Howard Stern Full Video Of Controversial Blackface Performance

Howard Stern is speaking out after a television special from 1993 resurfaced in which the radio host appears in blackface and repeatedly used racist language.

Here is the video in question:

Howard spoke about the controversial video last week.

“The shit I did was fucking crazy. I’ll be the first to admit. I won’t go back and watch those old shows, it’s like, who is that guy? But that was my shtick, that’s what I did and I own it. I don’t think I got embraced by Nazi groups and hate groups. They seemed to think I was against them too. Everybody had a bone to pick with me.”

“I cringe when I look at myself 30 or 40 years ago, and that was 27 years ago, I go, I can’t stand it. Am I a bad guy? I don’t think so. I came to realize in therapy, if I’m going to be with my kids, and have a successful marriage, I can’t be insane completely 24 hours a day. I have to figure out a better way to communicate. So I evolved and changed,” Stern said.

Quivers, who was called the N-word by Stern in the 1993 sketch, also addressed the controversy on Monday’s show.

“I have long been a proponent of free speech and a long time ago I made a vow to myself that one word was never going to keep me out of a room. I don’t care about that word, don’t care about being called an Uncle Tom, because I know who I am and what I stand for,” she said. “I have listened to Stern since he first got to New York in the 1980s, and he certainly has evolved from the moment he described, when it was, anything goes. And you can feel the influence of his psychotherapy sessions in the long interviews he does with artists. Some humor on the SiriusXM show still crosses the line, clearly, but he has long been a voice for inclusion and for women’s rights and the LGBTQ cause.”

Donald Trump Needs to Prostrate Himself Before the Gods of Political Correctness and Beg for Mercy

Evangelion TrumpWhy do people support Donald Trump for President?

Donald Trump spends very little time defining his supporters, but at a recent Trump rally, several supporters wanted to explain why they support his candidacy.

“The people that mind their own business, don’t depend on anyone else,” said Patty Hughes of Indianola, Iowa, when asked to describe silent majority. “They don’t expect anything from anybody, and they’re kind of quiet. They don’t go around bragging. They’re not activists.”

Her husband, Larry, said, “They expect a dollar work for a dollar pay. They don’t want anything free, but they don’t want stuff taken away from them either. And that’s happening to us out here in the cheap seats.”

The silent majority that supports Trump is defined by restoration rather than revolution. His whole campaign is centered around “Making America Great Again.” A restoration of limited government, moral order, non-interventionism, fiscal conservatism and the disapproval of things like aboriton or incompetent leadership.

The media plays the race card on Donald Trump.

CNN’s objective is not to get Mr. Trump to disavow Dr. David Duke since he has already done so several times.

It is to make Trump prostrate himself before the gods of political correctness and beg for mercy. More importantly, the objective is to morally shame voters into not voting for the candidate they actually support.

Of course, the corporate shills want to paint the silent majority as a disgruntled white male uprising. Trump supporters decided to call into NPR explaining why they don’t believe the term “silent majority” has a racial connotation.

“I don’t think that’s true at all now,” said George Davey of West Des Moines. “You can look at Trump, and the people he hires. I’m sure he has a lot of people of various ethnic backgrounds in his companies.”

“The reason why we’re silent is because we’re not allowed to talk,” he said. “My favorite thing about Trump is that he wants to get rid of political correctness.”

“The silent majority is always going to be a state of mind,” he said. “It’s a feeling. It’s a feeling of dispossession and that feeling of dispossession can come about most dramatically in times when things seem to be changing. When all that’s solid melts into air.”