Ex-White House Aide Loses Her Mind, Calls the White House a 'Plantation'
Victim cards come in all colors and patterns. Female victimhood. LGBT victimhood. Race victimhood. Cards can now be combined with Mastercard transactions in California and certain areas of New York. Omarosa Manigault is playing her race card on "Big Brother," the show where celebrity careers go to die.
Omarosa was an aide to President Trump before she resigned. Or the White House pushed her out. Dueling stories. Nonetheless, here we are:
“I’m thinking of writing a tell-all sometime. He’s going to come after me with everything he has. Like, I’m going up against a kazillionaire. So I’ll probably end up in court for the next... but I have to tell my truth. I’m tired of being muted... Ooo, freedom! I'm emancipated! I feel like I just got freed off of a plantation.
“I was literally the only African American woman on the senior staff. Nobody knows what I went through. Nobody’s seen... I haven’t even told people some of the horrors that I experienced... Because I was black, people wouldn’t even talk to me. It wasn’t just the black thing, it was the woman thing.”
Omarosa seems to have lost her marbles. Maybe they're under the couch in the Oval Office. Too bad she can't go back to the "plantation" and check.
Describing the White House as a plantation is harmful to two things: her dignity and the validity of the actual torture her ancestors may have experienced. Only an entitled, delusional plop would complain about being oppressed in the White House. The highest office space in the U.S. From where she quit.
If she were truly oppressed, she wouldn't be allowed within a 10 mile radius of the famous dome.
“Omarosa was fired three times on ‘The Apprentice.’ This was the fourth time we let her go,” Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah said earlier this month.
Ouch. Embarrassing. Not as embarrassing as being taken from a serious position to being asked onto Big Brother, but still. The most awkward part is that she didn't have any better job offers. Of course, this is supposed to be "Celebrity Big Brother." But we have no idea who those other people are.
Omarosa is falling from the tree of plenty into the sewage pit of whiny bums. This former White House employee shows how easy it is to blame one's self-loathing on others. Instead of taking responsibility for their lives, victim culture allows people to blame their weight, income, lack of talent, and lack of basic hygiene on those of higher economic status. Because of how the demographical victim system works, even successful black people can now play the race card. We don't like this game. Let us off, please.
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