Conservative media whore and convicted felon, Dinesh D’Souza, likes to try and be cute and clever on his Twitter account. Usually his attempts at what he considers “humor” are miserable failures, such as when he posted this, last October:
Now, D’Souza has once again gone completely racist on President Obama, with the following tweet:
Racially charged language, much? Apparently D’Souza realized that, so he took to Twitter again to clarify.
Does it appear to anyone else that D’Souza’s “clarification” actually doubles down on the racism of his original tweet? If you talk about taking a black man “out of the ghetto,” then later say that you know he wasn’t actually raised in a ghetto, then what possible meaning could you expect others to get from your comments?
Twitter users respond to D’Souza.
If Dinesh D’Souza was expecting a lot of love from assorted Foxbots, racists, and other indiscriminate troglodytes, he must be disappointed. The responses to his disgusting tweets have been swift, and largely critical.
A number of users, such as the ones below, reminded D’Souza of his legal problems. Some question why someone with a criminal record should see fit to criticize the president for “unpresidential conduct.”
Others called D’Souza on his blatant racism.
Overall, the tweets attacking D’Souza and his comments run at least 10 to 1 against his opinion. On the whole, massive thread there doesn’t appear to be more than a handful of people who support D’Souza. But, he is quite willing to dig himself even deeper.
For which he was repeatedly slammed, again.
Somebody with more brains, and less bravado than D’Souza might think about giving up a fight that he is obviously losing. Liberals are ripping him, and conservatives are largely not coming to his aid. But, no, the fearless media whore continues on, unabashed and unabated. “Hey, somebody’s paying attention to me!” you can almost hear him saying.
Pity the plight of the poor, conservative felon. D’Souza is such a pariah that not even Sarah Palin has come to his defense. Yet.
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