Candace Owens: “Why Doesn’t ‘If You Don’t Like Me, You’re a Racist’ Work Like It Used to?”

By Craig Bannister | December 4, 2019 | 11:59am EST
Candace Owens (Getty Images/Zach Gibson)

“Why doesn’t ‘if you don’t like me, you’re a racist’ work like it used to?” conservative commentator and Blexit movement leader Candace Owens asked Tuesday, reacting to news that Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) had ended her 2020 presidential campaign.

Owens mockingly tweeted that she was “DEVASTATED to hear that @SenKamalaHarris dropped out!” – feigning surprise that Harris’ shopworn identity politics failed to guilt more Americans into supporting her campaign:

“DEVASTATED to hear that @SenKamalaHarris dropped out!

“I really thought the fake ganja-smoking lady with a washed up Hillary 2016 message of ‘but I’m a woman’ would go all the way. Confusing times! Why doesn’t “if you don’t like me, you’re a racist” work like it used to?”

Owens' Blexit movement is an effort to introduce conservative principles to urban society.

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