Sherry Frost lives in a protected Liberal ghetto. That means she can say or do just about anything and expect to get re-elected every two years for as long as she chooses to run for office. And while that may be bad for liberty, it’s great for blogging!
Frost is a goldmine of gaffes, not the least of which is this one.
The child in the MAGA hat’s parents should file a formal complaint and perhaps even a lawsuit against Sherry Frost.
Not only is Frost stereotyping and discriminating against this individual for wearing a Make America Great Again hat, but she is also perpetuating a hoax. The Okay symbol was never a sign of white power. That was a joke created by internet trolls to, well, mess with people like Representative Sherry Frost.
The “OK” hand gesture originated as one of these hoaxes in February 2017 when an anonymous 4channer announced “Operation O-KKK,” telling other members that “we must flood Twitter and other social media websites…claiming that the OK hand sign is a symbol of white supremacy.” The user even provided a helpful graphic showing how the letters WP (for “white power”) could be traced within an “OK” gesture. The originator and others also suggested useful hashtags to help spread the hoax, such as #PowerHandPrivilege and #NotOkay. “Leftists have dug so deep down into their lunacy,” wrote the poster, “We must force [them] to dig more, until the rest of society ain’t going anywhere near that s***.”
Frost can’t get out of the way of her liberal privilege and left-wing supremacy to stop herself from publicly accusing a child of white-supremacy.
And it is neither here nor there if any real racists have taken the hoax to heart or embraced it. No one, certainly not elected public officials should be permitted to randomly smear children who happen to use a hand signal that is nearly universally understood as just meaning, Okay!
What Frost has done is not okay.
But like I said, it’s good for blogging.