Springsteen is worried about KKK in a bottle:
“When you let that genie out of the bottle — racism, bigotry, intolerance — when you let those things out of the bottle, they don’t go back in the bottle that easily, if they go back in at all. Whether it’s a rise in hate crimes, people feeling that they have license to speak and behave in ways that previously were considered un-American, and are un-American. That’s what he’s appealing to.And so my fear is that those things find a place in ordinary, civil society, demeans the discussion and events of the day, and the country changes in a way that is unrecognizable, and we become estranged… Those are all dangerous things, and he hasn’t even taken office yet. So we gotta wait and see. But those are certainly the implications, and you also look at who he’s been picking for his Cabinet, that doesn’t speak very well for what’s coming up.
But he should be worried about the apparent shortage of KKK in a container. It is so low, some media outlets are having to manufacture it for consumption:
The producers of a defunct doc about the KKK handed members of the hate group wads of money to burn.Klu Klux Klan leaders say they were paid thousands in cold cash to appear on a now canceled A&E “documentary” series — they also allege that producers shelled out money for materials for the white supremacists to build huge wooden crosses and Nazi swastikas that were later set on fire to add drama to the show, reports Variety.The hate group’s leaders allege that they were paid between $500 and $600 in cash each day of filming.Producers filmed for between three to eight days at a time each month for about four or five months in mid-2016, KKK members told the entertainment industry trade magazine.
If you have not figured out that the tidal wave of bullshit will keep coming from the Left Media, you better wake up and put on the galoshes. They invested too much in both monetary and spiritual capital on the Racism taken over Washington DC (Too late, way too many White Separatists in the Beltway, but they just don’t wear robes, only expensive suits) that they have no issue manufacturing Klukers to fill the thirst for the addiction they created.
I do believe we are now officially in an era in which the most “realistic” Reality TV/Documentary show is professional wrestling.