You know what the most terrible kind of environmental horror is? The racist kind.

And you know how to make racism worse? Make it environmental.

I can barely believe those two things can even go together. Someone needs do somethin’.

I cherish my sigh of relief, knowing Julián “Men need to have taxpayer-funded abortions” Castro has volunteered.

Shew.

During CNN’s town hall Wednesday, a male nurse in the audience claimed his patients “suffer the most from climate change” as victims of “environmental racism.”

Fortunately, Julián was already all too familiar with the malady. So he jumped right in.

With dumbness.

And — as a bonus — he included the 1940’s viewpoint that there are only two races: white and non-white (currently “people of color”).

“I know that too often times it’s people who are poor, communities of color, who take the brunt of storms that are getting more frequent and more powerful.”

So if a Chinese guy moves into a white Texas neighborhood, his house will be targeted by the cyclone? What a racist jerk of a tornado.

Thankfully, that poor Saginaw soul — a very distant relative of a native Beijinger — can rest easy.

Say it, Julián:

“My plan actually calls for new civil rights legislation to be able to address environmental injustice.”

YES!!!!

And woe unto that afflicted Asian, by the way, if he might also be impregnated through his penis and need an abortion. Oh, wait — Julian’s got him there, too!

Castro also let everyone know he can “connect the dots to places like Flint, Michigan,” and he’s intent upon giving folks the “tools to fight back” where the “tremendous injustice” of environmental racism is concerned.

God Bless Julián Castro — a great American. And a man who seems fiercely determined to stay humble by never, ever becoming the President of the United States.

-ALEX

 

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