Friday, April 12, 2024
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A Whoopie Cushion Makes More Sense Than Whoopi Goldberg



If you have ever experienced sitting down on a whoopee cushion or slid one under someone else, you know the sound that it emits. Granted, the bodily function that it mimics is generally considered socially unacceptable, but it is always used for fun.

Its name sake, Whoopi Goldberg, who I always have believed inspired the Predator character, is even more socially unacceptable and is never funny.

The tragic death of Tyre Nichols was not in anyway racially motivated.  The officers involved were all black as was Nichols. All it demonstrated was sadly, there are some police officers that should not be on the force. It did not demonstrate that all police are bad. Unrestrained violence is never justified, but it has nothing to do with race. There are individuals of every race, color and creed that have a sinister side to their personality and that fact is not limited to a specific race or to a specific occupation.

The problem is that the mainstream media focuses intently on every story where a white officer is involved with a black victim. That isn’t done by accident. Today’s media is nothing more than a puppet show for a small group of powerful elites. When their strings are pulled, their mouths move, but the words coming out are crafted to create division and hatred. Systemic white oppression is one of their favorites.

So what does the media do with a story like this? Once the footage was released, they couldn’t hide it, so you would think they would approach it from a more realistic and rational angle.

Well, if you’re Whoopi Goldberg and the rest of the miserable, belligerent hags that sit around the table on The View, being rational never crossed their simple minds.

Goldberg tempered her racism by sounding reasonable early:

“I ask this question way too many times at this table, but you know, when will the brutality finally lead to some police reform from the ground up?” Because clearly, it doesn’t matter if it’s a white policeman or a black policeman, it is a problem in the police, in the policing itself, you know.”

Then unable to control herself she said this:

“Seems things don’t seem to make sense to people unless it’s somebody they can feel or they can recognize. But how many times do we have to see, do we need to see white people also get beat before anybody will do anything?”

“I’m not suggesting that, so don’t write us and tell me what a, you know, what a racist I am. I’m just asking is that what people have to see in order to wake up and realize this affects us all.”

After Goldberg primed the racist pump, it was time for the rest of the hags to spew out their misplaced hostility.

Sunny Hostin thinks white people should see the video:

“Because they know it’s not going to happen to their kid.”

Anna Navarro used her comments to somehow spin this incident into a need to teach CRT.

“People would have done more to help a dog than they did to help Tyre Nichols and this is why critical race theory needs to be taught in schools.”

Predator then weighed back in:

“I’ve had it up to here with this shit. I’ve had it up to here because I don’t know what we have to do. I don’t get it. Is it just because folks have dehumanized us and made us like some kind of monsters? I listen to that other side on television and they talk about us like we have no humanity.”

So after an incident that clearly is not racial in any way, Predator suggests that maybe seeing white people getting beaten will initiate change. She then attempts to claim that:

“I listen to that other side on television and they talk about us like we have no humanity.”

A clearly ridiculous claim. She is implying that if you have a conservative view you look down on blacks.

Division, Racism and Hatred. You may ask, why are people like this still permitted to be on the air?

Simple: Divide and Conquer. The elites use imbeciles like this to pollute our thoughts. Don’t let them.