Isn’t it funny how “racism” is only a term liberals can use about conservatives? If that term is used in any other context outside of the aforementioned then somehow it just doesn’t apply.
Hollywood is notorious for utilizing that rhetoric.
And this Hollywood actress just deleted a racist tweet agreeing that black President Trump supporters are “mentally ill.”
It’s a classic case of “do as I say; not as I do.”
Hollywood elitists are the epitome of that phrase and have no problem perpetuating it to their blindly loyal followers. It’s dangerous when you think about it because in a celebrity-obsessed America, liberals seem to regurgitate what someone more famous than them says.
The moment someone like director Rob Reiner tweets vitriol towards President Trump then suddenly it becomes the rule of law for them. Nothing he says is condemned by liberals even when they know it’s either emphatically false or completely hyperbolic.
Another one is actress Debra Messing, known for “Will & Grace,” who recently wanted all of the names for those planning to attend a fundraiser for President Trump’s re-election campaign on September 17th in Beverly Hills, California.
Apparently when Trump holds a fundraiser in her proverbial backyard then it’s off-limits.
Messing wanted the names to be made public so that Hollywood could publicly shame them.
The New Era Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, attracted nationwide attention this week after displaying a sign that read: “A black vote for Trump is mental illness.” The other side of the sign displays a separate message: “A white vote for Trump is pure racism.”
Messing reacted to the tweet by simply writing, “THANK YOU,” which is an obvious validation towards the New Era Baptist Church’s tweet.
Then it was suddenly gone. She was either trying to avoid controversy or backpedaled immediately.
Nevertheless, the church’s pastor, Michael Jordan, told local media station WZDX that his message had been motivated by God.
He said, “God motivates me to take a stand for what’s right. Read the Bible and look in the White House. If they call me a racist, look in the White House. When you vote for Donald Trump, you are supporting institutionalized racism.”
But is that true?
African American Army combat veteran, Jeffery A Dove Jr., sees right through this nonsense tweeting, “A white celebrity on the left [Debra Messing] is basically telling black people how to think. Seems like a form of intellectual slavery to me. Liberal policies have hurt black communities around the country and these same people are silent.”
A white celebrity on the left @DebraMessing is basically telling black people how to think. Seems like a form of intellectual slavery to me. Liberal policies have hurt black communities around the country and these same people are silent. #RealTalk pic.twitter.com/rRtIOyPcHb
— Jeffery A Dove Jr. (@JefferyADoveJr) September 2, 2019
There’s nothing like rich Hollywood elitists getting what92s coming to them for their smug liberal philosophies. Messing validated a racist comment.
And they seem to always forget that African American unemployment is at an all-time low under President Trump’s administration. They always just want to ignore that nugget of information.