Some say Marianne Williamson is crazy. Nah.
The Left is crazier than Williamson. It's just sophisticated enough to hide the insanity beneath a polished veneer. Williamson can't do that.
If you doubt that, consider this CNN article which investigates white robot racism.
"Have you ever noticed the popularity of white robots? The reason for these shades of technological white may be racism," CNN tweeted.
Have you ever noticed the popularity of white robots?
You see them in films like Will Smith's "I, Robot" and Eve from "Wall-E." Real-life examples include Honda's Asimo, UBTECH's Walker, Boston Dynamics' Atlas, and even NASA's Valkyrie robot. All made of shiny white material.
"Robots And Racism," a study conducted by the Human Interface Technology Laboratory in New Zealand (HIT Lab NZ) and published by the country's University of Canterbury, suggests people perceive physically human-like robots to have a race and therefore apply racial stereotypes to white and black robots.
The I, Robot robots were there to be shot at. But it's not like CNN knows any of the nonsense it's spouting.
Is there any evidence that there are more white robots than black robots? It's okay, the fact checking sites are busy going after the Babylon Bee.
Run a simple Google Image search on the term "robot." You won't see a lot of color, as pointed out in the study.
Seriously? Your evidence is "run a Google Image" search.
Anyway this is a grave crisis of people discriminating against robots.
"The bias against black robots is a result of bias against African-Americans," lead researcher Christoph Bartneck explained to The Next Web. He told CNN, "It is amazing to see how people who had no prior interaction with robots show racial bias towards them."
"Imagine a world in which all Barbie dolls are white. Imagine a world in which all the robots working in Africa or India are white. Further imagine that these robots take over roles that involve authority. Clearly, this would raise concerns about imperialism and white supremacy," Bartneck told CNN. "Robots are not just machines, but they represent humans."
No, Robots are machines that are used to vacuum floors and assemble cars.
They don't hold positions of authority.
The Roomba, last time I checked, is mostly black. Though you can probably get it in a bunch of colors. Assembly line robots are most often yellow with some gray and black. CNN is thoroughly insane. As is the social justice culture that has infected this country.
If you are a robot who has been discriminated against, please contract the Robot Anti-Defamation League immediately.