There are few American success stories quite like Oprah Winfrey’s.
Yet, she always wants to play the victim.
And Oprah just backed Black Lives Matter with a statement that will infuriate you.
Oprah Winfrey grew up in poverty, in a situation that most at the time said should have defined her life.
But despite her beginnings, she was able to build a massive media empire, that has made her into a billionaire.
Her life story should quash all the claims of Black Lives Matter, which alleges that America is an irredeemably racist country that needs to be entirely rebuilt.
So, she should be the first to speak out against their movement, which is led by self-admitted Marxists.
But, not shockingly, she is instead cashing in on the movement, and trying to play the victim card to advance herself, and her media empire.
In her new series, The Oprah Winfrey Conversation, she spoke about race issues.
She spoke about how nobody can move forward without acknowledging past injustices.
With that point, she questions, “how do you think that acknowledgement of what has been done in this country in terms of racial injustice?”
She goes on to question, “Is it reparations? What is it? How does it show itself?”
Winfrey then goes on to complain about non-existent systematic racism.
“As long as you live in a country where even administrators — people who are in charge of our government — don’t believe that there is systemic racism, I don’t know how you have restoration,” Winfrey claimed.
If there was “systematic racism” against black people, as Winfrey claimed, there would have been no way for her to climb the ladder to her position today.
There are no systems in place that are designed to oppress minorities.
If one were to argue about systematic racism, they could point to government programs like affirmative action or college admissions quotas, which largely effect white and Asian Americans.
But she will never point at those systems, because she agrees with them, and it reveals the ultimate goal of those arguing against so-called “systematic racism.”
Oprah Winfrey is proof that anybody can move up in the United States, but the policies she promotes would completely change that, and punish people who had nothing to do with past injustices.