Regina Duarte diz que Bolsonaro ĂŠ ‘doce’ e homofobia ĂŠ ‘da boca pra fora’

A atriz Regina Duarte , uma das personalidades que apoia Jair Bolsonaro (PSL), defendeu o candidato em entrevista ao jornal O Estado de S. Paulo , na qual afirmou que a fama de machista, racista e homofĂłbico seria nada mais que resultado de um humor ultrapassado, coisa de “homem dos anos 1950”.
Segundo Regina, que aumentou sua popularidade nas redes sociais ao assumir seu voto em Bolsonaro, a decisĂŁo em apoiĂĄ-lo nĂŁo foi instantânea. “Eu estava ‘no armĂĄrio’, e meu filho mais novo começou a me contestar: jĂĄ que sempre fui uma pessoa democrĂĄtica, aberta, justa, como eu podia me fechar no conceito de que Bolsonaro ĂŠ bruto, tosco, ignorante, violento”, conta sobre suas primeiras impressĂľes em relação ao presidenciĂĄvel, reforçando que nĂŁo queria “votar no emissĂĄrio da raiva”.
“Mas, quando conheci o Bolsonaro pessoalmente, encontrei um cara doce, um homem dos anos 1950, como meu pai, e que faz brincadeiras homofĂłbicas, mas ĂŠ da boca pra fora, um jeito masculino que vem desde Monteiro Lobato, que chamava o brasileiro de preguiçoso e que dizia que lugar de negro ĂŠ na cozinha”, diz. A atriz conta que planejava, atĂŠ entĂŁo, votar em Geraldo Alckmin (PSDB) ou no JoĂŁo AmoĂŞdo (Novo), mas sua reflexĂŁo sobre os erros e omissĂľes do PSDB a fizeram mudar de ideia. “Foi quando notei o tamanho da adesĂŁo desse paĂs ao Bolsonaro e pensei: eu sou esse paĂs, eu sou a namoradinha desse paĂs.”
Veja tambĂŠm Brasil ‘Eu nĂŁo tenho mais medo’, diz Regina Duarte em ato na Paulista 26 mar 2017 – 19h03 PolĂtica JosĂŠ de Abreu e Regina Duarte travam briga polĂtica 13 out 2018 – 16h10 Entretenimento De Datena a Sandy, famosos negam textos e ĂĄudios prĂł-Bolsonaro 5 out 2018 – 18h10 Regina ainda defende que os vĂdeos que circulam na internet, mostrando um Bolsonaro agressivo, sĂŁo ediçþes montadas que mostram apenas a reação dele a uma provocação, que resultam numa leitura do homem “tosco e bruto”, que na verdade seria apenas “brincalhĂŁo, machĂŁo”.
“Acredito que 80% dessas reaçþes eram brincadeiras dele: vocĂŞ manda uma porrada e ele devolve outra. O homem com quem conversei durante 65 minutos quer chegar lĂĄ democraticamente, seguindo todas as regras das nossas instituiçþes.”
Na entrevista, a atriz voltou a alfinetar o PT, seu antigo desafeto, que a levou, em 2002, a se tornar motivo de chacota quando disse ter medo do entĂŁo candidato Luiz InĂĄcio Lula da Silva em campanha televisiva. “Eu estava completamente alienada, pois o Lula jĂĄ havia ganhado a eleição. AĂ fui botar a cara na TV, feito uma tonta, para falar de um sentimento, de uma intuição tĂŁo particular. NĂŁo me arrependo, mas, se pudesse voltar no tempo, teria me informado melhor sobre o que estava acontecendo naquele momento. O PaĂs queria o Lula e fui dar a cara a tapa Ă toa.” Para ela, Bolsonaro ĂŠ um resultado dos “erros monstruosos do PT e da falta de mea-culpa”, diz.

