Katrina Pierson earned a name for herself by whoring out her morals to serve men like Senator Ted Cruz (R-Tex) before finding her new political pimp in Donald Trump.
Throughout the last presidential campaign season, Pierson’s managed to baffle and astound most seasoned news anchors and journalists with her incredible ability to twist and spin reality to justify Trump’s words and actions.
However, all of her previous “accomplishments” may pale in comparison to what she had to say this week during a debate on Fox News’ Fox and Friends show. Democratic strategist Wendy Osefo had the unfortunate task of debating Pierson who was staunchly in defense of not removing Confederate monuments from the nation’s capital.
Osefo made the argument that the Confederacy was a “bad part” of American history and deserved to be relegated to Museums rather than be celebrating in public areas. However, Pierson had a slightly more optimistic view regarding the value of the slavery-loving Confederacy.
“It absolutely deserves a place, because bad history is still good history for this country,” Pierson said.
Osefo was floored.
“Slavery is good history?” Osefo asked.
But the original soulless talking Trumpbot continued her verbal rape of reality.
“Considering where we are today… absolutely,” Pierson responded. “Think about this for a second. Where would we be today if not for that Civil War?”
Osefo was almost left speechless by the raw power of Pierson’s sheer ignorant audacity, as she struggled to reconcile what she heard with reality.
“Where would we be without slavery?” she asked. “Are you serious? Do you hear what you’re saying?”
Peirson argued that teaching our children about Slavery, via massive flattering statues of famous Confederate traitors, was a good way to show them what makes America “special.”
“How would our children even know how special and how wonderful this country is that we can even be having this discussion today?” she asked.
“How special slavery is?” Osefo replied. “You know how many people died?”
Conservative African Americans like Pierson and Housing Secretary Dr. Ben Carson continue to faithfully serve in their roles as the go-to “black friend” for millions of conservatives who promote policies that work against African Americans.
The defense of a legacy of traitors who fought to keep their ancestors in chains is a straightforward and efficient litmus test to see how much they are willing to divorce themselves from their culture to serve the interests of the Republican party and their white nationalist power base.
Had Peirson lived during the time of the Civil War, she might not have been just a “house slave” but rather full-fledged slave owner herself.
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