You may not criticize a black woman


Particularly if one is a white man. From the puke inducing CNN:

“A white cartoonist’s depiction of Serena Williams breaking her racket during the U.S. Open final — which led to one of the three controversial penalties she received before losing the match to Naomi Osaka — sparked widespread backlash on Monday. Author J.K. Rowling was one influential voice who weighed in on the polarizing illustration, calling the cartoon “racist” on Twitter….”

The cartoon in question:

From the Herald Sun.

The problem that the SJW hordes have with this is that it depicts her, (zher?) in a completely accurate manner.

Some pretend Australian who plays chase the ball in the NBL is truly disappointed. Truly.

Really, truly disappointed. As a pretend Australian.

Worryingly, it appears that the cartoonist, Mark Knight, is completely unfamiliar with SJWs and their behavior.

“My wife and children are copping threats and insults on their Instagram accounts. I’ve tried to reply to these people but they just won’t listen … I’m not racist, the week before I did a cartoon on the death of Aretha … some days you’re a hero, some days you’re a pariah.”

That sort of quote only gets the SJWs licking their lips and rubbing their hands with glee. Someone get a copy of SJWs always lie into his hands quickly. Mistakes that Mark has made in that quote alone:

  • Trying to reply and engage with his accusers. They don’t want your engagement, they want your destruction.
  • Attempting to declare that you are not racist. You are white and you publicly criticized a high profile black woman – you are racist.
  • Appealing to logic such as your cartoon of Aretha Franklin the week before. Another cartoon of a black woman?? Racist!!
  • Thinking that it will all blow over in a few days. They’re just getting started.

Let’s see over the next few days how Mark goes with battling the SJWs in what appears to be a very one-sided fight. Will he still have a job by the end of the week? You tell me.

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