MTV released a video that offers New Year's resolutions for white guys. It's so bad that it's bad:
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UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: First off, try to recognize that America was never "great" for anyone who wasn't a white guy.
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Can we all just agree that "black lives matter" isn't the opposite of "all lives matter"? Black lives just matter. There's no need to over-complicate it.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Also, "blue lives matter" isn't a thing.
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Learn what mansplaining is, and then stop doing it.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Oh, and if you're a judge, don't prioritize the wellbeing of an Ivy League athlete over the woman he assaulted.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: We all love Beyonce. And yes, she's black, so of course she cares about black issues. I'm talking to you, Fox News.
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Now, I'd call that a pile of crap, but why insult crap? This slick video is straight from the social justice warrior canon. Campus babble spooned like strained carrots into the mouths of the mentally infantile. Disguised as thought, but really just moronic mantras repeated by smug goons whose idea of intellectual achievement is retweeting Katy Perry while they sniff their puffy fingers.
Their goal must be to reelect Donald Trump. By smearing whites as dumb aggressors, trashing cops and mocking interracial friendships, they make leftists seem more noxious than ever.
So wait, maybe I love this video.
In the quest for P.C. obedience, MTV has found a group of people whose smarmy repulsiveness transcends all identity. I didn't see black, white, straight or gay in that video. I just saw loser. And the more they talk, the more they lose.
But perhaps that's the goal: creating a new victim group, the loser class. The goal: To demand special preferences for those who aren't just very good. As failures who see excuses instead of opportunities, the loser class are victims of your success, because they just can't keep up.
So congrats to the stars of this video. You're the poster children for deadbeats.