Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Another "Crazed" Libtard Triggered And Melting Down After Seeing "Dukes of Hazzard" Gen. Lee At Toronto Car Show (06.28.17)

If she had of watched the show she'd have known the Dukes were "just a good 'ol boys, never meaning no harm".  Seriously, this has to be one of the one of the worst cases of "snowflake syndrome" I have ever witnessed. She begins by calling the replica of a car from one of the most popular shows in television history            (The Dukes of Hazzard 1979-85) a racist car. There is no hope for her. She has ingested way too much of the "Kool-Aid". Sadly, many of the networks have discontinued the program in recent years and branded one of the most family orientated TV shows ever as "racist" all because of a Confederate flag painted on the top of  "burnt orange" 1969 Charger named "The General Lee". I was informed this complete and total fit of ignorance occured back in June.  I just saw it today and felt it worth sharing. By the way, H/T to the narrator who does a good job explaining her actions. CAUTION: This special snowflake is full of obscene language.



Special thanks to Greg in Sardis for turning me on to this!

5 comments:

  1. The only thing better would have been if the show organizers would have announced over the P.A., that the car won "Best of Show" while she was still there.

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  2. Toronto is infested with Somalis and Hatians that immigrated in the 80's when trudeau sr. opened the floodgate to economic refugees.

    The last year or so they have been screaming about BLM canada and being slaves. Sadly people believe them. The only slaves Canada had were the irish.

    Exile1981

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    1. Not quite true. Canada has a solid history of indentured servitude particularly in Quebec where a lot of the servants (slaves) were from a variety of western European nations including France itself.

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    2. Bonded indenture was not slavery, it was a contract. That was how many people got to the New World. They paid their passage by indenturing themselves to landowners needing workers.

      Some contracts were abused, but it was done in the English colonies, too.

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  3. Should have played, "Cotton Fields", on the Muzak.

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