Snoop Dogg throws down UNBELIEVABLE threat for Trump inauguration

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Rapper Snoop Dogg has thrown down the gauntlet, saying anyone performing at incoming President Donald Trump’s inauguration will have him “waiting to roast” them.

Fear not, fellow patriots — that’s not intimidation. Nope. Having New Black Panther Party members with billy clubs “protecting” voting precincts isn’t “threatening” either. But, asking legal citizens to pony up voter ID? That’s “suppression.”

If you think you’ve woken up in the “Twilight Zone,” don’t worry. It’s merely time for today’s installment of “Liberal Logic,” the endlessly entertaining game show trotted out daily by the left.

As posted on Snoop Dog’s Instagram account, NOTE: It’s NSFW

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Pop quiz: Are the remarks made over 11 years ago by Donald Trump regarding grabbing a woman’s anatomy indicative of his attitudes about women today? According to “Liberal Logic,” they are. However, rappers who make millions of dollars each year profiting off of the denigration of women using the worst possible epithets and profanity is simply “entertainment.”

If you speak out against homosexuality, as Kim Burrell recently did, you can be kicked off of Ellen’s show. If you talk about traditional marriage like Chip and Joanna, your TV program will be subject to boycott. But if you sit under a minister like Jeremiah Wright and his Black Liberation Theology for 20 years…Well, it’s “racist” to critique a black president for having done so.

Other acceptable pastimes under “Liberal Logic:” Race-baiting by calling an honest accounting of the will of the people a “whitelash.” Using your award acceptance speech as a platform to bash your incoming president? Check, check…That’s fine, too.

You see, folks, Hollywood plays a great game of “rules for thee, but not for me.” Here’s to the next four years of calling them out on it!

[Note: This post was authored by Marie Stroughter. Follow her on Twitter @MarieStroughter]


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