Skip to comments.Fired ‘Opie and Anthony’ Host Anthony Cumia: ‘I Will Never Apologize’
Posted on 07/13/2014 7:09:39 AM PDT by rktman
Anthony Cumia, fired host of Sirius XMs Opie and Anthony Show, defended himself today during his first post-scandal TV appearance.
Cumia was given the boot after making racially-charged comments on Twitter last week.
I will never apologize for this; I didnt do anything wrong, Cumia said on Foxs Red Eye on Saturday morning, as reported by Mediaite. I go off on tears like this. I curse. I say horrific things about people who piss me off and thats exactly what I did. Why am I going to apologize and say I am different or I changed? I havent. It would be a phony bogus apology. If it happened again, I would do the same thing.
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Good for him. He took a lesson from the Greaseman. Grovelling kills careers.
Who does he think he is? Chris Rock?
The woman who attacked you has not apologized. Why should you?
While you pay the expensive price of free speech, and you are in PC broadcast exile (hopefully short), do say "HI!" to Dr. Laura. While you're on the outs, but are a news item, perhaps you might please mention that since the gay Kenyan has assumed office, many Negroes seem to have taken it as a licence to behave very badly.
Since racial conflict is a desired end of the Democrat Party and this administration, it is important for people to speak out ... and obey the law.
Just look at the Martin-Zimmerman case as prime evidence of that. If Martin had been a white teen, the incident would be seen as the now Black-Hispanic Zimmerman legally defending himself against a white thug.
Sorry, but I have to side with the black victim. She had a right to attack him due to “black rage” and the liberal law of the land states that white people or Hispanic whites must accept their black beat downs properly.
What to do if you if you incite an episode of black rage.
1. Remain completely immobile as the victim pummels you.
2. Do not under any circumstances attempt to defend yourself.
3. If you feel yourself going unconscious, attempt to sincerely apologize to the victim to stay alert. An apology for slavery is the preferred method.
4. After the beat down is complete do NOT under any condition post any disparaging remarks about the victim on social media.
“This guy doesn’t want to accept that when someone can fire you, it just means you aren’t the boss.”
Where do you get that?
Wait, he was fired for calling someone who attacked him names?
So if it was a white woman who attacked him and he called her names, he would still have a job?
I remember when America had free speech.
Is Opie still on the air? Is it now the Opie Show?
Blacks have two speeds-on and off and nothing in-between!
I don’t know this guy but I absolutely LOVE his attitude toward apologies. He’s doing it right. Just about everyone else does it wrong.
You see, the native in question may become irate because a photo is like taking their soul, and will require many ritual cleansings and expensive animal sacrifices. (Cue The Rev Al. Image of Native? Bad Ju-Ju, or in this case, MoJo).
Experienced travelers in primitive lands always ask permission, and may even offer some token of recompense to the potentially offended native.
please check here before photographing natives:
LOL! All the while taking comfort in the knowledge that you have “white privilege”.
I guess “pig” and “animal” will be added to the growing list of unusable racsit words.....Don’t forget Water Buffalo! When I (proudly) wore a police uniform I was awarded a silver pig tie tack as an award for surviving an attack. I won’t tell you what the gold pig tie tack was for. I didn’t get fired for wearing that tie tack. A lot of respect was given to me though.
Maybe now he will have time to become the leader of the White Resistance, because we need someone to start doing that.