The battle between Good vs. Evil wages on like never before and it’s becoming increasingly important that we all pick a side — and fast.
Aligning with the Democrats means aligning with Evil.
According to a recent poll, it’s Democrat voters who overwhelmingly support unvaccinated Americans being thrown into confinement camps.
It’s Democrat voters who burn down entire major American cities at the drop of a hat.
There’s no questioning who’s on the side of good any longer.
Further proof of this is Chamath Palihapitiya, a minority owner for the NBA’s Golden State Warriors, venture capitalist, and Democrat party megadonor.
During a podcast appearance over the weekend, he completely dismissed Chinese genocide in a brutally heartless way by saying, “nobody cares about what’s happening to the Uyghurs.”
Owner of the @warriors🏀 says he doesn’t care about the Uyghurs.
The conversation goes downhill from there.@chamath…
– questions whether a genocide is actually happening
– says the CCP isn’t a dictatorship
– says the US is no better than the CCP pic.twitter.com/qAwi7hUPvo
— Michael Sobolik (@michaelsobolik) January 17, 2022
Palihapitiya, who is a Sri Lankan-born Canadian and American venture capitalist, said he cared more about domestic issues than the league’s involvement in China. The NBA has come under steady criticism for its business in the country despite the ongoing human rights violations.
“I think that human rights in the United States is way more important to me than human rights anywhere else on the globe. And I think that we have an abysmal track record of taking care of colored men and women in this country, and so I have zero patience and tolerance for white men blathering on about shit that happens outside your own backyard,” he continued.
However, he must have immediately regretted his words because Palihapitiya swiftly made a comment on Twitter about his evil remarks against the Chinese Uyghurs.
In a statement posted to Twitter on Monday, Palihapitiya walked back his earlier remarks.
“As a refugee, my family fled a country with its own set of human right issues, so this is something that is very much a part of my lived experience,” he wrote. “To be clear, my belief is that human rights matter, whether in China, the United States, or elsewhere. Full stop.”
Important issues deserve nuanced discussions. Some clarifying comments: pic.twitter.com/St2jccsu05
— Chamath Palihapitiya (@chamath) January 18, 2022
Meanwhile, it’s Donald Trump and the Republicans who often get compared to Hitler, Bull Connor, and other evil men throughout history.
But this is the guy who’s funding top Democratic campaigns.
Pure, unadulterated evil in plain sight.
Author: Nolan Sheridan