In case you weren’t tired of Washington Post editors calling for revenge against white people, New York Times writers labeling white people ‘barbaric’ subhumans, spokespeople for major corporations saying ‘all white people’ are born the most violent force of nature on earth, the hundreds of random violent anti-white attacks that have occurred just since May, politicians offering free healthcare to only black people, or companies waiving fees for only black-owned businesses, Instagram and Giphy have something in store for you.
Presenting, the new ‘mute white people’ button.
For those asking if it’s real: pic.twitter.com/2Hl2YvDEqh
— Ashley StClair 🇺🇸 (@stclairashley) July 13, 2020
— Aubrey Huff (@aubrey_huff) July 13, 2020
— Pardes Seleh (@PardesSeleh) July 13, 2020
— Zoroaster (@Covid009) July 13, 2020
If you’re offended you have white fragility apparently. Welcome to 2020, where racism is endorsed by social media platforms like Instagram. pic.twitter.com/U3jAzuBZGH
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) July 13, 2020
— Emily (@Emi___Grace) July 13, 2020
Pinned to the top of the Instagram twitter page, is a disclaimer about racism. “We stand against racism in all its forms,” Instagram proclaims. Apparently, this does not include anti-white attacks.
the sticker option is the number one GIF option when searching for mute, neither Instagram nor Giphy has commented on this as of yet.
We stand against racism in all its forms. We stand in solidarity with the Black community.
— Instagram (@instagram) June 6, 2020