Everything (That’s Not Sexism) Is Racism

Everything (That’s Not Sexism) Is Racism, by Clarice Feldman.

For some time now, Democrats have played the identity politics game, revving up grievances — real or imagined — of different ethnic groups with the only commonality a dismissive prejudice against middle-class white men. …

No one to my knowledge has done such a graphic for the sexism card, but this week Michelle Obama chimed in on the subject:

Former first lady Michelle Obama told an audience in Boston this week … “As far as I’m concerned, any woman who voted against Hillary Clinton voted against their own voice, in a way,” Obama said, as the crowd applauded.”

When her husband trounced Hillary in the primaries for the 2008 campaign, were they voting “against their own voice”? Or are they forgiven if they “voted against their voice” for someone part black? It gets harder to keep up with the changing rules about voice and who can – uhm — voice it and how.

If it’s not sexism or racism it’s Islamophobia — in all cases, sinning against one of the identity groups championed by the new left.