Apparently, the good ol’ days when people thought twice about using offensive slurs are dead and gone.

In an attempt to criticize Donald Trump and discuss his failure to denounce Neo-Nazis, Clinton supporter and liberal Charles Kaiser dropped the N-bomb live on CNN.

While chatting with anchor Brooke Baldwin and Trump supporter Paris Dennard, who is Black, Kaiser ranted, “I’m gonna give [Trump] a little advice if he doesn’t want to stimulate the alt-right. If you don’t want to support the alt-right, don’t choose, as a White House counselor, a man who uses the word n**ger, whose wife say he does not want his daughter to go to a school with too many Jews. And don’t choose as an Attorney General, a man who calls the NAACP an un-American organization.”

Before he was able to finish his point, Kaiser was interrupted by Baldwin, who was noticeably disturbed by his use of the N-word. She said “Charles, I appreciate you going through all of this, but please don’t use the N-word on my show.” 

In his defense, Kaiser said he never uses the word, except “when I’m quoting someone who’s been appointed by the President to serve in the Oval Office. This is such a disgusting moment in our history,” referring to Trump-appointed chief strategist Steve Bannon.

Do you think Kaiser should be chastised for using the N-word, even though he was quoting someone else? Check out the awkward clip above and you be the judge.

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16 thoughts on “CNN Anchor Cries When Commentator Uses The ‘N’ Word

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  2. I do not like it period. Even if they are quoting, when quoting he should of just said as it acceptable the N word. That is all he had to say. He is intelligent and educated enough to express even quoting in a manner as not to be offensive. Respect. Good for Brooke. That word is a no no for any one whose ancestors were enslaved and never received wages and the abuse continued. It is bad enough Bannon wrote those words, they do not have to be repeated to describe and remind those of us who had relatives in the “peculiar institution.”

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  3. Oh please! He was quoting or referring to someone else’s use of the word. And I’m sorry, until black people stop using it we need to stop pretending it’s so offensive!

  4. I didn’t take offense. I totally get it’s use in the context he put forth. And yes..these so-called rappers should stop using that word PERIOD! It is not cute cool or acceptable!

  5. hoodtechie on said:

    I didn’t see this uproar when the late sen bryd(w-va) used the n-word on national t.v.,oh I forgot that was sen byrd(d-w.va) since he is a democrat it’s alright.people please,until I start seeing us putting pressure on the rappers from using the n-word I don’t want to hear it.

  6. Honeybee on said:

    I understand what he was trying to do. I know he didn’t mean to be offensive but best practices are for people of another color to just use the n word and not actually say the word. I think they were more shocked than anything but I wouldn’t sweat it.

    • YOU need to know your history. Sure we may refer to each other at times with a derivative of the word, but they use the actual word which has been used to belittle Blacks for an eternity. So, he should have just said, the N word instead of the entire word. There was no need for him to use the word, we know what the hell he meant!

      • You low-brow royalty need to start looking towards the future instead if dwelling on the past lest you be left even further behind.

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