It seems there was a little dust-up in Sedalia, Missouri over the weekend. You’ve heard about it haven’t you? Some seditionist decided to teach racism to a bull.
The nation has one man to thank for alerting us to this vile act. That man is Perry Beam—a 48-year-old musician from Higginsville, Mo who took to his Facebook page and KSDK NewsChannel 5 to
squee opine that the rodeo event at the Missouri
State Fair was like a Ku Klux Klan rally.
He breathlessly reported that the announcer “whipped up” the spectators
other seditionists and it was “at that point” he began “to feel a sense of fear. It was feeling like some kind of Klan rally
you’d see on TV. I’ve never seen
anything so blatantly racist in my life.”
Because of this one man’s acute journalistic skills, the Missouri State Fair will force rodeo clowns to attend sensitivity training and the NAACP has called for “a full review by both the Secret Service and the Justice Department.”
When it becomes raaaaacist to mock a Democratic president, then we are one step away from censorship.
African-Americans should be less offended by mask-wearing clowns at rodeos and more shaken by a president who is unqualified to hold the office, is a removed, elite on-looker who stands by as cities go bankrupt, medical costs skyrocket, racial tensions explode, foreign policy flounders, plays cards during the Bin Laden raid and does nothing to save an American ambassador from being murdered and dragged through the streets of Benghazi.
This is a phony scandal.
I guess only Obama can wear an Obama mask.
"Above all else, the Devil cannot stand to be mocked." - C.S. Lewis pic.twitter.com/MgxKMFL5lW
— Brandon Morse (@TheBrandonMorse) August 14, 2013
#sadgooglesearches Should I be ashamed of having more personal regard for Putin than my own pathetic beta-male presidential tool?
— Smitty, Rodeologist (@smitty_one_each) August 15, 2013