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Once You See What Actor Donald Glover Wore to the Emmys, It’ll Give You Nightmares

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Actor Donald Glover showed up to the Emmys Monday night in full “whiteface” makeup and attire, something the vast majority of brain dead liberals in America will no doubt claim was some sort of art performance piece designed to raise awareness of some sort of race related issue.

In actuality, it was based off a character Glover plays on his show “Atlanta,” for which he received five Emmy nominations. The character, Teddy Perkins is a bizarre look alike of Michael Jackson and is basically all the stuff your nightmares are made of.

Seriously, folks. Once you see this, it’s burned into your retinas for life.

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Wearing a wig and white makeup, Glover appeared as Perkins once again on Monday on the front row at the Emmys, where Glover was nominated for five awards.

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Winner of the Best Actor award in a comedy series, Bill Hader, can be seen hugging Perkins before heading on stage. Backstage, Hader said, “I don’t know who that was I hugged but it was the guy from ‘Atlanta,’ he showed up,” Variety reports.

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Glover is certainly no stranger to controversy, especially on race relations. Earlier this year, his hip-hop single “This Is America,” sung by his alter-ego Childish Gambino, won social justice activists’ hearts everywhere through its endorsement of the Black Lives Matter movement and its portrayal of America as a dangerous place for black people.

As for his portrayal of Teddy Perkins, the talented actor manages to be eerie, humorous, and discomforting all at once.

Here’s a sample of his portrayal of the Perkins character on the show:

It’s extremely creepy and uncomfortable, isn’t it?

Whether you agree with his politics or not, Glover is definitely one of the most talented individuals in Hollywood. It’ll be interesting to see where his career takes him from here.

On the flip side of this, you have to wonder how this would go over if the races were reversed? Probably not very well. Yet, here we see it being done on white folks like that’s somehow more acceptable. It’s a double standard.

Source: Daily Wire

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Cable News Blasted for Conjuring Controversy in Columbus Police Shooting

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Twitter Blacklists Investigative Journalist After CNN Exposé

Twitter truly isn’t even hiding it anymore, and that is incredibly unethical. 

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The mainstream media really doesn’t like to lose.  In fact, much of their thirst for power over their rivals is simply so that they can continue to bully us into watching. And with so many organizations completely aware of how this horrible system is set up, outlets with similar world views tend to look out for one another – particularly when it comes to attack from the other side of the media spectrum. Americans on Friday were beginning to accuse Twitter of doing just that. Critics accused Twitter Thursday of banning Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe from its platform over the right-wing guerrilla news outlet’s damning exposé of CNN. Project Veritas relaunched its #ExposeCNN campaign this week by sharing footage of CNN technical director Charles Chester revealing the liberal network’s dirty laundry. In the footage, Chester claimed that CNN’s “focus” during the 2020 election campaign was to “get rid of” President Trump, that the network hyped its coronavirus coverage for “gangbuster” ratings, and that it aims to “help” Black Lives Matter. On Thursday, O’Keefe’s Twitter account, which was sharing Project Veritas’ reporting, was permanently suspended over alleged use of “fake accounts.” “As outlined in our policy on platform manipulation and spam, ‘You can’t mislead others on Twitter by operating fake accounts,’ and ‘you can’t artificially amplify or disrupt conversations through the use of multiple accounts,'” a Twitter spokesperson told Fox News. This would be akin to a publisher retweeting a post that one of their authors had written, advertising the book that they collaborated on. Twitter truly isn’t even hiding it anymore, and that is incredibly unethical.

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