The Media Targets Asian Americans
In this episode, we discuss South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem's decision to send back to the legislature a bill that would have prevented trannies from competing in women's sports. Jacob discusses how the "nation of immigrants" myth enables our current border crisis. And are illegal aliens being given priority to the Covid vaccine before Americans? Eric discusses a case from his home state of California.
For the featured topic, we discuss the latest institutional crusade against white Americans in the form of the "Stop Asian Hate" campaign. We also discuss the media and Biden administration's seeming coordination to use the recent Atlanta and Boulder shootings to further their ideological agenda.
01:32 Governor Kristi Noem caves to corporate pressure
09:58 'Nation of Immigrants': The ideological root of our border crisis
27:15 Illegals to he front of the vaccination line
35:57 Featured Topic: From Stop Asian Hate to Stop the Second Amendment
Noem interview on Tucker Carlson:
Biden tries to tell Central Americans not to come to America:
Biden's immigration philosophy:
Rite Aid's apology:
Examples of violence against Asians committed by non-White Americans: https://abc7news.com/san-francisco-da-chesa-boudin-sf-district-attorney-84-year-old-man-killed/10381125/
Washington Post dismisses Atlanta shooter’s claims of sex addiction, essentially says sex addiction isn’t even real: https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2021/03/18/sex-addiction-atlanta-shooting-long/
Andrew Yang in 2019 equating hawkishness towards China with hating all Asians: https://dailycaller.com/2019/03/14/andrew-yang-white-people-shoot-asians/
Shooter in Boulder, Colorado has an Arabic name and posted anti-Trump statements on social media: https://thenationalpulse.com/news/boulder-shooter-ahmad-al-issa-posted-anti-trump-messages/
Example of the media failing to even prove that attacks on Asians are motivated by racism: https://www.vice.com/en/article/m7az94/asian-uber-driver-who-was-assaulted-by-nightmare-riders-raises-dollar100k-from-gofundme-it-has-not-been-easy