Queen Elizabeth II passed away on Thursday at the age of 96. She had a more fulfilling life than others and served as a symbol of goodness and hope for the nation she represented.
Before ascending to the throne in 1952 following the death of her father, the British queen participated in the Auxiliary Territorial Service during World War II. Since Britain’s transition to a constitutional and parliamentary system, she has been the monarch who has produced the most royals. No matter how one feels about the idea of a royal family, there is no denying that she was adored by both her country and many others outside of it.
Journalists are tasked with putting legacies into full context, so it is entirely appropriate to examine the queen and her role in the devastating impact of continued colonialism.— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) September 8, 2022
It is not appropriate to pursue legal action against a deceased person for all they did or did not do during their lifetime. The time is definitely not right to advance political myths for partisan advantage.
However, while acting in a manner that is less than monstrous may come effortlessly to most of us, it doesn’t to the woke left. These people are so insane that they erroneously think their ideologies and worldviews are at the center of everything that occurs. This is how you get a scorching take from a professor from Pennsylvania.
This is a CBS reporter. He also is one of those privileged elite who the media insists is a necessary voice only because he sees racism everywhere and anything he doesn’t like is racism and you’re a racist if you disagree with him. Yet he is considered an objective reporter. pic.twitter.com/8yJlvs30hO— Erick Erickson (@EWErickson) September 8, 2022
Even if Queen Elizabeth II had been an actual queen in power, it would not be acceptable to degrade her in death. It is absurd to hold her responsible for the Iraq War or the African carnage.
POV: you’re 19, going into 6-figure debt at Carnegie Mellon, getting lectured by this professor on “Blackness in multilingualism.”— Blake Masters (@bgmasters) September 8, 2022
“Maybe we shouldn’t rejoice when a 96yo woman dies?” you say. Uju frowns, gives you an F. You register to vote & cast a ballot for @DrOz this Nov. pic.twitter.com/jNchvkyWIq
They also make their heinous claims with complete confidence that they are on the moral high ground. Jemele Hill, Wesley Lowrey, and Uju Anya are wealthy elites who profit from the prosperity of a country they despise. Instead of being victims, they are much more likely to be the aggressors who use their platforms to incite outrageous, irrational hatred.