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Oprah Winfrey falsely claims ‘millions’of blacks were lynched

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This is from BizPac Review.

Dopey Winfrey like all good leftist loons does not allow facts to get in

of the facts they throw out.

Dopey has had her fifteen minutes of fame and she is trying her place in

the spotlight once more.

 

Democratic politician Daniel Patrick Moynihan once proclaimed: “Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not to his own facts.”

An adage that does not seem to apply to media mega-star Oprah Winfrey, who recently claimed the “n-word” was the last thing heard by “millions” who were lynched, Newsbusters reported.

A clear — and blatantly false — implication that millions of blacks have been lynched because of their race.

Winfrey made the comment during an interview with Parade Magazine, as she discussed her role in Lee Daniels’ “The Butler,” a movie that chronicles a black man’s years of service in the White House.

When asked a question about using the “n-word,” Winfrey said:

“You cannot be my friend and use that word around me. It shows my age, but I feel strongly about it. … I always think of the millions of people who heard that as their last word as they were hanging from a tree.”

Interestingly, the inaccuracy went unchallenged by Parade Magazine.

Nearly 3,500 African Americans and 1,300 whites were lynched in the United States between 1882 and 1968, mostly from 1882 to 1920, according to the Archives at Tuskegee Institute.

Winfrey said in the interview that young people today know “diddly squat” about the history of the civil rights movement, however, as Newsbusters pointed out, it would seem that she needs to brush up on her own history.

Read more at Newsbusters.

 

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Jane Fonda As Nancy Reagan: First Look

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This is from Deadline Hollywood.

“Oh hell No!’ Hanoi Jane looks nothing like Nancy Reagan.

Who or what is that beside Hanoi Jane?

He looks like Archie Bunker with gas.

You can put lip stick on a Communist,but she will still be a Commie.

 

Here’s a first look at the unlikely casting but uncanny resemblance of Jane Fonda as former First Lady Nancy Reagan. Alan Rickman plays President Ronald Reagan in The Butler, currently filming in New Orleans. Fonda reportedly appears in just a few scenes. The pic stars Forest Whitaker as White House butler Eugene Allen whose career spanned 34 years there. Director Lee Daniels adapted the screenplay with Danny Strong from a Washington Post article.

 

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