No Joke: Michigan and Nevada Declare RACISM “Public Health Crisis”

( Democrats in 2020 are a Republican parody of the Democrats from 2020. The party has embraced all the talking points of fringe, radical left-wing extremists who had little influence over the party until fairly recently. It has culminated in violent riots all over the United States that they claim are in the name of “racial justice,” and now the declaration of racism as a “public health crisis” in the states of Michigan and Nevada.

Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, who is best known for her excessive lockdown measures that banned people from doing gardening on their own properties and purchasing “non-essential” items from the supermarket, even launched a Black Leadership Advisory Council that she says will “elevate Black voices” during this racist public health crisis.

“Today, I also signed an executive directive declaring racism as a public health crisis in Michigan,” Whitmer announced on Wednesday. “We have a lot of work to do to eradicate the systemic racism that Black Americans have faced for generations, and it’s going to take time. But the most important thing we can do during this time is work closely with leaders across the state, in every community, to find the root cause of problems and work to eradicate them.”

Governor Whitmer’s vague speech did not outline any examples of how black people are discriminated against, or what opportunities they do not have that other races do. She didn’t do this, presumably, because it is illegal to discriminate against people based on their race in the United States. That is unless you’re white and then it’s perfectly fine.

In Nevada, Democratic Governor Steve Sisolak also signed a public health crisis proclamation that put racism at the core of the problem.

“Institutional and systemic racism has gone on far too long in this country and in this State,” he said without providing any examples of systemic or institutional racism. How likely do you think it is he could provide those examples when pressed, and whether he could even tell you the difference between “institutional” and “systemic” racism?