One or more of the doofuses on The View borrowed Whoopi’s race card in order to add some racial overtones to yesterday’s royal wedding.
I don’t quite know what they’re trying to say here, and neither do they, but whatever it is, there weren’t enough black people there, and the ones who were there were just
Never mind who wore what, the View’s Sherri Shepherd had another more controversial question about the Royal Wedding today.
‘Where are the black people?’ the outspoken actress, 44, asked as the panelists critiqued Prince William and Kate Middleton’s ceremony.
The star said she had earlier searched through the footage of guests at Westminster Abbey.
‘Audrey Jones our producer was looking for the black people in the wedding and we found our Rosa Parks moment, because we were like ‘where are the black people’?’ she said.
‘It was like where’s Waldo, where are the black people?’ she added.
‘We found one little black child in the choir but where’s the black people at this wedding?’ she repeated.
‘Wait a minute the Calvary guy, from New York,’ said Goldie Hawn, 65, who was a guest host for the day.
I think these Hope & Change Kool Aid chuggers are just pissed that the Obamas were snubbed. If the Obamas were there the rest of the wedding could have been whiter than an Osmonds special in a blizzard and it would have been the greatest, most inclusive and hopeful wedding ever!
The View boneheads ultimately conceded that there were a few black people at the wedding, but that they were segregated just like they tried to do to Rosa Parks, or something:
I ask myself a similar question whenever I see a clip from The View — “Where are the smart people? Oh… there’s one way over there… the token.”