posted on Dec, 18 2019 @ 10:51 PM
a reply to: thesearchfortruth
Perhaps a lot of it is due to societal pressures, and there existing specific terms for minorities that are Conservative. There are a lot more
Conservative minorities than is let on in media, specifically because any minority that makes their presence known while Conservative gets attacked
Some examples of this. Alan Keyes, Herman Cain, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Ben Carson, Dinesh D'Souza and Bobby Jindal. Those are just names from off
the top of my head. Every one of the Black people I listed were attacked as "Uncle Toms". Every Hispanic was attacked as a "traitor". Those of
decent from India are attacked as "conspiracy theorists".
To put it in perspective, I will use Kanye West as a further example that everyone has heard of, both political and non-political. The fact that he
would even dare to talk to Trump or could support him in any way made him "crazy" according to the media!
They are there, they are just never put in the light of being minorities that are Conservative, because it doesn't fit the media narrative. They
immediately get a target put on their backs, and are viciously attacked for daring to even entertain Conservative ideas.