In order to push back as hard as possible against the agenda of President Donald Trump, the radical left is pulling out all of the stops.
This is no longer a matter of playing the Washington political game. No, in today’s “resistance”-infested world, the name of the game is kicking, screaming, flailing, and lighting one’s self on fire for attention.
And what better way to check all of those items off the list than to denigrate hundreds of years of African American culture for the sake of impugning a possible Supreme Court Justice?
Bette Midler is apologizing for a tweet that caused a social media backlash when she compared the struggle of women to the history of racism.
The singer-actress wrote that women “are the n-word of the world” and “They are the most disrespected creatures on earth.” Midler was quoting the title of a 1972 song written by John Lennon and Yoko Ono.
The too brief investigation of allegations against Kavanaugh infuriated me. Angrily I tweeted w/o thinking my choice of words would be enraging to black women who doubly suffer, both by being women and by being black. I am an ally and stand with you; always have. And I apologize.
— Bette Midler (@BetteMidler) October 5, 2018
This, folks, is what we’ve come to expect from the radical left: Obtuse and insensitive comparisons between themselves and the historically oppressed, (for whom they certainly try to take a lot of credit for helping…let’s not forget what side of the aisle Lincoln was on, okay?).
What an absolutely disgraceful way to inject yourself into a dialogue. We won’t hold our breath for condemnation from the left, however, as this sort of verbal diarrhea seems to be contagious.
Just hours ago, liberal shock-comedian Sarah Silverman was up to her old tricks, calling for the President to be “held down” and “violated”.
Was it Michelle Obama who said “when they go low, we go high”?