Remember the time a popular rock star released a video in which he “shot” a toy gun at a clown figure made up to look like President Obama?

And of course, everyone remembers the outcry that ensued when one of the rocker’s buddies defended the video when Obama responded by threatening First Lady Michelle Obama.

There’s a reason no one recalls those events. They never happened.

For all the claims that the first black president and his family endured blatant and overt racist attacks during their eight years in the White House, no similar video or attack exists.

Of course, it hardly counts when the video showing the assassination of President Trump is by rapper Snoop Dogg who endorsed Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012 with an Instagram list of ten reasons, including, He a black n****” and reasons to vote against the 2012 Republican candidate: “That m*********’s name is Mitt”, and “He a ho.”

Dogg also has a long history of criminal charges and convictions, including drug possession and distribution, assault, attempting to board airline flights with firearms, vandalizing Heathrow Airport in London, and even murder charges for a gang-related shooting in Los Angeles.

The rapper has been banned at times by Great Britain, Australia, Norway and Sweden, so perhaps President Trump should have considered the source before taking to his preferred method of communication asking what the reaction would have been had anyone made a similar video with President Obama as the victim of a shooting.

The reaction from another rapper, who claims to be Dogg’s “honorary” nephew, was quick – and vile.

Thirty-year-old “Bow Wow” and old enough to have known better, tweeted a threat to Melania Trump that surpasses any of the previous insults the First Lady has endured since her husband of 12 years entered politics, first as the unlikely candidate and then the surprising victor over the favored liberal, Hillary Clinton, who Dogg also endorsed.

“Ayo @realDonaldTrump shut your punk a** up talking s*** about my uncle @SnoopDogg before we pimp your wife and make her work for us.”

While rap lyrics are notoriously misogynistic and crude, the open threat to the First Lady is especially misplaced as Mrs. Trump has remained firmly out of the public spotlight.

Mr. Wow might have missed news reports last month about First Lady Melania Trump won a settlement with a blogger who wrote that she worked as an “escort” prior to her marriage to the New York billionaire builder.

A $150 million defamation lawsuit filed against the UK publication, The Daily Mail, for publishing the blog is ongoing.

Significantly, the voices of the women who participated in the Women’s March in Washington D.C., the day after President Trump’s inauguration, and urged women around the nation to stay home from work and “refrain from smiling” on the “A Day Without A Woman” have been silent regarding the insulting language and threats leveled against… a woman.

Of course, Mrs. Trump presumably voted differently than Madonna, Cher, Ashley Judd, Meryl Streep, Amy Schumer, Rosie O'Donnell, Lena Dunham and their sisters.

Do you think this lowlife scum rapper owes Melania Trump a huge public apology?

Share this on Facebook and shame this wannabe "pimp" for the scumbag he is.

 
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