• Annoying Agitator Spike Lee Says Post-Racial America Is “Bullsh*t”

    In an interview with Fusion TV’s Jorge Ramos, annoying liberal race hustler Spike Lee was the boy who cried victim.

    Speaking in terms of his teenage son and daughter, Lee says he tells them that because they’re black “they know what the deal is.”

    “What is the deal?” Ramos asked.

    “The deal that you’re black. You can’t just think, ‘I’m successful and I’ve just reached another realm and that I’m in a post’ . . . . (Spike Lee is seen asking the crowd for the correct terminology: ‘Post-racial America,’ the crowd says.).

    “Yeah that bullshit,” Lee said.

    “Where because now we have a black, African-American president that race no longer matters. And there are times, even today, where it’s hard for me to catch a cab sometimes in New York City.”

    “So you feel discriminated against constantly?” Ramos asked.

    Not answering the question directly, Spike Lee instead says, “you’re made aware of it. I’m not complaining. It’s just something you grow up with.”

    Spike Lee also thanks Obama has been a good president who has “done all he can with the opposition he’s faced from the Republican party.”

    That’s not unique. All presidents face “opposition” from the opposing party. Spike Lee sees everything through the prism of victimhood.

    He also said he doesn’t think it’s true that if you work hard that one can make it in America. “Women wouldn’t agree with that,” Lee said. He then went on to spew the false line about women being paid less than men for doing the same work. “Why are women paid a whole lot less than men?” Lee asked.

    Spike Lee is a sad, insufferable human being. He’s had a wildly successful career in Hollywood–a place in show business where black directors (or actors) have a hard time making it big.

    No matter the positive strides America has made or the personal achievements he, his family, and friends have accomplished, Spike Lee still sees the country as Jim Crow America writ large.

    And that’s truly sad. It’s sad because Spike Lee could be using his story of fortune for good. He could be an evangelist for all that is right in America, instead of focusing on episodic tragedies.

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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