White People Are Not Victims David J. Leonard l The Washington Spectator

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Only in America can persistent inequality, voter suppression, and societal condemnation of racial slurs become a moment to lament white victimhood.

OUR COMMON GROUND Omnibus‘s insight:

"From Abigail Fisher v. the University of Texas to the gutting of the Voting Rights Act, from Paula Deen’s claim of being a victim of the "PC police" to a material witness’s use of the phrase "creepy-ass cracker" in the criminal trial of George Zimmerman—there has been ample effort to imagine white people as the real victims in contemporary America."

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