Dana Nessel's struggle with white people

While her boss Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer is struggling to kvetch with anything Trump says, Attorney General Dana Nessel fights her own battle with the forces of evil: white people. 

Here is a lovely tweet by this dizzy politician.

Dana Nessel

@dananessel

I just can’t hear about one more black health care worker, police officer or bus driver die while getting a barrage of complaints from white folks outraged because they can’t go golfing.

7:48 PM · Apr 7, 2020

It is a pathetic pose.  It paints Nessel as a warrior fighting injustice under intolerable conditions. 

It is a picture of Snow White burdened with maybe a thousand white dragons wielding drivers and wedges.

Black people aren't the martyrs in her gospel; Dana Nessel is the martyr.  In her telling, she is the self-sacrificing hero driven to distraction by the plight of certain people while simultaneously exasperated to the point of rage at others.

Then there is the reality behind the self-portrait.

In fact, she stands for and fights for nothing.  She merely stands against and fights white people. 

That's not peace and love she is talking.  She is expressing her hate for white constituencies.

That an attorney general would have the width and depth of an old George Carlin routine is just sad.

That she would display it as a badge of honor is sordid.

While her boss Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer is struggling to kvetch with anything Trump says, Attorney General Dana Nessel fights her own battle with the forces of evil: white people. 

Here is a lovely tweet by this dizzy politician.

Dana Nessel

@dananessel

I just can’t hear about one more black health care worker, police officer or bus driver die while getting a barrage of complaints from white folks outraged because they can’t go golfing.

7:48 PM · Apr 7, 2020

It is a pathetic pose.  It paints Nessel as a warrior fighting injustice under intolerable conditions. 

It is a picture of Snow White burdened with maybe a thousand white dragons wielding drivers and wedges.

Black people aren't the martyrs in her gospel; Dana Nessel is the martyr.  In her telling, she is the self-sacrificing hero driven to distraction by the plight of certain people while simultaneously exasperated to the point of rage at others.

Then there is the reality behind the self-portrait.

In fact, she stands for and fights for nothing.  She merely stands against and fights white people. 

That's not peace and love she is talking.  She is expressing her hate for white constituencies.

That an attorney general would have the width and depth of an old George Carlin routine is just sad.

That she would display it as a badge of honor is sordid.