Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House Press Secretary, turned the tables when she was asked about President Trump's reaction to Roseanne Barr's racist tweet.
It's about the distraction, tweeted Tony Posnanski.
"The right is not outraged by Samantha Bee's comment … They just want to justify Roseanne's defense of racist commentary," he said.
The Guilty's Argument:
Conservative syndicated columnist and talk radio host Ben Shapiro (The Daily Wire) focused on the cable network TBS and the production team of Bee and pointed out that their show was previously tested.
(In fact their use of obscenity has been factored so that the responsible persons must have known that they would say so.)
"Here's the thing about (Bee's) evil little tirade, which is especially amazing : It was written, it was recorded, nobody thought twice about it, "He tweeted.
Matt Walsh, who calls himself an "extremist" on his Twitter account, said everyone should ask TBS to get rid of Bee and their "gruesome" Show.
"I supported ABC in firing Roseanne and I will demand that TBS be kept at the same level," he said.
The thesis's difference argument:
Some tried to pinpoint the differences between the Barr and Explain Bee episodes.
"Stop the" what about "ism-both things can be wrong while being different, and therefore treated differently, "tweeting someone called The Real Tandy.
"Another difference between Samantha Bee's situation and Roseannes.
Roseanne was fired from her boss." Samantha Bee is being attacked by the federal government ", Chris Barnhart explained.
The Smallpox Against All-House Argument:
In this camp was the former Congressman orator and right-wing Fire Joe Walsh.
"We've become a nation of cupcakes on both sides, grow up," he tweeted.
The Joke-Off Argument:
This may not have been entirely convincing. Comedian Elayne Boosler noted that Barr was eliminated because she humiliated and humiliated African Americans, and they let her voice ring. But the jury is still out on Bee, she tweeted.
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