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ABC and Wanda Sykes Find Morals

So ABC has taken what is sure to be heralded as a “bold move” and cancelled “Roseanne”, one of their top shows. There are only so many ways to say “miserable contentious dishonest liars” and every one of those ways spell: “ABC News.” Yet once again we have the most reprehensible forms of human life waste byproducts transmogrifying into a pretense of moral objectivism.

For those who do not grasp higher forms of language, I politely said: The human waste that flows into the sewers has transformed itself into ABC News and holds itself out as the arbiter of truth and propriety.

ABC cancelled “Roseanne” because she, according to poor little, two-faced, duplicitous doilies, got their panties in a knot over Roseanne’s tweet regarding the genesis of Valerie Jarrett.

Roseanne is a comedienne and as such she did what comediennes do – she tweeted a joke. I shared tweets with Roseanne and she has retweeted my tweets. If I were her, I would neither apologize nor leave twitter for exercising my Constitutional right to free speech. However its’ as I have said many times, cultural-Marxists believe free speech was invented as the exclusive domain of cultural–Marxists.

Roseanne has the right to say that Valerie Jarrett is the offspring of a Muslim brotherhood who mated with a simian from Planet of the Apes. If anything Roseanne should apologize to the Planet of the Apes, not be fired for making fun of Jarrett.

The grotesque duplicity of ABC, et al cannot be overstated. ABC suffered no punishment when it was forced to issue a retraction for knowingly filing false news reports about Lieutenant General Michael Flynn. There were no firings and there was no outcry from the same people now voicing indignation over Roseanne’s tweet.

Roseanne’s tweet was a joke; what ABC attempted to allow investigative reporter Brian Ross to do, was nothing short of a public attempt to destabilize the Presidency of the United States of America by knowingly falsifying news. Even after Ross and ABC were apprehended in their effort to destroy the presidency of President Trump, they did not take action against Ross immediately. And when they finally did, it only resulted in a four-week suspension without pay. It is safe to say when considering the enormous salary which was reportedly well north of $1 million annually, that ABC was paying Ross for repeatedly filing false news reports, his lifestyle hardly suffered as he had to go one month without a paycheck. We should all be in such a position.

ABC didn’t fire Ross despite the false reports he filed on the Aurora, Colorado movie theater shooter, James Holmes claiming he “may have had” ties to the Tea Party movement. With a record of false reporting Ross was dubbed the “wrongest reporter.”

As for Wanda Sykes, where does she get the right to feign offense at Roseanne’s tweet about Jarrett? Is her memory really that short or does she and her kind really believe only they have the right to insult?

Do we forget Wanda Sykes’ crude attacks on President George Bush? Do we forget the crude comments about Condoleezza Rice? And what about Sykes’ being booed off stage for the things she said about President Trump?

Comedian Wanda Sykes earned jeers late Saturday by repeatedly deriding President-elect Donald Trump.
“I was going around after the election consoling people,” she told the audience during a performance at the TD Garden in Boston. “I said, ‘Guys look on the bright side.’

“I was like, ‘I am certain this is not the first time we’ve elected a racist, sexist, homophobic president,’” Sykes added of the Republican. “He’s not the first one. He’s just the first confirmed one.”

Sykes’s quips inspired audience members to begin showering the comic with loud boos.
The entertainer responded by lashing out at attendees who disliked her jokes targeting Trump.
“F— you, motherf——, f— y’all,” she said. “F— you, you, you and you. The evidence is there.
“How can you say he’s not a racist? How can you say he’s not sexist? How can you not say he’s homophobic?”

Sykes repeatedly attacked Trump earlier in her set, voicing shock over the Republican’s White House win last Tuesday.

“I couldn’t believe that Donald Trump won,” she said. “I couldn’t believe that we elected an orangutan to front the country. This is ridiculous.

“Everybody was just saying, ‘Oh, well, he just has to learn how to be more presidential,’” Sykes added. “‘He just has to learn how to control his temper. He has to learn how to be more mild-mannered.’

“I have a seven-year-old boy, those are the things I’m teaching him. Donald Trump is 70. That motherf—- isn’t learning s—. That’s just who he is. He’s the crazy man.”

The Boston Herald on Sunday reported that Sykes also raised a middle finger at her audience upon hearing boos. (Wanda Sykes Booed For Mocking Trump; Mark Hensch; thehill.com; 11/13/2016)

It is amazing how quickly Hollywood and the mainstream media find morals, religion, and propriety whenever it benefits their opportunity to make a political statement against someone they disapprove of.

It would be my hope that Roseanne would find a way to produce a show on alternative media or that another network would pick the show up. And I say that as one who has not watched even sixty-seconds of her show.

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Mychal Massie

Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here

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