Ken Berwitz

Other than the first letter of their first names, I doubt that Michelle Malkin and Melissa Harris-Perry have much in common.

And Ms. Malkin\’s latest column, which talks about Ms. Harris-Perry\’s remarkable – ok, imbecilic – claim that the term “hard work” is somehow offensive if used as a general term to describe people who work hard.

Here is how it begins:

Melissa Harris-Perry is the cable TV pioneer who broke the tastelessness barrier for feminists by wearing tampons as earrings on air in 2013. This week, she made ignominious history again — as the race-baiting fool in an ivory tower bubble who believes the words “hard worker” are a slur against black slaves and moms who don\’t have health care.

Caution: You may need a double dose of Excedrin to protect yourself from her brain-splitting nonsense.

Earlier this week, Harris-Perry chastised a Latino Republican guest on her show to be “super careful” when using the phrase “hard worker” to describe white Republican Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wisc., the newly elected House GOP Speaker. Why? “Because I actually keep an image of folks working in cotton fields on my office wall,” she bragged, “because it is a reminder about what hard work looks like.”

Say what?

Here is a link to Ms. Malkin\’s entire column – which I urge you to use, because there\’s plenty more worthwhile material to read there.
And here is the video of Ms. Harris-Perry spouting her impossibly stupid nonsense:

Words fail me.

Too bad, for her sake, that they rarely fail Melissa Harris-Perry.

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