The Jew just cannot help itself when a chance comes to attack the White Race.
It’s truly like we’re witnessing biological drives that are as instinctual as breathing when we see the corrosive nature of the Christ-Killer make headlines.
I’m just surprised we still see culturally-hip Jews like Chelsea Handler push the tired old “My Fellow White People” meme – with her expertise you would think that she would’ve long ago figured out that the Goyim know.
Netflix talk show host Chelsea Handler marked the national Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday on her Twitter account Monday, writing in a post that it is “up to white people” to honor Dr. King’s legacy and declaring that white people must spend the day thinking about “what it must be like to not be white.”
The 42-year-old Chelsea host-turned-political activist wrote in her Twitter post that the January 15 national holiday “means more today than it ever has.”
“Happy Martin Luther King day to a true hero,” Handler wrote. “This day means more today than it ever has. We all must honor the spirit of his fairness and equality and tireless search for justice. It is up to white people to honor Dr King, and to think about what it must be like to not be white.”
To be fair, Chelsea, I have thought about this more than once, and have often given thanks to God for creating me as a White Man, and have thanked my ancestors for not engaging in bestiality throughout the long progress of generations.
I’ve also thought about what it must be like to live with Jew blood – I can see where you must suffer with the evil side of you struggling against your pure White half.
Handler made headlines last week following the president’s live, partially televised meeting with Republican and Democratic lawmakers to discuss immigration, when she suggested in a profanity-laced tweet that Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) is gay, and being blackmailed to act in a certain manner.
“Hey, @LindsayGrahamSC what kind of d*ck sucking video do they have on you for you 2 be acting like this? Wouldn’t coming out be more honorable?” she tweeted.
Okay, so even a broken clock is right twice a day – and the Jewess made a likely-factual funny.
Still, does anyone think this tweet absolves her from a life of standard filth and subversion?
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