August 28, 2019
She said what everyone always thinks every time they see gorillas and blacks next to each other.
Even the black male agreed that the gorilla kinda looked like him.
Even Google’s AI thought blacks looked like gorillas.
They really do look like gorillas, but pointing it out is PURE EVIL.
She apologized for one of the worst crimes ever committed on live television.
She’ll have to do better than that to make up for her crimes.
That may look like sexual assault by current year standards, but it’s not — because she is evil.
An Oklahoma City news anchor apologized to her black co-host on Friday after comparing him to a gorilla during a last week segment.
Alex Housden, morning anchor for KOCO-TV, had made the comparison with her co-anchor – Jason Hackett – while the duo reported on a young gorilla at the Oklahoma City Zoo on Thursday.
Housden told Hackett that the primate ‘kind of looks like you’ to which her co-anchor quickly responded ‘he kind of does, actually yeah.’
On Friday, she apologized to ‘one of my best friends for the past year and a half.’
‘I’m here this morning because I want to apologize, not only to my coworker Jason, but to our entire community,’ she said during the Friday segment. ‘I said something yesterday that was inconsiderate, it was inappropriate and I hurt people.
She continued: I want you to know I understand how much I hurt you all out there and how much I hurt you. I would never do anything on purpose to hurt you.
Hackett accepted his co-host’s apology and cosigned that the two had a fantastic relationship.
‘What she said yesterday was wrong,’ he said in response. It cut deep for me and a lot of you in the community.’
He continued: ‘The lesson here is that words matter. We are becoming a more diverse country and there is no excuse. We have to understand the stereotypes, we have to understand each other’s backgrounds and the words that hurt, the words that cut deep.
The machetes and blades that Africans use to kill each other cut deeper than those words, so maybe he should also complain about that too.
It isn’t surprising that he feels that way though.
Blacks know, deep down, that they’re not that different from gorillas and chimpanzees, and they’re terrified that white people will figure that out and start putting them in zoos too.
Do you think Brad Pitt would feel hurt if someone said he looks like a gorilla?
Of course not. It makes no sense.
Gorillas look nothing like him.
Blacks, on the other hand…
Not hard to understand why they don’t like to hear the G-word.
The ones that should really be offended by this are gorillas themselves though, as they’re smarter and more peaceful than blacks. But perhaps being smarter and more peaceful than blacks is the reason why they’re on the brink of extinction.