Democrats Accused of Cultural Appropriation by “Insomniacs,” a New Far Left Movement
by Maxwell Paddington
June 10, 2020
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Yesterday, Nancy Pelosi and other Democratic lawmakers announced police reform legislation following weeks of protests over police brutality, but stopped short of supporting the “Defund the Police” initiative. The congressmen and women each wore cloth scarves bearing colorful geometric Ghanaian designs called kente, which were provided by members of the Congressional Black Caucus to wear as a show of solidarity.
This drew sharp criticism from an international, ultra far-left movement emerging from Woke culture, dubbed “insomniacs.” Insomniacs view Woke as too moderate, as evidenced by yesterday’s outrage over African-American cultural appropriation. “Stop using Africans and African cultures as props to deflect criticism. We are not your props,” said Nuru Soyinka, a Nigerian journalist and insomniac.
“Stop leveraging African culture to suit your own political purposes. The U.S. Congressional Black Caucus is no more African, than I am American,” she added.
Sometime being woke isn’t enough.
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