Jigaboo Congressman Makes Nasty, Crude Sex Joke About Blonde Kellyanne Conway

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I saw the headline about a tasteless joke involving Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway, so I clicked on the story and started to read. It was odd that there was no photo of the Congressman, Democrat Cedrick Richmond of Louisiana, who made a flippant remark about Kellyanne Conway. But being Negro-wise and media-wise, it was obvious that the name Cedrick is a black name. Cedrick is black and the media don’t want you to know that. Otherwise, his picture would have accompanied the story.

Kudos to me!!!

So, here Cedrick is and here’s how “muh dik” played out.

Business Insider

Rep. Cedric Richmond, Democrat of Louisiana, made a sexually crude joke about a now-notorious photo of President Donald Trump’s adviser Kellyanne Conway kneeling on an Oval Office sofa at the annual Washington Press Club Foundation congressional dinner on Wednesday night.

“I really just want to know what was going on there,” Richmond said at the dinner. “Because she really looked kind of familiar there in that position there. But don’t answer. And I don’t want you to refer back to the ’90s.”

Conway previously said she was kneeling on the couch in order to take a photo of the president posing with dozens of leaders of Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

The White House demanded an apology and Republican National Chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel accused Richmond of sexism.

“You may think this is funny, but it’s not. It’s disgusting & offensive,” McDaniel tweeted on Thursday. “A snarky joke for you is just a reminder of the demeaning comments women hear every single day.”

It was a Republican—Sen. Tim Scott—who brought up the photo of Conway a few minutes before Richmond’s comment.

“Has anyone seen the controversy around Kellyanne Conway and the couch in the Oval Office?” Scott asked the crowd of journalists and lawmakers. “Come on, people. You remember the ’90s. That couch has had a whole lot of worse things. Come on now.”

Richmond defended himself when asked by a reporter after the event if the joke was meant to be lewd.

“I just said she looked comfortable in that position,” Richmond said. “I can’t let Tim get away with making a Clinton joke without making one of my own.”

In a statement on Thursday, Richmond attempted to clarify his comment, but did not apologize.

“Where I grew up saying that someone is looking or acting ‘familiar’ simply means that they are behaving too comfortably,” Richmond said. “I decided to use that joke due to the large social media backlash over her inappropriate posture considering there were more than 60 HBCU Presidents in the room.”

In my grandfather’s day, Cedric would have been horsewhipped.

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21 thoughts on “Jigaboo Congressman Makes Nasty, Crude Sex Joke About Blonde Kellyanne Conway

  1. She was also checking her phone. She didn’t need to kneel on the couch to take that photo. What BS. Her shot would have been better had she stood up. The nigger was crude and should have kept his yap shut but what do you expect from a talking ape??

      • This is her husband, a Filipino & their brats,. Didn’t know she was mudsharking, did you??

      • I never liked her very much and thought she was overrated. But this post is about a Negro insulting a whie woman, not her taste in men. Turning to a different blonde, I hear that Ann Coulter has sex with blacks and Muslims. I still find her useful to the cause.

        Here’s a piece on her hubby. He looks like a darkish Jew to a degree.

        http://heavy.com/news/2016/08/george-t-conway-iii-kellyanne-husband-photos-age-net-worth-lawyer-paula-jones-bill-clinton-hillary-drudge-federalist-society/

      • Can you back up that statement on Coulter? If true, then you think anything goes as long as they are for the White Race???

        I know what the article’s about, but let me get this straight: so whatever darkie KAC schlups is OK by you as long as she is part of your beloved Thumper’s administration?? As long as they’re for Thump, it doesn’t matter what they do?? Just want to know what you actually stand for, PJ.

      • fake news
        Fake news is produced by web sites or tabloids for the purpose of attracting viewers to ads. Fake news are sensational false (fiction) news-like stories created purely to attract readers.

        Comedy shows, like the Daily Show, commonly mix real news with humor, including fictitious humor. But the news part of it is real. True, people who fall for fake news sites are very gullible, and perhaps can’t tell which parts of the Daily Show are fiction, but those people aren’t the Daily Show’s target audience. Fake news has come to mean fiction for fiction’s sake.

        Fake news should also be distinguished from false news, also called dishonest news or lies that are told for political purposes. Many of the anti-Hillary stories were created by fake news sites, but then posted as lies on sites like Fox and Breitbart.
        Fox and Breitbart republish a lot of fake news.

      • You need to learn the difference between fake news and news you disagree with:

        By Forrest Stroud
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        Websites with fake news content frequently use a combination of website spoofing and authentic news styling techniques to mislead readers, creating their sites to closely resemble and operate like authentic news sites such as MSNBC or CNN.
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        The Role of Fake News in the 2016 U.S. Election
        Fake news gained considerable attention in the 2016 United States election, with both Democrats and Republicans blaming the other for spreading false information. Many in the media and those publicly polled after the election believed the widespread proliferation of fake news helped influence the election’s results.

  2. Niggers will be niggers so long as jews can make sure that there are no Historically White Colleges and Universities and to continue to have their political power to affirmatively discriminate against White people.

    And, Uncle Cedric can be horsewhipped today and should be, before being shipped back to Nigeria.

    • The feds have designated the big public university in San Antonio as a “Hispanic serving” institution. I think that’s the phrase. Ricardo Romo, the university prez featured here last week, was allegedly born in the U.S., so why can’t he say “piece of shit” without it sounding like “Pizza chip,” which is my nickname for him.

    • I have a feeling that Cedrick has done some real grabbing in his day, but probably on his own race. In Louisiana, there are still some white women who don’t like a grabber and know how to make a fuss about it.

      • I have just checked our news. No mention of it. Yet, the Trump affair, which happened eleven years ago in private is regularly mentioned.

        No bias with our news. Yeah right.

      • What was it the libtards said about Trump because of events years ago. Not my president.

        Well Richmond not my Congressman should be their battle cry now.

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