Rioting savages in Islamic hellholes overseas aren’t the only ones who claim authority to determine what Americans can and cannot say. According to moonbatty ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith, all blacks are entitled to the role of official censors.
In a bizarre fuss over an utterly innocuous cartoon poking fun at sulky Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton in the Charlotte Observer, the righteously oppressed Smith pompously proclaimed,
“You must understand that if you are not an African American, you don’t get to make that call about what we should and should not be sensitive to.”
The cartoon had nothing whatsoever to do with race, except that Newton is black, and therefore any expression deemed critical of him will also be branded as racist by leftist bullies.
Just think of anyone who appears to have African blood as being Mohammed, and yourself as living in Saudi Arabia, and you’ll know what is safe to say.