Biscuit (Noun) : A person who is willfully ignorant and almost certainly incompetent

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Biscuit of the Week

At this point it would just be throwing it in if I gave it to Biden again – although he certainly deserves it. I got quite a laugh out of his idiocy yesterday. Trotted out by his handlers around 11:45 he told us that the infrastructure bill was good to go and that “it was what the American people voted for last November.” Bullshit, I didn’t vote for any of that crap. Joe read his speech off the teleprompter like a good boy and then turned and walked out without taking any questions.

The laugh came about five hours later when Speaker Nancy Pelosi cancelled a vote on the package that a few hours earlier Biden had told you was good to go – because they don’t have enough votes to pass it. The administration was so desperate to trot out a “win” before they sent sleepy Joe over to Europe that they were willing to trot him out there and say it was done – when it wasn’t. Not even close. Pathetic.

But forget Joe, this week we are throwing a well deserving corporation under the bus – AT&T. If you have their cell phone service my apologies, it sucks. Come over to Verizon with the rest of us who actually appreciate getting a signal.

Even worse you might have to work for them – and if you do – they’ll let you know, right in their corporate training that if you’re white you ain’t right!

AT&T is putting its employees through a racial reeducation program that teaches that “American racism is a uniquely white trait” and tells white people that they are “the problem,” according to a new report.

According to documents obtained by City Journal’s Christopher Rufo, the company implemented an initiative called the Listen Understand Act last year, which is based on the core principles of critical race theory, including intersectionality, systemic racism, white privilege and white fragility. The program peddles left-wing causes including reparations, defunding the police and transgender activism, according to Rufo.

You’d think they’d deny it. But they don’t. CEO John Stankey has claimed that private corporations, including his own, have an “obligation to engage on this issue of racial injustice” and to advocate for “system reforms” in police departments across the country.

A senior employee reportedly told Rufo that managers at the company now face annual assessments on diversity issues and are forced to participate in discussion groups, book clubs, mentorship programs and race reeducation exercises.

White employees who are unwilling to admit to being complicit in “white privilege” and “systemic racism” can be penalized in their performance reviews. Additionally, those who refuse to sign a loyalty pledge to “keep pushing for change” and to set “intentions” such as “reading more about systemic racism” and “challenging others’ language that is hateful,” are considered “racist,” the employee told Rufo.

The program encourages employees to read an article titled, “White America, if you want to know who’s responsible for racism, look in the mirror.”

If you think that this solves anything, it doesn’t. It further divides us. White people, scared to death of being (wrongly) labeled racists or being scorned will walk around the halls of work with their heads down and their mouths shut. Their black co-workers will wonder why they don’t talk openly in meetings anymore. Nothing will get accomplished. And I’m guessing AT&T’s lousy service won’t be getting better anytime soon.

3 thoughts on “Biscuit of the Week”

  1. Thomas “Pops” Petty

    Dead on assessment of the problems facing Americans today. If anyone of color thinks that helps, they need “to look in the mirror” as well. They’re contributing to the mess.

  2. Oh my what is the world coming to. I am sure glad I am no longer in the working world and don’t have anyone telling how to think. Although some people in retirement environment would like to tell me how to behave but I just ignore them. Lol.

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