Twitter has been taken over by left-wing radicals. It does not represent the real world.
Perhaps the clearest example of this is the recent trending topic on whether, Anne Frank, who was killed by the Nazis in World War II in a concentration camp, had white privilege, Israel365 reports.
One person responded:
Israel 365 News provided Armendariz-Jackson’s response, which best summarizes the Twitter world:
Congressional candidate Irene Armendariz-Jackson (R-Texas) was even more critical, tweeting, “I cannot believe I log on to Twitter this morning and see Leftists unironically debating whether or not Anne Frank had white privilege. At what point do we just stop and realize they’ve lost their minds?”
Anne Frank and her family were Jews and they fled Nazi Germany to Holland in 1934 after Hitler’s rise to power. After Holland fell to the Nazis, the family hid in a secret room behind a bookcase in the building where their dad worked. In 1944, Anne, 15, and her family were captured by the Germans and sent to a concentration camp where they died. Anne’s story came to light after her diary was discovered, where she talked of their time of hiding.
READ: Twitter-verse on fire over whether Anne Frank had “white privilege”