Right. The network that had no problem using that disgusting slur against the Tea Party made this reference ‘by accident’.
Sure they did.
Just like they called the Tea Party ‘Tea-Baggers’ like it was an inside joke. One time even spelling it out with a reference to ‘having your mouth full’.
Obama was happy to chime in, too. You know… the President they keep telling us was so ‘classy’.
What do you suppose the likelihood of an openly gay man knowing what a specifically gay sexual term might actually mean? And then he rushes to add ‘I don’t know what that means’ at the end of it? Looking pretty sketchy, there, Don.
CNN's Don Lemon appears to use a sexual slur, tells Chris Cuomo: "Don't be a chickenhead"
"Chickenhead" is a slang term used to describe a person who performs fellatio
Right after saying it he tries to walk it back: "I don't know what that means, I just said it. I have no idea" pic.twitter.com/Ed2xb3EzsX
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) December 6, 2018
The segment originally started out with Cuomo talking about PETA’s list of “anti-animal language” and then transitioned into talking about “more serious things.”
At the end of the segment, Lemon told Cuomo: “Don’t be a chickenhead.”
The term “chickenhead” is a slang derogatory term that is used to describe someone who likes performing oral sex on a man and is considered to be especially degrading toward women.
Lemon immediately walked his statement back, saying: “I don’t know what that means, I just said it. I have no idea.”
Here’s the Tea Party reference we mentioned:
In 2011, CNN’s Anderson Cooper made a “teabagging” remark during a segment with David Gergen, the director of the Center for Public Leadership.
“They still haven’t found their voice, Anderson,” Gergen said. “This happens to a minority party after it’s lost a couple of bad elections, but they’re searching for their voice.”
Cooper replied: “It’s hard to talk when you’re teabagging.”
Keep it classy, CNN.
Tea-bagging, if you don’t know, is another fellatio-related term.
Maybe if they spent more time talking about the actual news, and less time hating Trump or discussing homoerotic sexual practices, their ratings wouldn’t be somewhere south of Nickelodeon.
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