Roseanne completed her ode to President Trump and his white supremacist ideology with a rant during which she yelled, “I thought the b*tch was white!” to justify her racism against Valerie Jarrett.
Ladies and gentlemen, Trump friend Roseanne. Talking once again about Valerie Jarrett: “I thought the bitch was white!” pic.twitter.com/0KVFii0CDP
— Charles M. Blow (@CharlesMBlow) July 20, 2018
This totally undoes the retweeting of the meme of Jarrett and Zira from The Planet Of The Apes.
Trump supporters think Donald Trump’s bad taste in spray tans makes him a protected minority, but they are wrong. Donald Trump has been privileged his entire life, only hampered by his own Sarah Palin-esque willful ignorance and prejudices. Perhaps it could be argued that his corrupt mafia-esque approach to “business” was inherited, but this doesn’t make it okay and the mafia is certainly not a protected class.
Corrupt, angry and blaming others for their feelings of persecution. This is your basic Ode to Conservatism, the Trump/Palin wing. Or, as they like to call it, the “religious” wing.
You know, where calling someone a “b*tch” is okay, because the President has called women journalists a “c*nt.”
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