Huffpo wants to ‘cancel’ black celebs who speak out against riots and destruction

Huffpo wants to ‘cancel’ black celebs who speak out against riots and destruction
Chicago retail store in flames. CBS 2 Chicago video, YouTube

[Ed. – America in 2020 is one sick puppy.]

Cancel Culture has ratcheted into high gear in the wake of the George Floyd riots, with a soccer player getting fired for his wife’s tweet, a church losing its lease over a pastor “liking” supposedly insensitive tweets, and New York Times op-ed editor James Bennet stepping down amid outrage that he published an op-ed by a U.S. senator. Huffpost’s Taryn Finley apparently wants to redirect Cancel Culture — against black celebrities who refuse to toe the line on the left’s race narrative.

Her headline, “Yes, Silence Can Be Violence — But These Celebs Should Shut Up,” included a picture of — you guessed it — black celebrities. …

Finley suggests that every time a black celebrity “outs themselves as strong and wrong about the Black Lives Matter movement,” she wants them to “go.” Just in case it wasn’t clear what she meant, she included a tweet about canceling celebrities.

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