Filmmaker Ami Horowitz has put forth a fantastic video that completely dismantles the left-wing myth of white privilege by using the Left's own words against them.
The video begins with Horowitz interviewing a number of white people at a so-called "White Privilege Conference" in Kansas City, Missouri, and asking them if they believe that every white person is a beneficiary of white privilege. The white leftists say yes, with one lady saying that she feels "super guilty all the time." In fact, a number of the white leftists Horowitz interviewed claimed that all whites in America are racist.
Then Horowitz asked the same people if it was "wrong to judge people collectively." They all answered yes, seemingly unaware of the obvious contradiction that Horowitz caught them in.
When Horowitz proceeded to ask them how white privilege benefited them that day, none of them were able to give a coherent answer except one who said he "sat in my room until 12:30 this morning." Despite the lack of examples of how white privilege gave them a leg up that day, the white leftists maintained that white privilege is an impediment to blacks every day.
So Horowitz decided to go to Jackie Robinson Housing Projects in Harlem to ask blacks if they felt that they were "consumed with the idea of white privilege" on a daily basis. Much to the chagrin of race-baiting white leftists, they all said no.
One lady said, "My mom didn't raise me to view color as the object of anything." Another lady said that it was harmful to spread the myth of privilege because it gives black kids "no hope." One man flat-out called white privilege "a myth," citing the fact that he had seen a number of kids in the housing project go on to lead successful careers.
But it was the man running a food stand on the street who said it best in the video: "It's America. If you're willing to put forth an effort, you'll do what you gotta do." He later added, "If you let something stop you, then that's you."
The video then circles back to one female white leftist who is asked if white people need to shut up; she responds by saying, "White people should definitely shut the f*** up." Once again, she seemed to be unaware of the thick irony.
To add the cherry on top, the video ends with Hillary Clinton saying in her usual robotic-like voice, "We white Americans need to do a better job of listening when African-Americans talk."
The full video can be seen below or on Facebook: