Sarah Jeong is the Left’s latest exploding cigar

Wow. That was fast.

Usually Operation Backfire takes a week or two to blow up in the faces of the Left.

In my column about Sarah Jeong on Friday, I said I didn’t really care if the New York Times fires her or not.

And like everything else the Left does, the decision to retain an open bigot will backfire. It will blow up in their faces like a trick cigar.

So why on earth would we demand that they fire her?

You know the old saying. Never interfere with your enemy when he is making a mistake.

And doubling down and defending the Asian David Duke is a profound mistake.

That was two days ago.

And the backfire over Sarah Jeong is already happening.

For days now, they’ve been sanctimoniously screeching that minorities can’t be racist.

It’s impossible, see.

Racism is bigotry + power.

And since minorities have no power, they can’t be racist because blah blah blah intersectional blah social construct blah.

Leave aside the fact that this logic is so ridiculous that anyone who twists themselves into that kind of a pretzel has a promising career in Cirque du Soleil.

That’s not my point.

My point is defending this bigot is already backfiring on them.

Last night, black comedian Terrence K. Williams appeared on Watters World and made fun of Sarah Jeong.

[See the video clip at Mediaite]

He said, “I don’t know if this lady is Chinese or Japanese or crazy-nese.”

And, in mocking the New York Times’ lame “she was only imitating the racists who attacked her” excuse, Williams responded by saying, “There is something wrong with them fortune cookies that Ling Ling’s eating.”

And now the Left has to trample all over their “minorities can’t be racist” argument to excoriate Williams for making jokes about the woman who made jokes about white people.

This is the problem with going way out on a limb to defend a racist. In no time, you find yourself having to saw off the very limb you’ve crawled out on to.

In other words, it blows up in your face like a trick cigar.

I suppose Terrence K. Williams could say that he was merely imitating the racist comments Sarah Jeong was spewing on Twitter.

Because, you know, that worked for Sarah Jeong.

Oh, honey. You’re singin’ my song.

Of course it backfires.

Every single tactic the Left uses backfires spectacularly.

That’s the problem with pushing too hard and too far.

That’s the problem with not having actual principles.

The Left’s entire ideology is based on shifting sand.

It’s a house of cards.

It’s a trick cigar that they always light thinking “this time it won’t explode in my face.”

You ready for more?

Candace Owens tweeted out one of the racist Sarah Jeong tweets word-for-word only changing White to Black.

Guess what happened?

She got suspended from Twitter for twelve hours.

How can you not be endlessly entertained by this?

Because I find it all manner of entertaining.

Now do you understand why I said just stand back?

They just can’t help themselves.

Everything they do backfires on them. Everything.

So fire up the Orville Redenbacher.

Kick back and grab yourself a beer.

And enjoy the fireworks.

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7 thoughts on “Sarah Jeong is the Left’s latest exploding cigar

  • August 5, 2018 at 4:47 pm

    Face it, the worst thing we can do to this girl, is never mention her name.
    You gotta realize that anyone who tweets this level and amount of bullspit …
    And is Korean with pink hair…has to be an attention whore…

  • August 5, 2018 at 5:35 pm

    How did Candace Owens get suspended? She is black!

    • August 6, 2018 at 1:06 pm

      Politics trumps race.

  • August 5, 2018 at 5:50 pm

    Most times, the left overplays their hand….like they’re playing hearts and trying to run the deck but at the end of the day, they’ve eaten 25 points because on the last trick, they led with a two of clubs and the person with a higher club ate the last heart in the deal.

    That’s why I love to sit back and watch them self destruct.

  • August 5, 2018 at 7:18 pm

    like sideshow bob stepping on rakes.

  • August 6, 2018 at 7:12 am

    The left almost seems they are satirizing themselves with selecting people like Jeong, You have to wonder if this is part of a strategy. We make fun of people like Jeong but we need to keep an eye on the magician’s other hand,

  • August 6, 2018 at 12:34 pm

    Well done Dianny!

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