BLM Co-Founder Claims Taylor Swift Fans Are ‘Slightly Racist’

These days, it takes the smallest thing to trigger a leftist. There wasn’t enough racism in the news for one of the Black Lives Matter co-founders, so she decided to become obsessed with Taylor Swift.

For the last two weeks, Melina Abdullah claimed that Swift was pushing a white supremacist agenda. She then singled out Swift’s fans, known as “Swifties,” claiming that the singer’s fans were “slightly racist.”

“Why do I feel like it’s slightly racist to be a Taylor Swift fan?” she wrote.

Many X users questioned Abdullah’s comment. When one user asked her to elaborate on her opinion, she responded, “I said FEEL, not think. Kind of like that feeling I get when there are too many American flags.”

After the Kansas City Chiefs won the Super Bowl, the 51-year-old started focusing on Swift’s boyfriend, Travis Kelce, claiming that the team’s win was a result of a “white-supremacist conspiracy.”

Once again, many users began criticizing the BLM activist, one user even pointing out that the Chiefs had a Black quarterback and a Black MVP.

Per the leftist handbook, Abdullah then decided to play the victim after being called out for her obnoxious remarks.

“Folks think they’re attacking me by asking for why I think everything is racist…,” she wrote. “I’m not offended. Virtually everything is racist.”

The radical leftist describes herself as a “Hip Hop scholar, daughter of God, womanist, truth-teller, mama,” according to The Economic Times.

One Texas man had enough of the rubbish spewed by Abdullah. On Feb. 23, Ethan George decided to leave her a voicemail.

“How dare you throw out the racist ideas you throw out on a daily basis?” George demanded.

He then proceeded to speak profanities to Abdullah, calling her a joke and blaming people like her for being responsible for America heading in the wrong direction.

“If this is what a tweet about [Taylor Swift] fans being ‘slightly racist’ brings, I’ll edit myself…” Abdullah wrote in response to the voicemail. “Y’all are full-fledged violent white-delusionists.”

While her comments are outrageous, what makes it worse is that Abdullah is a Pan-African Studies professor at California State University Los Angeles, which prompted George’s angry response.

The thought of her being an educator would make any parent cringe.

The professor is known for having outlandish rhetoric. Two years ago, she made an X post stating that White people should pay reparations on Juneteenth and that they were not invited to the cookout.

Unfortunately, one cannot make up this kind of idiocracy.