Black racialist Ta-Nehisi Coates of The Atlantic is back to his black racialist ways again with a recent video based on a a recent article of his that described President Trump as a man propelled by the "force of whiteness."
In the video, Coates eschews calling Trump a neo-Nazi white supremacist and instead castigates the people who voted for him as reactionary whites looking to bring back the good old days of subjugated blacks.
"It is impossible to imagine Donald Trump without the force of whiteness," the video begins. "That''s just all there is!"
That means forget the economy, forget Hillary Clinton's abysmal candidacy, forget everything, because whiteness is "all there is."
He continued, "When you ask yourself why majorities of white people across socioeconomic demographics, across gender lines, across education lines, would endorse someone who only had whiteness to offer and all you come to is tribalism. That's all that's left."
Coates seems baffled that a majority of whites voted for Trump, not just the white working class; he claimed they had no excuse other than the pushing of whiteness, because the "essence of his identity was the negation of Barack Obama." To Coates' credit here, that may be the case, but only because Obama pushed a radical leftist agenda that sowed division between the races and curtailed religious freedom.
"There's never been a situation in which a white male seeking to be President could use a black president as a foil," Coates lamented. "Never has there been a President that allows you to say 'I'm not a n–gger.'"
Wherever Coates obtained that last tidbit about the N-word remains as elusive as his sanity. But I digress: carry on there, Mr. Coates.
"Donald Trump is distinguished of being a white male who ran on whiteness as his soul attribute," he concluded. "It's very hard to accept a majority of white people would do something like this. It's hard. And for white reasons, about which I mean, for reasons of power. Not for blonde reasons or blue-eyed reasons, but for reasons of pure power. It's tough to take."
So was this video.