Gender Studies Professor at Rutgers University Claims ‘Time’ is Racist

Do you get the feeling that if President Donald Trump ate pancakes for breakfast tomorrow, liberals would suddenly claim that pancakes have always been racist? Ever since President Trump was elected, virtually everything has been declared racist.

For example, since 2017 we have learned that all of these things are racist symbols of white nationalism: Hoop earrings, quoting Beyoncé lyrics, all Dr. Seuss books, hiring a white actress to portray Egyptian queen Cleopatra (who was Greek), the movie ‘Dunkirk’ about British troops in World War II, Dove soap, urging illegal aliens to not dump tons of litter and human waste in national parks, wearing latex gloves, using the word “clan” (which is now confused with Klan by liberals who can’t spell), Taco Bell not serving french fries… and we could go on and on.

Well, now a Rutgers University gender and African studies professor has gotten in on the action as well. She needed to declare something racist for her thesis, because if she didn’t hurry up and pick something, all of the topics would be declared racist first and then she couldn’t sound original. And she found one before anyone else used it!

Are you ready? “Time” and everything associated with time is part of the white power structure that keeps minorities down. And holy cow — she even got to give a Ted Talk about it! If you’re wondering whether it’s worth it to send your kids to Rutgers, watch this video and it will settle that question for you, once and for all.


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