Have you seen the recent uproar from the media and the left for the Supreme Court even considering throwing out once and for all the Voting Rights Act?
According to them the South is fundamentally racist and should be punished forever with discriminatory laws.
SNL got on the act this past weekend:
During the Weekend Update segment of SNL tonight, Seth Meyers and host Kevin Hart mocked the Supreme Court for even considering the Voting Rights Act is outdated. Meyers found this just slightly hypocritical, saying “I don’t think you get to say what’s outdated when you’re a small council of old people in robes who decide our laws and can’t be fired.”
On the argument that the Voting Rights Act unfairly punishes the South, Meyers admitted that the North has “some of America’s best racists,” but compared the South to the Michael Jordan of racism. Hart told the justices that they can’t just do stuff like this because they have their “one black friend”: Clarence Thomas.
Hart mocked the idea it’s unconstitutional, saying black people for some reason are particularly sensitive about what’s considered constitutional. Meyers pointed out that if the South had its way, they would get their very own president, with Hart admitting he’s still nervous about traveling south of the Mason-Dixon line.
Meyers singled out Mississippi for being the one state that only just now got around to outlawing slavery, quipping that not only did it take them 150 years after Lincoln, but “they waited six months after Lincoln the movie.”
The disgusting prejudice against the Southern United States is still rampant in today's media and they will stop at nothing than to smear and bully its people.