Liberal radio host Stephanie Miller apparently thought she was being adorable and hilarious when she attempted to mock what she perceives to be racism among conservative opponents of President Barack Obama on Tuesday. Her method, however, consisted of suggesting that future black presidents will embrace “gangsta” stereotypes.
“When we look back in history not only will he be seen at a great President we will have had 20 more black presidents, and they will all be progressively blacker until every tea party head in the country explodes,” Miller began.
She said she hopes that future African-American presidents will be closer to rappers 50 Cent and Ludacris than Obama.
“I hope future State of the Unions start with ‘Sup, America,” Miller continued.
“Yeah, here comes the first lady,” she added after playing a Ludacris song in which he claims to want a “freak in the sheets.”
“She’s the first lady in the bed,” Miller said of the future African-American president’s wife.
“And then the gansta mic drop at the end of every State of the Union,” Miller continued.
“I just said objects in the mirror may seem blacker than they appear,” she concluded. “In history, President Obama will seem less black and scary to many of the, the tea party will be extinct then.”
Listen to the audio below via The Stephanie Miller Show:
h/t Media Research Center
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