Why I Discriminate And You Should, Too

I’m just going to come right out and say it: I discriminate.

I’m already feeling lighter now that I’ve gotten that off of my chest. Yes, I do discriminate.

You know who wants you to believe discriminating is always a bad thing? The Left.

The Left is very good with linguistics. Liberals often take certain words and make them sound bad or sound good. For example, they make “abortion” sound as if it’s simply practicing “planned parenthood” — which implies responsibility. In reality, abortion kills children.

On the other hand, the word “discrimination” has become a dirty word. The Left says you’re not allowed to do it.

Quite frankly, I think we need to discriminate. I do it all the time.

How so? This morning I jotted down a few examples of when I discriminate. I share them with you so you can feel comfortable sharing your list with your friends:

When I hire for childcare and for assistants who will be in my home. If I don’t feel comfortable having you around my kids, why would I employ you?        

When I choose restaurants to eat at or hotels. If a place looks grubby and unappealing — I’m not going to spend my money there. 

If I speak to a girl who says crazy things or who has a victim mentality, or if they tell me they ‘had a Xanax because they had a feeling,’ — guess what, I’m not going to be friends with them. 

When I was dating … I once tried to date someone shorter than me, but it didn’t work. Everybody has their own preferences when dating. 

I also don’t want my kids to be around men who paint their nails or wear dresses. Other parents can say, ‘Yay! Let’s be accepting,’ but I am not going to do that. If I see you, I’m going to cross the street with my kids, OK?

Any person by themselves at a playground. That’s a big red flag for me. If I go to a playground and you’re there by yourself — no kids, not meeting any parent for a playdate, or whatever —  I am leaving that area. Why would I risk having my kids near a stranger like that even if they look totally normal? There’s no scenario where an adult should be at a playground alone.

I discriminate against doctors, dentists, and trainers. I don’t want an unhealthy doctor, a dentist with bad teeth, or Lizzo as my trainer.

Discrimination is a survival mechanism. We need more of it. You know what happens when you stop discriminating? Unnecessary victimhood. You place yourself in vulnerable situations that could have been avoided.

So when somebody gives us that feeling — as my mother used to say “the heebie-jeebies” — we need to lean into that.

I actually think that society would be safer if we had less tolerance and said no to certain things more. What’s happening today is insanity.

For instance, shouldn’t we as a society say “no” to Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Office of Spent Fuel and Waste Disposition Sam Brinton? You’ve all seen Brinton — the Energy official who loves to wear dresses and make-up. I wouldn’t trust him around my children. There are many odd photos of him online.

Leftists and the legacy media saw Brinton and said, “Oh, my God, diversity!  It’s amazing. It’s so inclusive and we love it.”

I thought, ‘I’d like to discriminate against that. I don’t want my tax dollars to go toward that. I just feel like that person needs to stay away from me and my family. I don’t want them in positions of power. I don’t want to invest in that in any way, not even with my tax dollars.’

Well, if we had a healthy dose of discrimination, perhaps he wouldn’t have been in a position to reportedly steal airport luggage from two women.

He’s been in the news recently because an arrest warrant has been issued for the controversial Biden administration official in connection with a second alleged theft at an airport in Las Vegas. Brinton has already been placed on leave after he allegedly stole a woman’s luggage at Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP) International Airport late last month. Authorities in Nevada recognized him after seeing him on the news and re-opened their case against him.

In each instance, he is accused of stealing a suitcase from the carousel, according to police. He checked the suitcase tag, ripped it off, and then quickly walked away according to security footage.

Why? Because he’s a freak. That’s why. It seems he has a weird fetish involving women’s clothing — especially women he doesn’t know.

If only we as a nation were willing to practice less tolerance — like when we saw him wearing those dresses with high slits — this all could have been avoided.

All of this to say, ladies and gentlemen, I do openly discriminate against weirdos and freaks. I encourage you to do the same.

It’s not always a bad thing.

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