In case you haven’t noticed, the left has a new catch-all talking point. Anything that stands in the way of the progressive agenda is now “white supremacist” or “white nationalist.”

It doesn’t matter if it’s true or not and in most cases it isn’t. But the left is making it clear that this is how they intend to proceed until further notice.

The Trump White House designated November 7th as a national day to remember victims of communism:

That triggered a reaction from a BuzzFeed writer who got a little too zealous in his white nationalist accusations.

Amber Randall reports at the Daily Caller:

BuzzFeed Reporter: ‘Victims of Communism’ Is A White Nationalist Talking Point

A BuzzFeed reporter claimed that the phrase “victims of communism” is a talking point for white nationalists over Twitter Tuesday night.

Blake Montgomery, BuzzFeed’s tech and protest reporter, ostensibly made the comment in relation to President Donald Trump making Nov.7 the National Day for Victims of Communism.

“‘Victims of Communism’ is a white nationalist talking point. Trump just made Nov 7 Natl Day for Vics of Communism,” Montgomery tweeted. He has since deleted the tweet.

Here’s a screenshot:

The writer has since apologized:

It’s nice that he said sorry but the mask has slipped. It’s clear to anyone who has been paying attention that the left’s main goal is the destruction of capitalism and the introduction of socialism/communism. I suspect that’s why Mr. Montgomery’s first instinct was to lash out with the “white nationalist” charge.

The now deleted tweet got some strong reactions on Twitter, via Twitchy:

Get ready to hear this charge repeatedly between now and election day 2020.

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