May 20, 2014, - 12:34 pm
Not all well-known Blacks support the NBA’s politically correct decision to force the demented fool Donald Sterling to sell his NBA team over statements made in a private conversation with his strange gold-digger girlfriend, V. Stiviano. This morning on ABC’s yenta hag-fest, “The View-opause,” actor Terry Crews, who was a guest co-host on the show, objected to the NBA’s actions against Sterling.
“President Camacho” Actor Terry Crews Opposes NBA PC Crusade Against Donald Sterling
Crews, who stars on FOX’s “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” played President Camacho in the fantastic “Idiocracy,” and was in all of “The Expendables” movies, said he is sick and tired of “all this political correctness. You shouldn’t lose your business over that. It shouldn’t be taken away from you because you said something that isn’t politically correct.”
He went on to say that Sterling was angry and said the things he said in a private conversation. Crews said, as we have said here on this site, that if everyone was judged by what they say when they are angry and in private conversations with friends and family, no one should own an NBA team. “I know when I’m angry, I say things to my family that I don’t mean.”
“The View” hags were aghast, including and especially bim Jenny McCarthy, who argued with Crews. Crews said Sterling should be forgiven and allowed to keep the team. McCarthy said, “Well, I’m saying forgive, but face consequences.” Hmmm . . . we don’t need to imagine the kinds of things McCarthy says in her private life. Her privates are on display for all of America, including in porn flicks she did for Playboy. But, hey, we’re not allowed to “judge” that kind of behavior, only un-PC speech.
In contrast to Crews, Dr. Benjamin Carson, darling of the conservative movement, who was a guest on the show, disagreed with with the Black actor and said Sterling should lose his team and “see that there are consequences to his actions.” It’s interesting that Carson, who also supports race-based affirmative action (even though he is a brilliant surgeon and didn’t need affirmative action to succeed), is with thought police liberals on this issue. I wonder if he’s really as conservative–other than on select social issues like abortion–as his supporters would have us believe.
Regardless, it was good to see Crews–a successful Black actor from Hollywood (he’s originally from Flint, Michigan)–is an independent thinker and doesn’t toe the line when it comes to political correctness and the NBA. It’s refreshing. By the way, Crews also agreed with Carson in opposing welfare handouts.
Now that Crews’ views are out there, I’m sure he’ll pay. Hollywood orthodoxy doesn’t stand for this kind of critical thinking and independence of thought.
For the record, I think Donald Sterling is a creep and a racist (as well as an anti-Israel, self-hating Jew) and said so from day one of this whole scandal. I also think he’s a demented fool. But I think it’s absurd that the NBA and the mainstream media, etc. are forcing him to sell his team when they take zero action against NBA racists who are Black. And I don’t think someone should be disciplined like this over things said in private conversations.
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