February is Black History Month and this is how Hair Furor recognized it:
“Well, the election, it came out really well. Next time we’ll triple the number or quadruple it. We want to get it over 51, right? At least 51.”
A-a-a-and we’ll stop .... Um, Black History month and you start out crowing about the election. As ISBL reader, Mz Kitty, pointed out to me, counting the votes of Secretary Clinton, along with all the others on ballots across the country, you lost the election by roughly 12,000,000 votes. Stop saying you won. You did not. But let’s continue ...
“Well this is Black History Month, so this is our little breakfast, our little get-together. Hi Lynn, how are you? Just a few notes.”
Nice that he gave Black History Month a little breakfast, eh?
“During this month, we honor the tremendous history of African-Americans throughout our country. Throughout the world, if you really think about it, right? And their story is one of unimaginable sacrifice, hard work, and faith in America. I’ve gotten a real glimpse—during the campaign, I’d go around with Ben [Carson] to a lot of different places I wasn’t so familiar with. They’re incredible people. And I want to thank Ben Carson, who’s gonna be heading up HUD. That’s a big job. That’s a job that’s not only housing, but it’s mind and spirit. Right, Ben? And you understand, nobody’s gonna be better than Ben.”
A-a-a-and stop. Wait, so Ben took him on a tour of black places and so Ben will be good at his job? Huh? What? Continuing ...
“Last month, we celebrated the life of Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., whose incredible example is unique in American history. You read all about Dr. Martin Luther King a week ago when somebody said I took the statue out of my office. It turned out that that was fake news. Fake news. The statue is cherished, it’s one of the favorite things in the—and we have some good ones. We have Lincoln, and we have Jefferson, and we have Dr. Martin Luther King. But they said the statue, the bust of Martin Luther King, was taken out of the office. And it was never even touched. So I think it was a disgrace, but that’s the way the press is. Very unfortunate.”
Wait, Black History Month, please. Back on topic, or is it too hard for a fucking narcissist to talk about anyone but himself? A rhetorical question you know; moving on ...
“I am very proud now that we have a museum on the National Mall where people can learn about Reverend King, so many other things. Frederick Douglass is an example of somebody who’s done an amazing job and is being recognized more and more, I noticed. Harriet Tubman, Rosa Parks, and millions more black Americans who made America what it is today. Big impact.”
Well, he mentioned three Black Americans, other than Dr, King, so obviously someone gave him notes,. But doesn’t it sound like he thinks Frederick Douglass is still alive and doing amazing things?
“I’m proud to honor this heritage and will be honoring it more and more. The folks at the table in almost all cases have been great friends and supporters. Darrell—I met Darrell when he was defending me on television. And the people that were on the other side of the argument didn’t have a chance, right? And Paris has done an amazing job in a very hostile CNN community. He’s all by himself. You’ll have seven people, and Paris. And I’ll take Paris over the seven. But I don’t watch CNN, so I don’t get to see you as much as I used to. I don’t like watching fake news. But Fox has treated me very nice. Wherever Fox is, thank you.”
Again, it’s a “little” meeting to celebrate Black History Month and what you’re doing is basically saying, “I’ve got black friends” and then whining about the media that doesn’t have its lips pressed firmly to your sphincter.
“We’re gonna need better schools and we need them soon. We need more jobs, we need better wages, a lot better wages. We’re gonna work very hard on the inner city.”
How? I mean, Muslim bans, walls; how are you gonna fix inner city schools when you need all your tax money to go to the wall? And how are we gonna get more jobs when you, well, your rabid little offspring now, are petitioning to be allowed to hire foreign workers at your resorts? I mean, should those jobs go to America Firs?
“Ben is gonna be doing that, big league. That’s one of the big things that you’re gonna be looking at. We need safer communities and we’re going to do that with law enforcement. We’re gonna make it safe. We’re gonna make it much better than it is right now. Right now it’s terrible, and I saw you talking about it the other night, Paris, on something else that was really—you did a fantastic job the other night on a very unrelated show.”
How? How?? Just saying something doesn’t make it so, and again, this is Black History Month not 'Celebrate the Agenda of a Maniac' month.
“I’m ready to do my part, and I will say this: We’re gonna work together. This is a great group, this is a group that’s been so special to me. You really helped me a lot. If you remember I wasn’t going to do well with the African-American community, and after they heard me speaking and talking about the inner city and lots of other things, we ended up getting—and I won’t go into details—but we ended up getting substantially more than other candidates who had run in the past years.”
Actually, you didn’t, but again, what does any of that have to do with Black History Month?
“ And now we’re gonna take that to new levels. I want to thank my television star over here—Omarosa’s actually a very nice person, nobody knows that. I don’t want to destroy her reputation but she’s a very good person, and she’s been helpful right from the beginning of the campaign, and I appreciate it. I really do. Very special.”
Yup; he has a reality show star on his team.
“So I want to thank everybody for being here.”
That’s how this lunatic celebrates, by stroking his ego, and possibly his Little Donald under the table.