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Ex-CNN Reporter Slammed On HBO Talk Show For Using Race Card

The point of this short story is to show that the special bubble that the protected classes have, that gives them special privileges and has let them get away with so much for far too long, due to people being afraid of being called a name, is going away.

This may seem small but it shows that the Overton Window is shifting.

ChatGPT defines that as:

The Overton Window is the range of ideas and policies that are considered acceptable or mainstream within a society or political context at a given time. It represents the boundaries of what is deemed legitimate or worthy of serious consideration in public discourse and policymaking.

Now the Democrats have been constantly pushing the Overton Window for decades towards degeneracy, so it’s great to see it getting pushed back.

And so we see Bill Maher on his show, Real Time with Bill Maher, calling out guest Don Lemon for using his dual special privilege card, he’s a just sweet lil’ poor gay man that’s always scared and feels so unsafe (I’m paraphrasing) and he’s a black man.

He then pointed out his use of the race card and questions how did Lemon actually suffer from that his unique experience.

His response is that he’s often the “only colored man in the room”?

Are Whites allowed to say ‘I don’t feel safe being the only White in the room?’

The System would crucify them. And Whites have been trained to be afraid to speak up for their own people. Whites don’t have freedom to say such things. Define muzzle (v).

Muzzle (verb)

To restrain or silence someone: In a figurative sense, “muzzle” can mean to prevent someone from speaking freely or expressing their opinions. It suggests restricting someone’s voice or opinions forcefully.

Tell me again about your oppression, Don.

It’s so hard having a month celebrating your sexuality, with the roads painted with your flags, isn’t it?

And what happens if someone drives over it and leaves tire tracks, Lemon?

Do they get they get a slap on the hand?

Do they get a ticket or…?


And what happens, oppressed Lemon, if someone says mean words about your cult?

Does the system cheer them on? Because the System is a big meanie and your kind are all alone?

What happens if someone says something mean to you?

They get sent to jail for that too?


People can get arrested for saying mean words, huh?

Reuter also mentioned back in March:

A video of officers with London’s Metropolitan Police warning Christian preachers that they could be arrested has been shared online without the context that the officers were responding to an allegation of homophobic and racist comments.

So it doesn’t sound like you’re oppressed at all.

In fact, it sounds like you’re part of a highly protected class.

But admitting that would cost you.

You’d have to give up your victim card.

And that’s at the core of your identity, isn’t it?

Looks like you’re in quite the pickle.


New York Post reports:

Former CNN host Don Lemon was humbled after bringing up his race and sexual orientation during a segment on “Real Time with Bill Maher” on Friday.

Lemon spoke to Maher on a panel with New York University professor Scott Galloway about the ongoing anti-Israel protests taking place on several college campuses nationwide.

However, Lemon suggested that the protests could be a learning experience for the students.

“I’m not minimizing what’s going on, but it teaches some of these students to deal with discomfort,” Lemon said.

Lemon said, “I’m often the only person of color in the room.”

“There’s only three of us here. Come on,” Maher said as the audience began laughing and cheering.

Prior to his appearance on “Real Time,” the former CNN anchor was referenced by one of Maher’s guests in 2023 following Lemon’s controversial remarks about Republican then-presidential candidate Nikki Haley.

So Lemon, I have to ask.

What happens if I say that gay people are –

(Let me go on record stating that I don’t trust Bill Maher for one second. And so I find his current opinions odd, which lean towards being pro-Republican. Does he see the writing on the wall and he’s jumping the Democrat’s ship?)


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