples" who are being ruthlessly murdered 24/7
A Nazi child trying to build Confederate monuments?— Comfortably Smug (@ComfortablySmug) August 23, 2017
Sorry, whose rights were you supposed to be defending again? I'm pretty sure 'free speech' isn't as much of an issue as the systemic— Cherry (@Carrotcake403) August 23, 2017
oppression and death people are facing at the hands of those crying about how they aren't allowed to be as open about how much they hate— Cherry (@Carrotcake403) August 23, 2017
anyone who isn't white, straight, or born with the right genitals at birth as they want to be. But you'll just keep taking the easy route— Cherry (@Carrotcake403) August 23, 2017
ACLU, this picture is not very sensitive in light of recent events. we already have free speech for most americans who look like this— Jess (@fernweher) August 24, 2017
Supporting Nazis, then tweeting little blond kids? Get your shit together.— Elizabeth ️ (@wrk2lib) August 23, 2017
Just imagine ACLU decided to tweet a black child and many alt righters replied saying that ACLU supports black supremacy or white genocide— Whig With A Purpose (@NamruX) August 24, 2017