‘I’m a fighter’: Sharon Osbourne ‘hurt’ over talk show ouster, but won’t take ‘racist’ insult lying down

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Though still “angry” and “hurt” over how she was ousted from CBS’s “The Talk” because of “woke” outrage and the accusation that she’s a “racist,” former show co-host Sharon Osbourne remains a “fighter.”

Speaking on left-wing comedian Bill Maher’s “Real Time” HBO show this Friday, Osbourne fiercely vowed that the accusation that she is a “racist” is one she “will not take,” no matter how much the “woke” mob pummels her.

The best part was that Maher, who’s a pretty left-wing guy, agreed with her take 100 percent.

Listen:

“I’m angry, I’m hurt,” she initially said when Maher brought up her exit from “The Talk.”

Taken aback by her passionate expression of pain, the host then asked, “But you were always a strong one?”

“Oh, I’m a fighter,” she replied.

Maher then proceeded to explain to the audience what exactly had happened.

“What happened was weeks ago… Meghan Markle and Prince Harry gave their interview with Oprah. Then your friend Piers Morgan, he’s a commentator in Britain, he said he didn’t believe things that Meghan Markle said,” he explained.

“And then on your show, you said well, he’s a good friend of mine and I don’t necessary agree with his opinion, but he is entitled to his opinion. So he was called a racist and lost his job, and you were called a racist and lost your job. Do I have it right?” he added.

The host then added, “So who’s the racist? This is what I’m trying to figure out.”

Osbourne felt the same.

“Me too. I’ve been called so many things in my life. I am so used to being called names, but a racist is one I will not take yeah,” she said.

The clip seen above ended with Maher noting that “racist” is an “insult when you’re not one.”

It’s in fact the favorite insult of members of the “woke” far left, which is why they have a tendency of labeling everybody and everything racist:

The discussion continued with Maher wondering whether “you have to agree with everything Meghan Markle says or you’re a racist.”

That is indeed the going consensus, which is why Markle is often derided as a “woke princess.”

Despite being an exceptionally wealthy, powerful and privileged person, she’s often portrayed by both herself and the far-left as a victim of oppression. And according to far-left orthodoxy, alleged victims of oppression must essentially be treated like kings and queens.

Days before her interview with Oprah Winfrey, aides to the Royal Family revealed to The Times, a British newspaper, that she’d had a bullying complaint lodged against her by one of her advisers back when she’d still been living at Kensington Palace.

“The sources have revealed a febrile atmosphere within Kensington Palace, where Meghan and Harry lived alongside the Cambridges after their wedding until the split between the two households at the beginning of 2019. Staff would on occasion be reduced to tears; one aide, anticipating a confrontation with Meghan, told a colleague: ‘I can’t stop shaking,'” The Times reported in early March.

“Two senior members of staff have claimed that they were bullied by the duchess. Another former employee told The Times they had been personally ‘humiliated’ by her and claimed that two members of staff had been bullied. Another aide claimed it felt ‘more like emotional cruelty and manipulation, which I guess could also be called bullying,'” The Times’ report continued.

Though again, in her eyes she’s the victim and everybody else is a bully. Yet when Morgan simply criticized her, she filed a formal complaint against him in an attempt to silence him:

Maher was for his part reportedly surprised over “all this drama” that erupted over Morgan simply criticizing the “woke princess” and then Osbourne defending him.

That said, he did broach some allegations from Osbourne’s former co-hosts.

“At one point Maher alluded to a recent report from journalist Yashar Ali that said while she was on The Talk, Osbourne referred to Julie Chen as ‘wonton’ or ‘slanty eyes,’ and referred to Sara Gilbert as ‘p—y licker’ and ‘fish eater,'” according to Mediaite.

However, Osbourne dismissed the allegations as just bullschiff from “disgruntled ladies.”

When it comes to “woke” people, bullschiff is the norm.

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