What are fans of the St. Louis Cardinals, Washington Nationals, Ohio State, and any number of other sports teams and schools going to do if author Rebecca Makkai (who?) gets her way. The liberal moonbat wants “normal people” to quit wearing red hats so as to not trigger reactions…or bulls for that matter.
“Is anyone else made really uncomfortable these days by anyone wearing any kind of red baseball cap? Like, I see one and my heart does weird sh** and then I finally realize it only says Titleist or whatever. Maybe don’t wear red caps anymore, normal people?” she wrote.
You can’t make this stuff up.
Dozens of teams and schools out there sell red caps, and they’re triggering snowflakes?
These people need a life. They take themselves too seriously.
Even if your hat says something nice — like urging Americans to read — Makkai says nuh-uh.
“Also, for the love of God: The clever folks wearing ‘Make America Read Again’ or whatever caps — NO. You’re making everyone scared. Don’t do it,” she wrote.
By wearing a red hat. Apparently black hoodies don’t give this one the heebie-jeebies like some of the rest of us get, but red caps are scary.
Somebody hand this woman a vallium.
And then, Makkai went THERE.
After some Twitterers mocked Makkai’s post, she shot back. She said the swastika — a symbol in the ancient Sanskrit language — once stood for good luck and well-being in Hinduism and Buddhism, but noted that the faiths stopped using the symbol after it was used by the Nazis.
“If you’re here to be contrary: an equivalent here would be western Hindus choosing not to use the swastika symbol in public despite it being sacred to their faith because it would offend/frighten people. The red hat has become a symbol of hate bc of how its wearers act,” she wrote.
Yep, it’s the go to response. Call someone who disagrees with a goofball liberal stance “nazi” even if the suggestion from the snowflake is more fascist than anything the right has come up within years.
So much for sense ruling these discussions.