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Black conservative activist Rob Smith has uploaded his own #ITakeResponsibility video that mercilessly mocks the uppity, out-of-touch and whiter-than-chalk Hollywood elites who only days earlier had posted a video apologizing to America for their role in spreading systemic racism, which for the record isn’t real.

In case you missed the original video, here’s what it looked like:

It was widely panned for being a cringy pander-fest just oozing with the bigotry of low expectations.

Now enter Smith, an Iraq War veteran, proud Trump supporter and gay conservative who’s never seen himself as a victim.

Watch his clap-back below:

“I take responsibility. I take responsibility for every black person in Hollywood that told you it’s a good idea to humiliate yourselves in the cringy video that you made apologizing for being white,” Smith says, echoing the cringy speaking style of the Hollywood elitists.

“I take responsibility for that because they told you that it’s a good idea. They told you that this is what you need to do to prove that you’re not racist, and I take responsibility for that.”

“You have been humiliated by this video. It’s cringy. It causes me physical pain to watch it, and I take responsibility because somewhere, some black person told you that that is what you needed to do to prove that you’re not racist, and I take responsibility for that.”

“You’ve all been humiliated. It’s the most humiliating thing that I’ve ever seen on the Internet, and that’s saying a lot, and I have to take responsibility for the black people in Hollywood that told you to do that.”

You probably won’t have any black friends for real, because if you did, you’d have known that you shouldn’t humiliate yourself like that to prove you’re not racist. You should just not be an a–hole. Just not be an a–hole.”

Ah yes, but not being an a-hole is apparently impossible for the denizens of #Hollyweird, who in recent years have been accused of becoming increasingly narcissistic, egotistical, self-absorbed and just plain pathetic.

It was members of #Hollyweird who, after years of covering up sexual abuse for confirmed rapists, put together a video accusing then-Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of being a rapist based on what have since been shown to be lies:

It was members of #Hollyweird who cluelessly chose to serenade Americans with a Communist tune as a pandemic raged around them:

And it was a member of #Hollyweird who just recently shared a video of her adopted son passionately dancing away racism:

To be a part of #Hollyweird is for the most part to be an a-hole, except of course for the rare exceptional exception.

Speaking of exceptions, Smith wasn’t the only one to take exception to Hollyweird’s narcissism. Others also clapped back with mockery and derision by producing their own #ITakeResponsibility parodies.

Below are a couple:

America’s got jokes.

Hollywood, meanwhile, appears to have nothing but self-adulating narcissism. Too bad.

Vivek Saxena

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