BlueAnon is real. And compared to it, QAnon is penny ante.
But that’s mostly because, unlike the Q people, the BlueAnon kooky conspiracies aren’t disseminated by random nobodies on 4-Chan. Instead, they’re found on the pages of the Washington Post, the New York Times, CNN, MSNBC, and verified Twitter accounts.
In an effort to continue to smear Donald Trump, the media is shining a gigantic Klieg light on hate crime attacks on Asian Americans. See, it’s Trump’s fault that Asians are getting attacked on the street or in the subway. Trump caused this by calling the Wuhan virus the Wuhan or China virus.
Even Biden’s Press Secretary Jen Psircle is a BlueAnon believer. After the scraggly-bearded sex addict shot up massage parlors in Atlanta, Psircle said:
“I think there’s no question that some of the damaging rhetoric we saw during the prior administration blaming … you know, calling Covid the ‘Wuhan virus’ or other things led to … you know … perceptions of the Asian-American community that are inaccurate, unfair, have raised … you know … threatening … has elevated threats against Asian Americans. And we’re seeing that around the country.”
“No question.” You know.
In QAnon, you must “trust the plan.”
In BlueAnon, you must not … you know … question the plan.
Of course, attacks against Asians have been quite commonplace in certain parts of the country – namely in large urban areas. And they’ve been happening for … you know … decades. The most infamous example was during the LA Riots in 1992 where black rioters targeted Asian-owned businesses for looting and destruction.
Those attacks gave rise to the legendary “Rooftop Koreans” who stood guard over their businesses armed with rifles and shotguns.
But for the BlueAnon “Trump is to blame” narrative, pointing out how long-standing this racial tension has been between inner city blacks and Asians is not allowed because all of human history began on January 20, 2017.
Nor are you allowed to point out that the majority of the current spate of targeted assaults are being perpetrated by black men in cities Biden won by an astronomical margin.
The most recent attack happened just the other day and was caught on security video. It is a grisly and infuriating thing to watch — not just because of the attack itself, but also because of the horrifying indifference from those who witnessed it.
Thankfully, the monster who brutally attacked this woman has been apprehended. And, no. He wasn’t a white supremacist fueled by Trump’s use of the term “China Virus.” He is a black man with a violent criminal record.
Reality keeps intruding on the “roving bands of White Supremacists are attacking Asians” narrative.
So how does BlueAnon handle this intrusion from reality?
If you guessed “They still blame White Supremacy,” you get a cookie.
Here’s Eugene Gu – the former Trump Troll and now BlueAnon devotee:
Now, as kooky as Eugene’s hot take might be, it is still nowhere near as insane as famous blue-check grievance peddler Tariq Nasheed’s:
Okay. Let me see if I can noodle this out.
Tariq is implying that some shadowy White Supremacist is working behind the scenes to coordinate and organize these attacks?
How does that work exactly?
I mean, does Tariq imagine somewhere in a hidden lair deep within a mountain, a white supremacist mastermind with Olympic-level powers of persuasion is recruiting and deploying inner city black men to carry out a series of attacks on Asians — all to deflect blame away from white people?
Those must be some industrial strength crazy flakes Tariq is eating. Because that isn’t just hilariously insane, it’s rises to the level of “you best call the men in white coats, Ma” insane.
But I have no doubt cable news idiots like the hapless Joy Reid or the gullible Chris Cuomo would gobble up Tariq’s conspiracy theory with a spoon.
BlueAnon’s central premise appears to be based on this: “We have a narrative, and facts that can’t be ignored completely must be twisted into insane knots to keep our narrative alive.”
Meanwhile, will anything be done in high crime urban areas where these kinds of attacks are a near-daily occurrence?
Most of these cities are either defunding police or slashing police budgets. Many of them have decided to no longer enforce “minor” crimes. And several of them have radical Leftist District Attorneys who are more focused on playing defense lawyer for the perpetrators than getting justice for victims.
But don’t worry. That won’t stop BlueAnon kooks from finding a way to blame it on white supremacy.
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