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What's the difference from somebody putting on women's clothing and pretending to be female? Or male using girls bathroom. Just another example of modern liberal hypocrisy 
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Fox News host Laura Ingraham says black Hamilton actors playing white roles is cultural appropriation as she defends comedian Joy Behar's blackface photos

  • Laura Ingraham defended Joy Behar's blackface Halloween photos as 'not racist'
  • Talk show host questioned use of black actors playing white historical figures
  • Ingraham believes that we can no longer 'celebrate someone in costume'


A Fox News host has said that using black actors to play white roles in Broadway show Hamilton is cultural appropriation. Laura Ingraham also defended comedian Joy Behar and said she was 'not racist' after blackface photos resurfaced of her. Speaking on The Laura Ingraham Show Podcast, the talk show host questioned the use of black actors to play historical white figures such as George Washington. She said: 'What about when they did Hamilton and they made white people black people?' 'If it's just about cultural appropriation, does it only go one way?' The original cast of the show had Leslie Odom, Jr. and Christopher Jackson, who are both both black, as politicians Aaron Burr and George Washington. Ingraham also defended The View co-host Behar after she was slammed when photos appeared of her in dressed up as an African American woman for Halloween. She said: 'I will say to my last breath that Joy Behar as represented in a Halloween costume, a costume about an African woman is not a racist. OK? She's not a racist. 'And to say that she is now or two-and-a-half years ago...is absurd


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Blackface lynching pictures from UNC Chapel Hill 1979 yearbook emerge - the same year NC Gov Roy Cooper graduated - just days after HE called on Virginia Governor to resign over racist photo

Horrifying blackface and lynching images from North Carolina Democrat Roy Cooper’s yearbook have emerged just days after he called on Virginia Governor Ralph Northam to resign over racist images in his yearbook. 

The pictures surfaced Wednesday showing what's believed to be two members of the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill's Chi Phi fraternity donning white robes, similar to those worn by the Ku Klux Klan, and depicting a lynching with a man donning blackface.

Aside from the shot where they use a lighting fixture with a noose, the two-page spread for the frat shows a woman kissing a man's cheek and they too have their faces blacked up in the black-and-white pictures. 

There is no suggestion that Cooper is in any of those photos but they feature in his 1979 yearbook.

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Horrifying images emerged Wednesday show what's believed to be two members of the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill's Chi Phi fraternity in racist pictures from a 1979 yearbook
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‘The View’ Host Joy Behar Under Fire for Use of Blackface

‘The View’ Host Joy Behar Under Fire for Use of Blackface

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Virginia AG Mark Herring says he wore blackface at college party

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The man who’s second in line to become Virginia’s governor on Wednesday admitted that he too has worn blackface.

Democratic Attorney General Mark Herring issued a statement saying he wore brown makeup and a wig in 1980 when dressing up as a black rapper during a party when he was a student at the University of Virginia.

“In 1980, when I was a 19-year-old undergraduate in college, some friends suggested we attend a party dressed like rappers we listened to at the time, like Kurtis Blow, and perform a song. It sounds ridiculous even now writing it. But because of our ignorance and glib attitudes — and because we did not have an appreciation for the experiences and perspectives of others — we dressed up and put on wigs and brown makeup,” Herring said.

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YET THE PUBLISHED IT!!!!!   LIARS and PC Nonsense!

'It's shockingly abhorrent': Medical school apologizes for the 'clearly offensive and unacceptable photos' in Virginia Governor Ralph Northam's yearbook and hires a former attorney general to investigate

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The president of Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS) has hired Richard Cullen, a former Virginia attorney general, to probe the 'oversight or lack thereof' involved in the publication of yearbooks.


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Liam Neeson Reveals Wanting to Kill a ‘Black Bastard’ After Friend Was Raped

Liam Neeson Reveals Wanting to Kill a ‘Black Bastard’ After Friend Was Raped

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FLASHBACK: JIMMY FALLON, JIMMY KIMMEL AND SARAH SILVERMAN ALL WORE BLACKFACE

Flashback: Ted Danson donned blackface at Whoopi Goldberg's behest 20 years ago this month

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Ted Danson will always be best remembered for his classic role on the hit sitcom Cheersand his latter day dramatic work on shows like Damages and CSI.

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Darrell Hammond of Saturday Night Live fame gave a side-splitting impression of Jesse Jackson during his tenure on the show. 

Here’s Julianne Hough in blackface at a Halloween party this weekend and with the blackface rubbed off by the time she left. Because she probably checked her Twitter when she was inside, having posted pictures of her costume (Crazy Eyes from Orange Is The New Black). The reaction? Well, they shat on her. And only THEN did she realise, um, maybe I shouldn’t have gone out in blackface? Blackface with blonde hair and blue eyes?

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CNN just never stops being a wing of the democrats!

CNN -- the network that promotes the hashtag #FactsFirst -- mislabeled embattled Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam as a Republican on Friday during a segment about the Democrat's apology for his racist 1984 medical school yearbook photo.

The photo showed two men holding beers -- one dressed in blackface, the other in a KKK robe -- but Northam never made clear which one was him.

 

The CNN chyron that mistakenly called Northam a Republican aired Friday during "Anderson Cooper 360," the nightly show hosted by Anderson Cooper. The segment focused on a video in which Northam apologized for the nearly 35-year-old photograph.



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(BizPacReview) Former Vice President Joe Biden and a possible candidate in the next presidential election formerly argued that integration would keep black people from fully embracing their identities and rejected busing as an attempt to desegregate schools.

“I think the concept of busing … that we are going to integrate people so that they all have the same access and they learn to grow up with one another and all the rest, is a rejection of the whole movement of black pride,” then-senator Biden said in 1975 after facing criticism from white voters, The Washington Examiner reported Friday.

 

Desegregation is “a rejection of the entire black awareness concept,” Biden said, according to the Examiner. Biden was a Delaware Senator from 1973 to 2009.


Read more at https://www.wnd.com/2019/02/joe-biden-endorsed-segregation-in-1975-calling-it-black-pride/#bCfUOMmeoW2VMmik.99
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