Rush On Oprah’s Swiss Racism Claim: ‘Maybe It’s Cause The Oprah’s Fat’

Oprah makes no sense here and is showing herself to be a racist.
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The Oprah. The Oprah was on BBC a couple days ago on Wednesday in the UK. The arts editor Will Gompertz was interviewing media mogul, The Oprah, and the arts editor Will Gompertz said, “Has it ever crossed your mind that some of the treatment of Obama and the challenges that he faced and the reporting he received is because he’s an African-American and if it wasn’t an African-American, if it was a white guy, he wouldn’t have had to go through any of this?”

Then how the hell did you become who you are? Why hasn’t anybody in your audience, Oprah, ever said, “You lie!”? Because you have. It wasn’t a senator, Oprah. It was a congressman by the name of Joe Wilson, and he was right. Obama was lying. My God, Oprah. You know, I gotta be really careful ’cause I know Oprah is a goddess to a lot of people, but my goodness, folks. These people are not nearly as smart as they think they are, and they don’t know nearly what they think they know. They are embarrassingly ignorant. It wasn’t a senator. It was a congressman. And it’s not because he was black. It’s because he was lying, Oprah! He’s lying now!

He just told the biggest presidential whopper in history and he’s trying to cover his rear end for it telling other lies. But, Oprah, if black people in this country are so mistreated and so disrespected, how in the name of Sam Hill did you happen? Would somebody explain that to me? I mean, if there is a level of disrespect simply because he’s black, then how, Oprah, have you managed to become at one time the most popular and certainly wealthiest television personality? How does that happen?



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