Another D-lister, Sandra Bernhard uses Governor Sarah Palin to promote her relevance, and get the spot light on her once again. She is “profane,” “combative,” “edgy” and, surprisingly a supporter of “gang rape.”
I don’t know Sandra Berhard personally, but from what I do know of her career, I would have pegged her as a feminist, and a proponent of woman’s causes, such as anti-violence against women, anti-sexual assault against women, and equal rights for women… I guess I was wrong.
She is only supports anti-violence against women who agree with her political view points and are not as she describes; “Uncle Women, like Sarah Palin, who jumps on the s–t and points her fingers at other women. Turncoat b—h! Don’t you f–kin’ reference Old Testament, bitch! You stay with your new Goyish crappy shiksa funky bulls–t! Don’t you touch my Old Testament, you b—h! Because we have left it open for interpre-ta-tion! It is no longer taken literally! You whore in your f–kin’ cheap New Vision cheap-ass plastic glasses and your [sneering voice] hair up. A Tina Fey-Megan Mullally brokedown bulls–t moment.”
What is more astounding than Ms. B’s warning to Governor Palin; “not to come into Manhattan lest she get gang-raped by some of Sandra’s big black brothers…” is the lack of outrage by women in the media, civil rights activists, and feminists. Barbara Mackay of the DC Examiner describes the show as “positive”. I wonder what would have been written if someone had warned Senator Hillary Clinton to stay out of town less she be “gang raped” by a group of “big-black brothers.” Can you imagine the outrage and disgust that would be expressed by the media elite had the threat been directed at Michelle Obama?
Why isn’t Campbell Brown going one-on-one with Ms. B demanding apologies and answers to these comments, instead of fretting over Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild’s support of John McCain?
Where is the outrage?
Why is “gang-rape” funny and “positive” when its supposed victim is a conservative?