On March 6, newly-minted Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Dr. Ben Carson, gave a speech before employees of the organization. During the speech, he made a controversial remark, referring to African slaves as “immigrants.”
Here are a few of the vile tweets celebrities posted for everyone to seen Twitter:
Actor, radical leftist and Obama cheerleader Samuel L. Jackson apparently had not yet gotten the memo that Obama said almost the exact same thing only one year ago. There’s always the very real possibility that Jackson was just too ignorant to understand what Dr. Carson was saying…
Here’s Jackson’s vile tweet:
OK!! Ben Carson….I can't! Immigrants ? In the bottom of SLAVE SHIPS??!! MUTHAFUKKA PLEASE!!!#dickheadedtom
— Samuel L. Jackson (@SamuelLJackson) March 6, 2017
There’s nothing like a “has been” rapper calling the most brilliant pediatric neurosurgeon in America a “DumbF*ck”…LOL!
Christopher Jackson played George Washington in Hamilton. Being an actor in Hamilton apparently makes him the authority on all things “black,” including the meaning behind the comments made by Dr. Ben Carson.
Our Ancestors didn't have a "CHOICE" you IDIOT!!!! Ben Carson, you are Hopelessly Ignorant. Again, Kids… look the other way…Please.
— Christopher Jackson (@ChrisisSingin) March 7, 2017
Jackson has this tweet pinned to the top of his Twitter account. Apparently telling other people to “love your neighbor” makes you somehow a better person. And it also apparently gives you immunity when you act like a bully when you tell others to, “Stand up to the bully.”
Love your Neighbor. Make your cause known to them. Stand up to the bully. Speak for those with no voice. This work is JUST Beginning.
— Christopher Jackson (@ChrisisSingin) November 9, 2016
These people are such utter phonies and have no idea what it means to be tolerant of anyone who hold a view that is in opposition to theirs.
On Tuesday, The Washington Free Beacon published a side-by-side video featuring Ben Carson’s remarks alongside those made during a 2015 speech by then-President Barack Obama–and they were eerily similar:
Instead of apologizing for his ignorant remarks, ICE T makes lame attempt at blaming Trump for his hateful and racist remarks:
In the past Year or so of Politics.. Twitter and all of Social Media has shown the true Divide of the people.. It’s sad… But its REAL.
— ICE T (@FINALLEVEL) March 8, 2017