Readers are probably aware of today’s Disney death ride through Times Square. In it a now-customary white hispanic drove at-speed into a crowd with the intention to kill. At the conclusion of this endeavor, a very pretty white girl was left in the custody of coroners, and some 20 other barely alive bodies were left to lie in varying states of mangle. Though if any of those NYC victims feared their liberal family would rage at their injuries, those concerns were immediately alleviated by primal outbursts against the real culprits: right-wing Internet commenters.
Apparently some exotic theories about brown men murdering whites with vehicles (where would they have even come up with such an idea?) led to early speculation about a Muslim assailant. Then once it was learned the suspect was named Richard Rojas, some wondered as to his immigration status. This was considered to be typically irrational racism given there were probably fewer than 895 illegal aliens named Rojas within a half-mile of the carnage.
So after all the conjecture about Muslim truckers and Mexican squatters, what a poached egg on the face of alt-righters to learn the assailant was a regular legal American, just like you and me.
In dredging through liberal twitter for reactions, this was the one most common in composite: Ha ha he was a US citizen, you bloated imperial wizards! This exceeding the number of expressions of ambivalence over the murder of a teenaged girl by an approximate ratio of 100-0. Putting nazis in their place takes priority, you understand. Whether or not today’s broken survivors are nazis depends entirely on whether they believe this man is a white hispanic:
Of course the adjective “white” isn’t a racial description anymore, but a moral one. White hispanic means a hispanic who is natively good by virtue of being a Central American, but has fallen into whiteness by virtue of being evil. For those wondering, this isn’t actually why Washington crossed the Delaware.
Though what most warrants ridicule is the leftist elation at the legal status of Richard Rojas. It’s beyond their plane of reasoning, but crowing that he is an American citizen is an indictment of their creed, not a defense. I don’t know when the progenitors of the Rojas line first breaststroked the Rio Grande. Or if that swim was a more lengthy one from Puerto Rico. But at whatever point some federal lackey stamped their greasy papers wasn’t actually the point when something not us became so. It’s interesting that belief in alchemy of metals (turning lead into gold) was long ago consigned to quackery, while belief in alchemy of humans has never enjoyed broader appeal.
So to say men like Richard Rojas are citizens is to say citizenry has never meant less. It is to say that having millions of strangers with stamped papers is not congruent with having a nation. It is to say that whatever legality results in teenage girls being smeared across the streets by white hispanics is one long past its usefulness. It is to say there is a material difference between real blood and fake countrymen. Especially when one is running down the storm drains.