Joe Newby Examiner.com | While appearing on Saturday Night Live this Saturday, Oscar winning actor Jamie Foxx spoke highly about killing white people in Quentin Tarantino’s new movie, “Django Unchained,” before asking the audience, “How great is that?”
“I play a slave. How black is that?” he asked. “I have to wear chains. How whack is that?”
“I get free. I save my wife and I kill all the white people in the movie,” Foxx said to thunderous applause. “How great is that?”
Foxx went on to say that “black is the new white.”
“You know how you know black is in right now? Because the Nets moved to Brooklyn,” he added. “How black is that?”
Foxx went on to say that Obama’s first term represented his white half, adding that America will see a blacker, cooler president named “Barack Dikembe Mutombo Tupac Mandela Hussein Obama X” in the next four years.
Foxx recently sparked controversy when he called Obama “our lord and savior” during the recent Soul Train Awards program.
“It’s like church over here. It’s like church in here. First of all, give an honor to God and our lord and savior Barack Obama. Barack Obama,” he said.
The double standard is obvious. If a white actor ever joked that killing black people in a movie was “great,” every talking head at MSNBC would explode and the actor would be castigated by the left.
Foxx, however, gets a pass.
“But apparently the moral is this — if you’re black, you can get away with it, because being black is in,” Kelsey Osterman wrote at Red Alert Politics.