3 Things in the Cosby Pound Cake Rant You Should Read:

Jul 7, 2015

The notorious Bill Cosby pound cake rant in which he lambasted the black race for their supposed crimes and neglects has the accused entertainer eating humble pie now, in light of his own nasty deeds. 

Cosby admitted ten years ago to drugging at least one woman for sex, in a court deposition that ever since then has been sealed … until the AP succeeded in convincing a judge this week that Mr. Morality deserved a comeuppance.

Below are some parts of the disgraced comedian’s pound cake speech that the judge decided was sufficient grounds for unsealing a confession Team Cosby’s suppressed for over a decade – while at the same time calling dozens of his alleged rape victims “liars.”

1.  Regarding African American parenting skills: “In the neighborhood that most of us grew up in, parenting is not going on – I’m talking about these people who cry when their son is standing there in an orange suit. Where were you when he was 2? Where were you when he was 12? Where were you when he was 18, and how come you don’t know he had a pistol?”

2.  Regarding African American speech patterns: “I can’t even talk the way these people talk – I don’t know who these people are. And I blamed the kid until I heard the mother talk. And then I heard the father talk. This is all in the house. Everybody knows it’s important to speak English except these knuckleheads.”

3.  Regarding the rate of incarceration of African Americans: “Looking at the incarcerated, these people are not political criminals. These are people going around stealing Coca-Cola. People getting shot in the back of the head over a piece of pound cake! Then we all run out and are outraged: ‘The cops shouldn’t have shot him.’ What the hell was he doing with the pound cake in his hand?”

At the time that high-and-mighty hypocrite Bill Cosby made those remarks, he received a lot of praise for his “courage” and social insight, much of which came from the black community itself.

Now the court’s made this accused serial rapist eat his own words, citing them in this week’s decision to finally release the admissions of wrongdoing he made in 2005, and which his lawyers argued without merit were too “embarrassing” for public eyes.

“The stark contrast between Bill Cosby, the public moralist, and Bill Cosby, the subject of serious allegations concerning improper (and perhaps criminal) conduct, is a matter as to which the AP -- and by extension the public -- has a significant interest,” Judge Robreno ruled.

Because “the defendant has donned the mantle of public moralist and mounted the proverbial electronic or print soapbox to volunteer his views on, among other things, childrearing, family life, education, and crime.”


earlier report: Cosby Bombshell - Lewd Use of Ludes Ends Lies & Legacy

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