My elderly grandmother recently told me that the way to #resist racism is not with more racism. I wasn’t entirely sure how to respond to that, so I sprayed her in the eyes with bear mace and called her a Nazi.
Now I feel kind of bad because my mom had to drive her to the hospital where they both caught COVID.
Moving forward, how can I counter such a statement with words so as to avoid any further assault charges?
~ Anticash Jordan ☭
You have zero reason to feel guilty because your grandmother was clearly in the wrong.
Racism, you see, is like wealth; there exists a fixed quantity, and it’s merely a question of how it gets distributed.
This is not to suggest that your grandmother is a bigot — perhaps she is simply suffering from the onset of dementia. Either way, I suggest you put her in a home. I hear there are some rather lovely ones in New York.
To avoid future assault charges, I strongly suggest moving to a Democrat-controlled city.
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