Yet another attack for absolutely no reason. The Left is insane with their fake racism charges. We all had it already. The more they do this, the more they all look like fools. This fast clip sums up how EVERYONE is thinking on this…
HOW TF IS THAT BLACKFACE….
— iheartwolfie (@wolfhatfacts) November 28, 2023
In a recent incident, a journalist, Carron J. Phillips, stirred controversy by publicly shaming a young Kansas City Chiefs fan who wore a native headdress and had his face painted black and red for a game. Phillips wrote a detailed article for Deadspin, urging the NFL to “speak out” against the young boy, estimated to be around 9 or 10 years old.
The crux of Phillips’ complaint centered around the accusation of “blackface,” as he used an image that conveniently obscured the other side of the fan’s face, which was painted red. Despite the clear presence of red paint, Phillips falsely claimed the child was engaging in a racially insensitive act.
Deadspin refused to tell @DailyCaller if it will change its misleading assertion that a child Kansas City Chiefs fan was in blackface.
The child painted his face both red and black and was wearing the team’s iconic headdress.
— Reagan Reese (@reaganreese_) November 28, 2023
When confronted about the oversight, Phillips doubled down on his stance, arguing that the red paint on the other half of the face somehow exacerbated the situation. This assertion, however, disregards the fact that red and black are the official colors of the Kansas City Chiefs, suggesting a team spirit rather than an offensive act.
This race-hustling loser is tripling-down on attacking a young kid as “Racist!” for wearing Kansas City Chiefs face-paint. These bottom-feeders do this because we let them. We lower our standards to appease them. Stop cowing to them. Ridicule and ostracize them instead – Mike Davis
Phillips took a defensive stance by blocking replies to his post, but faced substantial criticism in comments from other platforms. The incident raised questions about the journalist’s approach, with some speculating that his criticism might be motivated by personal bias against white individuals.
Deadspin is trying to destroy a little kids life because he painted his face the colors of the Kansas City Chiefs
This boy did NOT wear Blackface but you know who did?
— Alec Lace (@AlecLace) November 27, 2023
A significant aspect of the controversy is Phillips’ claim to being awarded the Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists’ ‘journalist of the year.’ This accolade, coupled with the questionable approach of publicly shaming a child, has led to concerns about the state of journalism and the potential misuse of media platforms.
Critics argue that targeting a child in this manner is an extreme form of public shaming, and it brings into question the ethics of using journalism as a tool to incite left-wing activists against individuals, especially minors.
A @Deadspin “journalist” falsely accused a kid of wearing black face at a Kansas City Chiefs game.
“This is what happens when you ban books, stand against Critical Race Theory, and try to erase centuries of hate. You give future generations the ammunition they need to evolve… pic.twitter.com/dRKZMHFcWD
— Quisha King aka Keisha King (@ImQuishaK) November 28, 2023
This incident prompts reflection on the role of journalism, emphasizing the need for responsible reporting and a fair assessment of situations. While legitimate concerns about cultural appropriation and sensitivity are valid, it is crucial to distinguish between genuine instances of harm and actions driven by team spirit or innocent enthusiasm, especially when the subject is a young child.
Black Twitter CANCELS Child For WEARING “Black Face” and Headdress To Kansas City Chiefs Game pic.twitter.com/BhRhQ5Lm87
— Brandon Tatum (@TheOfficerTatum) November 28, 2023
In a landscape where censorship concerns loom large, the incident serves as a reminder of the power media wields in shaping public opinion and the potential consequences of using that power irresponsibly. As discussions around racism and cultural appropriation continue, it is essential to approach these conversations with nuance, ensuring that legitimate issues are addressed without unfairly targeting individuals, particularly children, and without perpetuating personal biases in journalistic endeavors.
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Major Points Discussed:
- Carron J. Phillips, a journalist, faced criticism for publicly shaming a young Kansas City Chiefs fan who wore a native headdress and face paint for a game.
- Phillips accused the child of engaging in “blackface,” using an image that conveniently hid the red-painted side of the fan’s face, leading to misleading allegations.
- Despite the red paint representing the Kansas City Chiefs’ colors, Phillips maintained his criticism, overlooking the innocent team spirit displayed by the young fan.
- Speculation arose about Phillips’ potential bias against white individuals, questioning the ethics of using journalism to publicly shame and incite left-wing activists, especially when the subject is a minor.
- The incident prompts reflection on responsible reporting, ethics in journalism, and the need for nuanced discussions around cultural sensitivity without unfairly targeting individuals, particularly children.
A journalist tried to publicly shame a Kansas City Chiefs child fan after the kid wore a native headdress and painted his face black and red for the game.https://t.co/spgVYxdPXX
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) November 28, 2023
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Comments – Threads – Links
- Deadspin targets young Kansas City Chiefs fan, falsely accuses him of wearing ‘black face’ How much more idiotic is this garbage going to get before we finally say NO – Charlie Kirk
- Sports news site ‘Deadspin’ is trying to ruin the life of a young Kansas City Chiefs fan by claiming he is wearing ‘Black face.’ This kid should sue them into oblivion. Deadspin slandered a Chiefs fan by selectively sharing a side image (1st photo) of a young boy to make it look like he was wearing blackface. A front facing image of the boy (2nd photo) clearly shows that he is wearing black and red face paint, not blackface. “On Sunday afternoon in Las Vegas, a Kansas City Chiefs fan found a way to hate Black people and the Native Americans at the same time,” said Deadspin’s Carron J. Phillips. “The image of a Chiefs fan in Black face wearing a Native headdress during a road game leads to so many unanswered questions.” Phillips went on to complain about the NFL and say they need to be “more aggressive” in changing team names and outlawing chants. “If the NFL had outlawed the chop at Chiefs games and been more aggressive in changing the team’s name, then we wouldn’t be here.” You can always count on liberals to create problems that don’t exist. – Collin Rugg
- The article was laughable. The writer was trying so hard to make up issues based on a total lie: Real quote: “Why did the camera person give this fan the attention Why did the producer allow that camera angle to be aired at all? Is that fan a kid/teenager or a young adult? Despite their age, who taught that person that what they were wearing was appropriate? The answers to all of those questions lead back to the NFL.” – Collin Rugg
- If you’re triggered by the way this young man dressed up at the Kansas City Chiefs game Seek help you have a mental disorder – Vince Langman