Media Accuses Firefighter Recruits of 'Possibly' Making 'White Supremacist' Hand Gesture

Posted: Jan 16, 2020 4:40 PM
Media Accuses Firefighter Recruits of 'Possibly' Making 'White Supremacist' Hand Gesture

Source: AP Photo/Larry Downing

The liberal media's latest evidence of the surge in white supremacy said to be sweeping the entire country involves a photograph of D.C. Fire Department recruits flashing the "OK" hand sign during a photo taken back in April. How many times does the media expect us to fall for this?

D.C. Fire Department recruits might be making "white power" hand gesture in photo

— CBS News (@CBSNews) January 16, 2020

The U.S. Military Academy at West Point and the U.S. Naval Academy just finished an investigation finding the cadets attending the Army-Navy Football Game, accused of flashing the "white supremacist" hand sign on national television, were in fact just playing the "circle game" -- a game where the person making the "OK" sign gets to punch other players in the arm who happen to look at the "OK" hand sign as it's being made. What better way for someone to win the game than by flashing the "OK" hand sign in pictures and videos everyone is going to see? 

It may be a dumb game, but what's really dumb is pretending like the circle game is evidence that some kind of Klan rally must be going on. In the case of the Army-Navy Football Game, President Trump was attending the matchup so race-obsessed leftists were in overdrive looking for any excuse to smear the president as a racist that day. 

What threat is the "OK" hand sign even supposed to represent? Leftists should go back to planting nooses and faking their own hate crimes, like Jussie Smollett, because trying to turn the common "OK" hand sign into a symbol of "white supremacy" is really just having the effect of turning media outlets into symbols of fake news.