June 1, 2018
Samantha Bee called Ivanka Trump a “feckless cunt” on her television show the other night. Bee was expressing her displeasure that Ivanka has not changed her father’s mind on immigration policy.
The comment did not go over well and resulted in lots of negative media coverage. There were even hosts on CNN bashing her for what she said. All the bad press forced Bee to apologize.
I would like to sincerely apologize to Ivanka Trump and to my viewers for using an expletive on my show to describe her last night. It was inappropriate and inexcusable. I crossed a line, and I deeply regret it.
— Samantha Bee (@iamsambee) May 31, 2018
But does she really think an apology is enough? An apology was not enough for Roseanne Barr. Despite “Roseanne” being the number one show on TV, her show was immediately cancelled over a single tweet. And I would argue that Barr’s tweet about Valerie Jarrett looking like “Planet of the Apes” was far less offensive and vulgar than what Bee said. Barr’s comment reflected an accurate and truthful observation which joked about Jarrett’s appearance. Bee’s remarks on the other hand were much more hateful. After all, the “cunt” word is the most vulgar word in the English language that one can use to describe a woman.
So based on the fact that “Roseanne” was taken off the air over the “Planet of the Apes” tweet, it is only fair that Bee’s show suffer the same fate. Her show needs to be immediately cancelled. If it is not taken off the air, then what we have is an obvious case of hypocrisy and selective outrage.
The Disney Jew Bob Iger set the standard with what he did to the “Roseanne” show. If you as a television personality say anything that hurts feelings and offends people, then your show must be cancelled. No apology can make up for it.
But regardless of what happens with Bee, we need to demand that every person in show business is held to the same standard. It will cause all sorts of chaos in the entertainment world and severely anger the average normie that consumes this shit.
Generally speaking, normies get very angry when you fuck with their entertainment. If we can get lots of popular shows cancelled over politically incorrect things that an actor or a host says, it will be a big win for us in the culture war. The “Roseanne” cancellation has already been a huge win and additional cancellations will only be favorable to us moving forward.