Charlie Kirk had social media lighting up over his comments of the Meghan and Harry interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Kirk started off by asking, “are we really now going to blame racism for the alleged oppressed life of Meghan Markle? Is that going to be the consensus point? He continued saying Markle’s narrative is, “I am going to play a victim, while I was literally admitted into the royal family.”
In a clip from the interview, Markle explains to Oprah that someone asked how dark their baby’s skin color might be but points out that she did not hear this herself and it was relayed to her through Prince Harry. “If he were too brown, that would be a problem, are you saying that,” Oprah asked Markle to which she replied, “I wasn’t able to follow up with why but if that’s the assumption you’re making I think that feels like a pretty safe one.” When Oprah pressed to know who asked this question, neither Harry nor Meghan would answer, leaving millions to speculate.
“Meghan, you are now allowing your feels, feelings I guess I should say, to dictate an accusation of a family that largely by all evidence available embraced you,” Kirk stated. “What an unbelievably, ungrateful person you are. No gratitude. Perfect leftist.”
One of Kirk’s biggest issues is not with Meghan and Harry but with Oprah. He points out that she is someone that started from nothing and didn’t allow being a black woman to keep her from climbing to the top of the success ladder, having prominent interviews throughout the years and becoming a billionaire. Oprah instilled in so many the “work hard ethic” and to go for your dreams, not playing a victim. Now it seems to be the opposite as she validated Markle’s concerns of being a victim as she lives in luxury most people will never achieve.
“Oprah Winfrey said last summer, white people don’t understand that whiteness itself gets you through life in ways that blackness cannot,”Kirk stated. “Oprah Winfrey, more so than the metro-sexual beta male Prince Harry or the leftist Meghan Markle, forget about those people, Oprah should be the focus of this entire thing.
Kirk points out that “Oprah has lived the story of what it means to be an American entrepreneur.” Now her entire platform is dedicated around the validation of victimhood.
Anyone who sits by and lets his family and his country get attacked the way that Harry did last night is certainly not an alpha.
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) March 8, 2021
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NY State Senate Majority Leader: “Governor Cuomo Must Resign”
New York Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins says Governor Andrew Cuomo “must resign” for the “good of the state.”
In a statement issued yesterday, Stewart-Cousins said, “Every day there is another account that is drawing away from the business of government. We have allegations about sexual harassment, a toxic work environment, the loss of credibility surrounding the COVID-19 nursing home data and questions about the construction of a major infrastructure project.”
“New York is still in the midst of this pandemic and is still facing the societal, health and economic impacts of it,” she added. “We need to govern without daily distraction. For the good of the state Governor Cuomo must resign.”
Stewart-Cousins had previously stated she wouldn’t call for Cuomo’s resignation after he had been accused of sexual harassment by three separate women. However, if more than three accusers came forward, she would change her tune.
Over the weekend, two more women accused Cuomo of sexual harassment, bringing the total number of alleged victims to five.
Cuomo has denied the allegations saying he “never inappropriately touched anybody.”
I acknowledge some of the things I have said have been misinterpreted as an unwanted flirtation,” the governor said. “To the extent anyone felt that way, I am truly sorry about that.”
On Sunday, the governor said he would not resign.
“There is no way I resign,” he said during a press conference. “”I was elected by the people of the state. I wasn’t elected by politicians. I’m not gonna resign because of allegations.”
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