Let me say that Don Cheadle, doesn’t know what he’s talking about but he has every right to say what he did and now the consequence.
Cheadle responded to a sarcastic tweet by Sen. Brian Schatz in which he tried to put words into a Republican, any Republican’s mouth to react to Pres. Trump calling out Democratic Representatives — Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, and Ayanna Presley.
Cheadle quoted Schatz with this ludicrous response; “trump could stand in the middle of Fifth Ave and call somebody nigger and wouldn’t lose voters …” the Avengers actor said in response to Hawaiian Democratic Sen. Brian Schatz.
trump could stand in the middle of Fifth Ave and call somebody nigger and wouldn't lose voters … https://t.co/07Dgod9nsm
— Don Cheadle (@DonCheadle) July 16, 2019
Cheadle is among the long list of Hollywood celebrities jumping into politics and using the emotional flag to make a point. The left has overused the word racist so much that they have rendered the word meaningless. Ask someone who marched for civil rights in the ’60s what actual racism truly is.
The only people who claim to be “offended” by that word are the ones who have it commonplace in their vernacular, to begin with. They keep shoving it down our throats in music, media, tv, and films.
I’ve heard that word so many times it is numb to me, however, if any politician I supported said that word and I heard it, I wouldn’t support them, but that’s just me.
I’m more offended that we have socialists, communists and terrorist sympathizers in Congress. The founding fathers would have them strung up by now. There is no place in America for them. Cheadle has created a fake “controversy” out of absolutely nothing, to call people who are not racist.
I wouldn’t give this another thought but remember who it came from and move on.