Daily Show host Trevor Noah Drops Racist Joke at Oscars in African Xhosa Language — Then Lies to Audience About It (VIDEO)
Liberals think racist jokes are funny.
As long as whites are the target.
Trevor Noah played a joke on the Oscar’s American audience on Sunday night.
The Daily Show host said a phrase in African Xhosa language. He told the audience he said, “In times like this we are stronger when we fight together than when we try to fight apart.” But that is not what he said. Noah actually told the audience, “White people don’t know I’m lying.”
Trevor did this for us. It was a way of letting us know that noma kungathiwani, I got y’all ✊🏾😂 https://t.co/NQzCbs9Olr
— Suleiman (@nzeny_thabethe) February 25, 2019
It’s funny when you crack racist jokes about whitey!
It’s totally acceptable to the left.
They think it’s funny.
Now imagine any Oscar’s award presenter cracking a similar joke about any other racial group?
Is it still funny?
The MSN reported:
Of all the jokes that happened during last night’s Academy Awards, it turns out that the funniest one was hidden from most viewers — except those who speak the South African language Xhosa. While presenting Best Picture nominee Black Panther, Daily Show host and South Africa native Trevor Noah got a lot of laughs for his Mel Gibson joke (“Mel Gibson came up to me like ‘Wakanda forever.’ He said another word after that, but the Wakanda part was nice”), but there was a better joke hiding from the audience. It happened near the end of his speech, when Noah said a phrase in Xhosa he said translates to “In times like this we are stronger when we fight together than when we try to fight apart.”
Except that’s not what the phrase translates to — not even close. As BBC and multipleSouth African news outlets were quick to point out, what Noah actually said was, “White people don’t know I’m lying.”