Milk is racist! It is white. It is wholesome. It is as American as apple pie. Therefore, it is racist!
You read that right. The left is all aclamor with their newest boogeyman. Milk! Their argument is that milk is very healthy for the diet of white people, but not black people. It has to do with osteoporosis, which Caucasians suffer from in large numbers but is much more rare among African-Americans. Therefore, RACISM!
Seriously, you can’t make this stuff up, and the Snowflakes (all of which are white, by the way) are crying their poor little hearts out. They LOVE milk, but can’t drink it anymore because RACISM!
I wonder if chocolate milk, which is a politically correct color, is racist. I suppose my favorite milk companion, Oreos, is sort of interracial, and I don’t want to offend anyone, so no more milk and cookies for me.
I recall as a youngster watching my grandfather milk his Holstein cow, which was black and white, but much more white than black. Naive and innocent as I was I didn’t get the racist connection at that tender age. I always thought it was funny though when Grandpa would angle a teet away from the bucket and squirt his cat in the face, which was always hanging around at milking time. It was a snow white cat too. Little racist bastard!
From The Washington Times
If you drink milk, you may be a neo-Nazi racist, reports
“You, along with the rest of the nation, have been so accustomed to hearing the benefits of milk that you probably didn’t even realize the subtle racism hidden in our health facts,” Ms. Diaz pens.
She continues: “It may not surprise you that the United States was founded on racism. That every institution we uphold has racist roots that are sometimes difficult to catch and even harder to fight against. This phenomenon affects our voter ID laws, state testing and, yes, even our federal dietary guidelines. But how can our health guidelines, a system meant to be built upon scientific fact alone, have racist messages? Where there is a deep-rooted tradition to suppress an entire race’s existence, there’s a way.”
And yes, it all comes down to milk.