Samuel L. Jackson lives the American Dream. Yet he still thinks of himself as “just another n*gger working in town.”
Those were his exact words, as he recounted a story of being terrorized by police in Hollyweird.
For those of you who don’t get it, that’s Hollywood. Located in the great Liberal state of California. And Hollywood is where all the Liberals are. Yet, that is where Jackson was oppressed. Not the Deep South, where all the real racist live.
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— Samuel L. Jackson (@SamuelLJackson) November 14, 2016
In Jackson’s defense, it was a skit. However, usually you won’t do the skit unless you believe in the content.
Here is the clip in its entirety.
I doubt Jackson would have said of Hillary Clinton, “If that bitch wins, I’ll move my black ass to South Africa!”
Jackson didn’t seem to have much sympathy for the victims of the radical Muslims in San Bernardino. The Washington Times reported his comments in the aftermath of the attack:
Actor Samuel L. Jackson lamented that Muslims have become “the new young black men” and admitted that he “really wanted” the San Bernardino terrorists to be white so as not to bring more scrutiny toward Muslims.
“When that thing happened in France, we were sitting there going, ‘Oh, my God, these terrorists!’ Mr. Jackson, 67, told The Hollywood Reporter in an interview published Sunday. “And I can’t even tell you how much that day the thing that happened in San Bernardino — I was in Hawaii — how much I really wanted that to just be another, you know, crazy white dude, and not really some Muslims, because it’s like: ‘Oh, s–. It’s here. And it’s here in another kind of way.’ Now, OK, it happened on an Army base and it happened somewhere else. But now?
“It’s like they have a legitimate reason now to look at your Muslim neighbor, friend, whatever in another way. And they become the new young black men,” he added.
Jackson accuses Donald Trump of hate, while he is undoubtedly a racist, and hateful to his core.
According to Breitbart, Jackson golfed with Trump.
In the lead up to the wide release of his new movie, “The Hateful Eight,” Oscar-less actor Samuel L. Jackson went on a rant last week. When not smearing America’s veterans, Jackson attacked someone he identified as a golf-buddy, Donald Trump. Jackson then accused the Republican frontrunner of running on “hate.”
So if Trump is a racist, why did he golf with Jackson. Moreover, why did Jackson golf with a racist. Did Trump exhibit racism during the golf encounter?
Trump tweeted this of Jackson,
I don’t know @SamuelLJackson, to best of my knowledge haven't played golf w/him & think he does too many TV commercials—boring. Not a fan.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 5, 2016
Honestly, I believe Jackson likely did golf with Trump. However for Trump, the encounter was uneventful, and thus he may very well have forgotten.
What molded young Samuel L. Jackson to not trust the system? Here’s what Jackson told Vanity Fair of an incident that occurred while he was doing a play in Santa Monica during a six-week break from filming “Pulp Fiction.”
“One night, after the play, I went with some friends to a restaurant down the street, Hugo’s. When we were done, we walked outside and stood on the corner for a while, just talking. All of a sudden, five sheriff’s cars screeched up. The policemen surrounded us, guns pointed, lights in our face: ‘Get on the ground!’ he recalled.
He continued “There we were, lying facedown in the middle of Santa Monica Boulevard. I finally said to the cops, ‘Why are you doing this?’ One of them said, ‘Oh, we got a report of five black guys standing on the corner with guns and bats.’ I said, ‘So when you pulled up and didn’t see a bat — I mean, maybe we could’ve had a gun concealed on us, but you didn’t see anything that looked like a bat. What-ever.'”
“I was thinking to myself, I’m in Hollywood now, on the verge of breaking through, and this is still going on,” he said. “It kind of put my feet back on the ground in terms of ‘O.K., you’re still just another n***** working in town, so you still got to walk softly.’ And I still do. Just an object lesson for life in L.A.”
Interesting that Jackson can recount his racist encounter with cops in LA, however he has never mentioned his racist encounter with Trump on the golf course.
Perhaps Jackson was too busy enjoying his “white privilege?” I suggest Jackson is not “just another n*gger working in town.”