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Black teen says she’s white & trashes black people in viral VIDEO

Black teen says she’s white & trashes black people in viral VIDEO Published time: 26 Oct, 2018 01:22 Edited time: 26 Oct, 2018 11:43 Get short URL © Dr Phil via YouTube In a bizarre clip now going viral on social media, a black teen who has had the KKK on speed-dial “since, like, middle school” is shown insulting her own race and insisting she’s white.
The 16-year old, identified only by her first name, Treasure, comes off chillingly sincere when she calls her black peers ” hood rats ” and ” monkeys .”
” It made me feel good to put down an African American person because it helps them stay in their place ,” she tells the camera with no visible trace of humor or trolling.
Her mother admits that she hoped the girl would ” grow out of it ,” but finally sought help from TV personality and human clickbait Dr Phil. She describes what it was like to raise Treasure, who favored white dolls even as a child and played with black dolls only to use them as slaves.
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Treasure’s mother has told her many times that she’s not white, but the teen refuses to believe her. She ” can’t relate ” to black people, whom she calls ” thug and criminal ” and ” dangerous ,” and will cross the street to avoid them. She contrasts her own physical appearance with her exaggeratedly negative perceptions of black physicality.
Treasure presents an interesting contrast to Rachel Dolezal, the white woman of Irish heritage who reinvented herself as a black woman, braiding her hair and wearing traditional African dress, and rose to head a chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). Dolezal was only ” outed ” when her parents spoke to the media in 2015. She lost her job teaching Africana Studies at Eastern Washington University and her position at the NAACP and has since changed her name to Nkechi Amare Diallo.
Now the transracial shoe is on the other foot.
Treasure seems convinced that nothing will change her mind about her race. ” I don’t just think I’m white, I know I’m white. There’s no doubt in my mind .”
Despite the fact that it came from the mouth of a black girl, the racist language used in the segment is beyond almost anything normally allowed on television. While Treasure’s self-hating diatribe raised a few eyebrows on Twitter, the reaction could not be described as anywhere close to ‘outraged.’
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By contrast, NBC’s Megyn Kelly was flayed alive online earlier this week when she launched into an ill-advised defense of ‘blackface’ as a Halloween costume, arguing that ‘blacking up’ is totally okay, as long as you’re “dressing up as a character.”
Kelly’s comments provoked fury online, and the host issued a teary apology the following day. A day later, Kelly did not appear on her morning show, and multiple outlets have reported that Kelly is negotiating an exit from NBC.
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Star Trek animated comedy ‘Lower Decks’ is coming to CBS All Access

Star Trek animated comedy ‘Lower Decks’ is coming to CBS All Access The half-hour show will focus on a ship’s support crew. Save Jan Thijs/CBS
CBS All Access has been forging ahead with new Star Trek programming , and the streaming network has just greenlighted a new show. Star Trek: Lower Decks is a half-hour animated comedy developed by Mike McMahan, a writer for Rick and Morty and the upcoming Short Trek “The Escape Artist.” CBS All Access has ordered two seasons of the show, which will focus on the support crew on one of Starfleet’s less important ships. There’s no word yet about the time frame for the show.
“Mike won our hearts with his first sentence: ‘I want to do a show about the people who put the yellow cartridge in the food replicator so a banana can come out the other end.’ His cat’s name is Riker. His son’s name is Sagan. The man is committed,” said executive producer Alex Kurtzman in a release. “He’s brilliantly funny and knows every inch of every ‘Trek’ episode, and that’s his secret sauce: he writes with the pure, joyful heart of a true fan. As we broaden the world of ‘Trek’ to fans of all ages, we’re so excited to include Mike’s extraordinary voice.”
The network has certainly been expanding the bounds of the Star Trek Universe. Star Trek: Discovery returns for its second season in January and the as-yet untitled Jean-Luc Picard show starring Patrick Stewart is currently in production. This isn’t the first time Star Trek has had an animated series, but it’s certainly the first half-hour comedy for the franchise. The title Lower Decks is likely an homage to a The Next Generation episode of the same name, which focused on some of the lower ranked crew of the Enterprise.
It’s not clear what “comedy” means in this sense. The prospect of a comedy set in the universe is an interesting one, and fans have been clamoring for different styles of Star Trek shows. However, here’s hoping that the show doesn’t opt for Rick and Morty -style humor and instead does humor in a Star Trek way.

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