Former Fox News executive Bill Shine is now the Deputy Chief of Staff in the White House, probably because he’s close with Sean Hannity. His wife has quite a history of racist posts on social media, including a near-obsession with not being allowed to say the N word.
The most prominent issue Shine had with the black community isn’t crime, however. It’s the idea that people of color can say the N-word but she can’t.
“Just singing to one of my jams ‘Golddigger’ by Kanye West when I realized If I sing along to the verse ‘Broke N—–’ I might be a racist,” tweeted Shine in July 2015 (West’s song does not include a hard R version of the slur).
That tweet is just one of more than a dozen times Shine demanded “Rappers remove [the] N word from music” — since she, the “happy housewife,” is not allowed to say it.
Below is a sampling of her other commentary on the subject, included her repeated demands: “Blacks stop using the N word!”
“Take the N word out of the music – don’t want to feel guilty for singing songs with the N word in it.”“Al Sharpton demanding kid Rock denounce Rebel Flag yet Sharpton not demanding Rappers remove N word from music.”
“The recurring verse in Trinidad James rap song is the n word over and over. I can buy, but I can’t sing out or then I’m am a racist?”
“Take the N word, and the C word, and the B word out of lyrics.”
“Don’t use the N word in your songs if you don’t want your teenage listeners to repeat it out loud. Clean up the music! Set an example.”
“@seanhannity @Theblacksphere I never have said the N word out loud and my white children have never either. Blacks stop using the N word!”
“Funny how critics calling to ban Gone With the Wind, Jefferson Memorial, but no talk of banning the N word or Rap songs with N word in it.”
“Remove every rap song that has the N word in it. Take them off the air. If we ban Gone with the Wind, racist rap music goes too.”
“Will Sharpton threaten rappers to remove N word from their music?”
“Rebel Flag off State Buildings in SC but cop killer rap songs, songs about rape, and songs with N word continue to play on the radio.”
Seriously, what kind of human being living in this society can look at all the problems with race and decide that the biggest one, the one that drives them to obsession, is that they can’t, as a white person, use the N word? If that’s your biggest concern — or any concern at all — when it comes to race in this country, you can’t be anything but a racist. Period. End of discussion.