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Robert Gehl reports on why MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry thinks the new Star Wars movie is racist and sexist:

Our favorite insane liberal TV host just went on an anti-Star Wars rant that you just have to see.

Melissa Harris-Perry, who famously wore tampons for earrings for some stupid reason, went on a tirade on her latest broadcast about the evils of Star Wars, how it’s racist and offensive and sexist and God knows what else.
She said that Darth Vader was a “black guy” – like James Earl Jones – who cut off the hands of a “white guy,” Luke Skywalker but then behind the black helmet of Darth Vader is really a nice, old white guy and … a bunch more nonsense. It’s really pretty unbelievable. Take a look:

“Yeah, like the part where [Darth Vader] was totally a black guy whose name basically was James Earl Jones who, and we were all, but while he was black, he was terrible and bad and awful and used to cut off white men’s hands and didn’t, you know, actually claim his son,” she said, Breitbart reported. “But as soon as he claims his son and goes over to the good, he takes off his mask and he is white. Yes, I have many, many feelings about that, but I will try to put them over here.”

If you’re determined to find racism and sexism and hatred everywhere – you’re bound to find it.

For folks like Melissa Harris-Perry, it’s everywhere and it makes life unbearable for her.

That’s why she’s trying to spread the misery with her own little program.

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