Liberals purport to be champions for women, but their behavior repeatedly betrays this claim.
Enter Stacey Dash, a black conservative woman who faces constant, non-stop derision simply because she possesses a penchant for the truth – and nothing but the truth!
Now enter Kanye West, a celebrated Hollywood elite who made the following completely asinine comment about his life as a celebrity last Saturday at London’s Wireless festival:
[I want to bring my family to the movies without 30 motherf*****s following me. Everybody here, they like sex right? Sex is great when you and your partner are like, ‘Hey, this is what we both want to do.’ But if one of those people don’t want to do that, what is that called? That’s called rape. That is called violation. So if I walk around and say look sir, I’m not feeling so good today, I need some space, can you please not f**k with me today? I need cut-off space, not violation.]
See what he did there? He compared being a rich douche who gets trailed by the paparazzi to being a victim of rape. I for one find this comparison to be completely absurd, and judging by what Stacey Dash said this past Tuesday on the Fox talk show Outnumbered, she does as well:
[For Kanye to say ‘rape,’ maybe he needs to spend some time on Rikers Island, go to Rikers for a little while, and then he’ll know what rape is. I don’t get celebrities not understanding that the paparazzi are doing their job … I don’t think [celebrities are] out of touch, I just don’t think they’re understanding what the business is.]
Irony? The same liberal hypocrites who regularly chide conservatives for being sexist pigs said NOTHING. Absolutely nothing! Keep in mind that these happen to be the same loopy charlatans who recently lambasted noted conservative columnist George Will for simply making factual statements about the alleged rape crisis occurring on college campuses nationwide.
Of course! Making truthful and coherent arguments about rape is fundamentally wrong, but comparing your coddled existence as an arrogant superstar to that of a rape victim – why, that’s perfectly okay!
Mind you, these are also the same moral cowards who shrugged in silent indifference when Lupita Nyong compared the Red Carpet to a war zone and Gwyneth Paltrow compared being criticized on social media to surviving a war.
What I perhaps love the most about this illuminating affair is the way in which the average know-nothing liberal commentator is choosing to respond to Miss Dash’s spot-on criticism of Kanye:
Yep. God forbid that ol’ “Uncle Tom” call out a hero like Kanye west.
The very best comments (my personal favorite) can be found on WorldStarHipHop, a site that some MSNBC pundits believe serves a positive purpose for the black community. Uh huh . . .
Unfortunately, the comments are so outrageous that I cannot share them here, so do me a personal favor and click the link & check them out for yourselves!
Here’s a little teaser courtesy ‘Ace Boogie Fig Newton’: “Watching fox news is like being raped.”
Charming statement there, Einstein!
Anyway. Watch Miss Dash’s spot-on commentary yourself below: