Omarosa, Ponderosa I could care less….

Omarosa, Ponderosa I could care less….

President Donald Trump holds an African American History Month listening session attended by Director of Communications for the Office of Public Liaison Omarosa Manigault (L) and other officials in the Roosevelt Room of the White House on February 1, 2017 in Washington, DC.


Ya know I really get so sick and tired of the flip-flop people do these days. Once again, I made the mistake of logging onto that good old facebook to see all these comments and discussions on Donald Trump’s recent rants in which he called Omarosa a “Dog.” Now before I go on, I want to first acknowledge in theory calling someone a Dog is not nice, and sure it is beneath the behavior I would expect of a president. It’s also not a conversation I could imagine seeing myself get into. Maybe that’s me being that boy from Queens and Long Island I have had heard people called a lot of things and a lot worse than a dog. I mean personally, some of my frustration really comes from not only a lack of an understanding of why people continue to promote this Dude and his bullshit, but a lack of empathy for the person. I mean let’s really think about Omarosa, someone reading this called her a lot worse than a Dog when she informed the public that she was taking a position with the Trump administration but I digress.

Omarosa Manigault came on the scene from Trump’s reality TV show the apprentice, so she has been rolling with Donald Trump since 2004. In December 2016, Omarosa was announced as one of nine additional members to President-elect Donald Trump’s transition team. On January 3, 2017, it was reported that Omarosa would join Trump’s White House staff, focusing on public engagement. Her specific title was made public the next day as Assistant to the President and Director of Communications for the Office of Public Liaison. On December 13, 2017, the White House announced the resignation of Omarosa, effective January 20, 2018.

Ironically around the time she left the White House and has a book on the way. Omarosa had an agenda, I don’t knock no one’s hustle, I just don’t support them at all. Often Omarosa may speak about helping African Americans or having the best interest of them, but what you say and what you do, speak VOLUMES!!! I have seen nothing, not even a scholarship, and personally, I don’t think she is a role model. In fact, I would say she probably took the stage exit seeing her boy (your president) under distress and maybe she sought a safe exit before things got really bad. Or perhaps, she may have actually saw the light, and could not take being a sell out ________ __________ _________ fill in as you see fit. I also thought it was interesting that while on the apprentice she accused a cast member of calling her the N-word and when invited to appear on the tonight show and take a polygraph she dropped out. Does Omarosa have a pattern of calling wolf? For me does it matter what Trump said?

“I did have this blind spot, and I was blindly loyal, and I looked like the biggest dummy following this person because I didn’t have the same perspective,” she said. “And sometimes you have to step back in order to get a clear view. And I recognized that I was going down the wrong path with Trump.” Omarosa on the Daily Show with Trevor Noah

I think what really frustrated me was the fact that people were calling Omarosa a female dog, all kinds of horrible things but now everyone is so shocked that this dude called her a dog.

The one thing I will say that Omarosa said on the Trevor Noah show, the key to defeating Trump is to ignore him. Which is something I have started processing earlier in 2018. Donald Trump has not changed my life, I got a better job, I continue to progress upward and really I just wish all my family and friends would focus and do the same. The pastor that called Trump Pro Black is a fool, I don’t waste time with fools, I don’t think you should either.

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