You know what else in racist in America? National Parks. And, well, trees, especially when they're clumped together in woods.
On his conservative radio talk show yesterday, Rush Limbaugh revealed just how far the radical Left is willing to go in turning minority groups into victims. Rush referenced a Front Page Mag piece, which revealed that:
— National Parks are racist because they tend to be full of trees. This mind-boggling claim is pushed by two people involved in the National Park Service who say black people feel unwelcome when they're in National Parks because they surrounded by trees, which remind them of lynchings by slave masters. National Parks diversity advisor Carolyn Finney claims that “oppression and violence against black people in forests and other green spaces can translate into contemporary understandings that constrain African-American environmental understandings.”
— Ranger uniforms are racist because they look like Border Patrol uniforms and scare Latinos. The Hispanic Access Foundation made this claim, despite the fact that the uniforms are very different. And despite the fact that their claim sounds particularly offensive because it suggests that most Latinos in America are here illegally and have reason to fear.
— National Parks are racist to their core because protecting tracts of nature is something privileged white people have long done. Finney also made that claim, saying that, “Preserving wild places is a white concept, going back to Rome.” It appears she's saying that simply being white and "privileged" means anything you do is driven by racism.
After bringing up the story, Rush asked a caller, "Is it not one of the stupidest things you've ever heard?"
Indeed. No matter how much you do to be inclusive and tolerant, you can't satisfy the Left.