White actress criticizes Emmy winner’s ‘racism’ rant; forced to beg for forgiveness

An outspoken soap opera actress found herself forced to grovel Sunday night after daring to complain that the highly paid black woman who won an Emmy for best actress had no cause to complain.

“How to Get Away with Murder’s” Viola Davis caused a TV stir and warmed the hearts of liberals everywhere with her acceptance speech, griping about the entertainment industry’s failure to provide opportunities for minorities.

“The only thing that separates women of color from anyone else is opportunity,” Davis said.

“General Hospital’s” Nancy Lee Grahn had the temerity to disagree — and was swiftly slapped into her place.

First, she was predictably skewered for her tweets.

Then, like the good, obedient liberal she is, she promptly began abasing herself before the progressive altar saying, among other things, that she needed to check her own white privilege.

What makes this even more pathetic is Grahn’s history as a liberal activist. She organized “Daytime for Gore/Lieberman” in 2000, “Daytime for Choice” in 1988 to advocate for abortion rights and has participated in the NoH8 campaign to support the campaign for legalizing gay marriage. None of that was able to save her from being pilloried by her own outraged liberal base.

She’ll probably never know how right she is about that.


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