- Joined Jan 20, 2016
100% agree. And the refs are just standing there.
we having this discussion, right now....in the combat Jack threadWell, I think she WAS joking but I don't think SHE should be joking about THAT with HIM.
Keep some jokes away from "them."
So they posted this with full context days ago, and somebody clipped that part out
Now we got black ppl coming at Jemele, for a white dude who would debate you down about his right to say _
We gotta stop falling for it
Exactly. Almost the same **** as the Katrina Pierson/Ice Cube ****
The OG post, got AMPLIFIED from here.
Of course, it was posted without context....to do, exactly THIS. Now take a closer look at the profile of the person who amplified it. Click on her bio. See who, and what is aligned with.
I made a post yersterday, about how you can selectively amplify and spread whatever narrative you want. With the right traction. It’s true as hell.
It’s clearly, a corny *** Joke. The context is, on Social Media all week after the Nate/Paul fight....people were jokingly saying that fight looks like racism on that medium, it worked.
It ain’t hit the same on this medium.
She wasn't even the originator of THAT thought though.No. That's how she thinks. She always finds something racist about the smallest things.
That's The main reason I can't watch her.
pooor attempt of trying to follow this memeShe wasn't even the originator of THAT thought though.
There were plenty of, "That felt racist" memes going on all month. When that happened, folks added it to the list.
She was joking.
He had a bad WiFi, and Cari couldn’t hear him the first time. Jemele asked the lead the first time...and once they got the go ahead that Cari could now hear him and vice versa....Cari asked it again.was there a nee dto ask the question twice though when they heard his answer the first time ?
social media is really a plague every so often its awesome with a positive messageHe had a bad WiFi, and Cari couldn’t hear him the first time. Jemele asked the lead the first time...and once they got the go ahead that Cari could now hear him and vice versa....Cari asked it again.
Social media is terrible.
An overwhelming majority of social media...is taking it as them being serious. Bad actors and misinformed people are doing this, with the intent of making it seem like Black people make “everything about race” and overplay “the race card”. No better target than Jemele/Cari.
That’s the origin. That’s the intent.
It was clearly a poorly landed joke, based off of social media memes.
That just didn’t land, and got chopped up for ill intent.
But the damage is done.
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