Sandra Bernhard Publicly Fantasizes About Sarah Palin Gang-Raped by Blacks in Manhattan

by Van Helsing | September 19, 2008 1:58 pm

The DC Examiner[1] offers a glowing review of Sandra Bernhard’s latest show. Under the title, “Comedienne Delivers Enraged Optimism,” a reviewer raves:

[I]n the end, oddly and subtly, Bernhard’s message is positive.

Presumably the reason the relentless stream of foul-mouthed bile Bernhardt passes off as comedy is seen as “positive” is that she directs so much of it at Sarah Palin, who is hated beyond all measure for her decency.

The Theater J Blog[2] triumphantly posts the following video of Bernhard calling Saracuda a “turncoat b*tch” and a “whore.” Warning: the language is what you would expect from a moonbat.

Like Stalin’s apparatchiks denouncing each other as counterrevolutionaries, someone at the blog accuses Bernhard of the only crime acknowledged on the Left, political incorrectness, for singing in “blackvoice.” But Theater J’s Ari Roth rushes to Bernhard’s defense:

In fact, the play wears its politically VERY correct heart on its sleeve with its indictment of America as “A Man’s World, It’s a White Man’s World, It’s a F*cked Up White Man’s Racist World” and can only be suggested to be racist in its content if one is hell-bent on protecting White Folk for Sandra’s blistering indictment. When Sandra warns Sarah Palin not to come into Manhattan lest she get gang-raped by some of Sandra’s big black brothers, she’s being provocative, combative, humorous, and yes, let’s allow, disgusting.

The word “disgusting” does sum up Bernhard nicely. But Roth continues:

The fact that the show has a few riffs like this does not — to my mind — make it a “disgusting show.” there’s too much beauty, variety, vitality, and intelligence to label the entire show as “disgusting.” I’ll agree with you that we produced this show because we did find it to be edgy — because we wanted to give right wing conservative Jews a good run for their money by being on the receiving end of some blistering indictments from Sandra. Does it go over the edge sometimes? On the gang-rape joke, yes. Sure. Not much else. It goes over the edge and then comes right back to the cutting edge.

Once again we see that “cutting edge” means “trendy, moonbatty, and exceedingly obnoxious,” just as “progressive” means “morally repugnant and hypocritical beyond belief.” Imagine the liberal outrage if a conservative started raving about urban blacks and gang rapes.

Likewise, when Bernhard denounces the New Testament as “new Goyish crappy shiksa funky bullsh*t,” you have to wonder how WaPo[3], which describes her vile show as “a rotating sprinkler that a spectator washes in most happily,” would feel about anyone who said the same about the Koran.

Hat tip: NewsBusters[4]; on a tip from Byron. Cross-posted at Moonbattery[5].

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