There are some folks who are going to be offended by everything. Or, they will be offended and then come up with a reason after.

For example, many years ago I was on the phone with a very disagreeable customer service call center over the company in question changing a service appointment without telling me. I was talking to them for about then minutes, when I said, “I don’t know what you people think you’re doing…”

Then came the “what do you mean YOU PEOPLE”. This call center rep was trying to accuse me of some racial nonsense when I was talking to them on the phone. See how silly this can get?

This won’t end well for the left.

As radical and radicalized mobs engage in an orgy of destruction from coast to coast, attacking symbols of the Confederacy, Christopher Columbus and even heroes of the war the destroyed the slave-holding South, leftist activist Shaun King took the current craze to its next step:

An attack on representations of Jesus Christ that don’t conform to a given view of what the most important figure in the history of the world actually looked like.

And King minced no words in a Twitter post about it. Depictions of Jesus as a European — contrary to what scholars conjecture a Jewish man would look like in Galilee in the time of Caesar Augustus — are a “form of white supremacy,” he wrote in a Twitter post.

And it’s not just statues, either.

“All murals and stained glass windows of white Jesus, and his European mother, and their white friends should also come down,” King wrote in a follow-up post.

Consider the lunacy that’s descended upon the land:

Mobs have expanded from attacking symbols of the Old South to pulling down a Columbus statue in Minnesota to vandalizing the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, as CNN reported. Moronically, in San Francisco, leftists even pulled down a statue of Ulysses S. Grant, the Civil War general (and later president) who defeated the Confederacy on the battlefield and ended slavery in the United States.

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