Skip to comments.Should have Eddie Murphy been banned from SNL for this skit?(kill the white people)
Posted on 08/14/2013 1:46:35 PM PDT by DallasBiff
Huh, where was Obama and his leftist friends when this came out?
Where was the outrage, like there is for this rodeo clown today.
Eddie Murphy? Don’t you mean Garret Morris?
Or Chris Rock for his racist white jokes??
Whoa hold on, now...pointing out HYPOCRISY?? How dare you. Report to the re-education camp immediately.
Years after the assassination of President George W. Bush in Chicago, an investigative documentary examines that as-yet-unsolved crime.
Mr Robinson’s Neighborhood - Kill the white landlord
Garrett Morris’ skit is “Gonna Get Me a Shotgun” (and kill all the whiteys I see)
I thought that was a pretty hilarious skit. And Murphy’s voice was surprisingly good.
NO! These were jokes. If you don’t like em—don’t see their movies, TV shows or support any products they are linked with. Its called freedom—that means freedom for me and freedom for people I disagree with—Voltair said it best (a really wise Frenchman) “I disagree with everything you say, but I will fight to the death for your right to say it!”
It’s OK to wish for the death of White people, the eeevvviiilll oppressors, the slaveholders. Welcome to PC-America.
It was hilarious and so was the rodeo clown's, but Eddie Murphy didn't have a NAAWP, coming down on him for his skit.
Just pointing out the double standards Obama and democrats live by.
What are you yelling no about?
But Eddie Murphy was performing a sketch on a satirical show, and it was pretty over the top. (Credit to Tim Kazurinsky for the assist) But, the additional fact is, Murphy didn't specifically talk about harm coming to the president of the U.S.
It was clearly a joke, and it was done in 1982.
Because unlike our thin-skinned President, we white people didn’t take him seriously.
Are you Karl Rove?
You are twisting yourself into a pretzel
Oh yes I remember that one.
Morris also did the Hispanic baseball player Chico Esquala “baseball benn berry berry good to me”.
(I recall zero outrage over that one also).
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