Trump Continues to be Trashed; Rihanna is Praised for Her Racist Video

Trump Continues to be Trashed; Rihanna is Praised for Her Racist Video

Donald Trump continues to speak his mind about illegal Mexican immigration, today accusing the Mexican government of using the United States as a dumping ground for the “worst elements” of that country.

“The largest suppliers of heroin, cocaine and other illicit drugs are Mexican cartels that arrange to have Mexican immigrants trying to cross the borders and smuggle in the drugs. The border patrol knows this. Likewise, tremendous infectious disease is pouring across the border. The United States has become a dumping ground for Mexico and, in fact, for many other parts of the world.”

Once again, Trump paid for his outspokenness. On Monday, ESPN pulled a cancer charity event from Trump National golf club in New Jersey and relocated it to Pelican Hill golf club in the Los Angeles area. “Diversity and inclusion are core values at ESPN and our decision also supports that commitment,” said an ESPN spokesman.

Meanwhile, on July 1 a popular rap singer released a video replete with overt racism, violence, drugs, torture, murder, and the free-flow of the N-word, and when a British mother and journalist wrote of her concern, she was castigated by the liberal press. The video, of course, was praised.

Rihanna, from video “BBHMM.”

Singer Rihanna’s video of her song “Bitch Better Have My Money” (popularly known as “BBHMM”) caught the attention of Daily Mail journalist Sarah Vine, who is also the mother of a 12-year-old daughter.

Vine starts her description of the video’s storyline by introducing the victim, “A rich, blonde, white woman with expensive hair and even more expensive breast implants is putting the finishing touches to her toilette.” Racist stereotyping, anyone?


The woman is kidnapped in an elevator by Rihanna, stuffed into a trunk, stripped naked, and hung upside-down in a warehouse. The woman is the wife of an accountant who cheated Rihanna out of some money, you see, and the husband (the actual “bitch” from the title) must pay. But he doesn’t. Vine continues:

Increasingly frustrated at his unwillingness to pay up, Rihanna and her stooges progress to a motel, where a Sapphic sex party ensues, in which their victim is spread-eagled naked on a bed, plied with drugs, and the various participants take turns to wave their bodies in her face.

Rihanna and her gal-pals dispense with the blonde wife, and Rihanna heads back to the accountant’s apartment, loaded with deadly weapons, to finish off the husband.


Here is the entire 7-minute video. I cannot over emphasize how this video is not only unsafe for work, but should definitely not be shown in the presence of children.

For her efforts, Sarah Vine was mocked by the liberal The Atlantic. Writer Spencer Kornhaber launches into Vine:

Of all the scandalized reactions to Rihanna’s music video for “Bitch Better Have My Money,” my favorite comes, as is not surprising for this sort of thing, from theDaily Mail. Labelling herself in the headline as a “concerned parent” (a term to transport one to the days of Tipper Gore’s crusade against lyrics if there ever was one), Sarah Vine opens her column by talking at length about how so very, very reluctant she was to watch Rihanna’s new clip.

He also excuses the overt racism inherent in the video:

It’s likely no accident that Rihanna’s riding with a multicultural female posse and that Roberts’s character inhabits one of the ultimate stereotypes of whiteness—the banker’s prissy wife. Rihanna was ripped off by a caucasian financier who was supposed to help her; she’s not the first person of color in that position, and she’s probably not the first to fantasize about doing something drastic about it. Why wouldn’t she make art about it?

Black writer Mia McKenzie not only excuses, but glorifies the violence against the white victim:

Let me tell you what I see when I watch this video: I see a black woman putting her own well-being above the well-being of a white woman. . . .

Here, Rihanna flips the script: if a white woman has to suffer some so that she, a black woman, can survive, so be it. After all, white women have been surviving on our suffering for hundreds of years. . . .

White women have been unapologetically violent towards black women for centuries. They’ve used the power of the state, of the police, of the courts, of the media, and of individual white men to harm black people, including black women, time and time again. They are as harmful to us as white men are. So, for many of us, kidnapping the white brother or the white wife is all the same. . . .

Well, let me tell you what see.

I see a man running for the Republican nomination for president who is paying the price for his brash comments about Mexican illegals crossing our border. Love him or hate him, Donald Trump is placing a very important issue in the laps of the other candidates, and daring them to make a stand. For that he is labeled a racist, a bigot, and a nativist. For that, says the Left, he must be punished.

I see a very successful and wealthy young rap star (who ironically was once a victim of domestic abuse) create a repulsive video swimming in racism, violence, drugs, and murder, and for that she is applauded.

If it weren’t for double standards, progressives wouldn’t have any.

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Kim is a pint-sized patriot who packs some big contradictions. She is a Baby Boomer who never became a hippie, an active Republican who first registered as a Democrat (okay, it was to help a sorority sister's father in his run for sheriff), and a devout Lutheran who practices yoga. Growing up in small-town Indiana, now living in the Kansas City metro, Kim is a conservative Midwestern gal whose heart is also in the Seattle area, where her eldest daughter, son-in-law, and grandson live. Kim is a working speech pathologist who left school system employment behind to subcontract to an agency, and has never looked back. She describes her conservatism as falling in the mold of Russell Kirk's Ten Conservative Principles. Don't know what they are? Google them!


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