People are freaking out after the National Association of Black Journalists conference decided to add Trump aide Omarosa Manigault to the panel at a New Orleans event. Apparently the thought of a black conservative is terrifying to them.
“The majority there don’t want her involved. It’s heavy drama — even the moderator is refusing. Everyone sees it as extremely offensive,” a source told Page Six. Crazy liberal extremist and CNN commentator April Ryan is furious that they would allow Omarosa to be there.
“She was going around telling Sean Spicer not to call on me [during press conferences]. She’s calling other people, newsmakers, sources . . . trolling my Twitter . . . She wanted to kill my career. When you try to kill me and my career because you want to advance yourself, because you are now making money after not making money from selling cellphones, and now you’re making $180,000 a year, good for you. But you know what? Karma comes back. And I told her, ‘The sad thing about it is: No one likes you,’” said Ryan. There is absolutely no truth to any of Ryan’s statements. Especially the “no one likes you” part.
The panelist Jelani Cobb dropped out right after Omarosa was allowed on the panel. She denied that this was the ONLY reason she dropped out.
Cobb said it “wasn’t simply the addition of Omarosa. It was that she was added at the eleventh hour and it was unclear whether we would be able to discuss substantive issues regarding the administration and its policing policies. Also, the panel was very disorganized, and basic things like format were not clear,” said Cobb. Why does Omarosa terrify them so much?