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British Cable News Guy Has To Explain Simple Joke To Newt Gingrich

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HRH Sir Piers Morgan of the Shire had amoralchocolate-sucking anus Newt Gingrich on his television show last night to discuss, among other things, Robert De Niro's very controversial joke from an Obama fundraiser the other night: "Callista Gingrich. Karen Santorum. Ann Romney. Now do you really think our country is ready for a white first lady?" BOO! TAXI DRIVER/RAGING BULL NEVER HAPPENED. Or perhaps it was not a controversial joke at all, as noted communist Ann Coulter has been trying to explain. But fathead still hadn't been able to figure it out, and needed a banal cable news host to explain it to him.


“If it had been a conservative talk radio show host," Gingrich attempted to explain, "who said exactly the same thing but reversed the racial reference, the left would have exploded with rage." The lobsterback -- what is with our gratuitous name-calling of Piers Morgan, anyway? Whatever -- the dirty lobsterback then told Gingrich, that, well, "Is our country ready for a black first lady"/"Is our country ready for a black President" were pretty common pundit lines from 2008, and white people have not been the more oppressed race in American history, so it's not really an offensive joke to white people, and the joke can't be "reversed." Newt laughs and laughs! Because he understands it and is pretending otherwise.

[Raw Story]

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On Monday, Gloria Vanderbilt -- socialite, jeans lady, and mom of Anderson Cooper -- passed away at the age of 95. In more normal times, this would merely result in a few obituaries and tributes about her life, and the requisite few RIP tweets.

Unfortunately, we do not live in normal times. These days, no celebrity can die without it becoming the purview of the crazypants QAnon cult, followers of which believe that no one ever dies under normal circumstances, especially not 95-year-old ladies.

Vanderbilt and her family were already something of an obsession with these people due to several "Q proofs" accusing her of doing magic spells, wearing magic illuminati owl necklaces, and [checks notes] doing something involving "red shoes," which the QAnon people think people only wear if they love sacrificing children to Satan.

Yes, this is a thing. No, I do not know if they are also mad at Elvis Costello.

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