Steve Harvey just got a taste of just how nasty the left can be to those who dare to deviate from what’s ‘acceptable’.
Steve Harvey is a likable guy.
A REALLY likable guy.
He seems to be the kind of decent guy who could smile at just about anybody.
Could that be an act or a ‘schtick’?
Maybe, but if so, he’s pulling it off pretty convincingly.
So it’s hardly surprising that he hadn’t felt the lash of the PC police for failing to conform to whatever expectations are on today’s agenda.
Steve Harvey — let’s be clear — is solidly on the political left. He’s said so himself. Which makes this story so surreal.
In his own words:
— Steve Harvey (@IAmSteveHarvey) January 13, 2017
He was suprised how quickly Trump snapped into action.
Even now, Carson and Steve Harvey are trying to turn mothballed urban schools into centers that will teach tech skills like coding.
Now, Steve says POTUS has been a man of his word, as far as their discussions about housing for the underprivileged —TMZ
Still not a FAN of the President, but in areas where their interests align, he’s willing to work together.
The entertainer gave credit to Trump, saying after he told the president-elect he wanted to “aid in any way I could to help improve the housing conditions in the inner cities,” Trump “immediately got Dr. Ben Carson on the phone.” Carson is Trump’s pick to head the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
“I’ve never seen anybody jump into action so quickly at a request,” Harvey exclaimed. “I’m not a politician, so quite naturally I’m thinking there’s a ton of red tape.” –The Hill
The left should be cheering over that, right? Trump is listening to input from across the poltical aisle, to help people in the inner city?
Asked about his meeting with Trump on January 17, 2017, Harvey winced and said, “I didn’t see that coming. Jesus.” Pressed to explain further, he said, “The backlash.”
“It was so vicious that it really threw me,” said Harvey. “I was being called names that I’ve never been called: Uncle Tom. A coon. A sellout. Because I went to see this man?!” —
That’s right Steve. You’re starting to ‘get’ it.
Sometimes, an perfectly ordinary act can earn you the wrath of the Left, and you get called all SORTS of ‘deplorable’ names. Like ‘Hitler’, even.
We’d expect it from the fringe — you get that on both sides. But when there’s a constant drip-drip-drip of baseless attacks on your character for decades, just because you don’t have a (D) after your name?
Or if you get your head cracked open with a bike lock by a professor (insert allegedly disclaimer here) who thinks he has a right to crack heads over political disagreements?
A lot of people who WERE on the left have looked around at how violent or divisive the Left can be — or even their tendancy to censor those they disagree with — and have decided that’s not a group they want to be associated with.
It’s too soon to tell if Harvey may join that number. But if the time comes that he’s ready…
… we’ll be right here.
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