Chad Prather asked: What do you get when you cross the “deep-seated anchors of democratic politics” with “acts so random and possibly fictional that their specific motive should be called into question?”
“Uh, you get irony in the grimly humorous tradition of a Jussie Smollett or Bubba Wallace,” Chad explained in this clip from “The Chad Prather Show.” What exactly was Chad referring to? Well, a recent finding on the site of the Obama Presidential Center in Chicago, Illinois, caused quite a disruption. “What they found, folks, was a noose, a noose,” Chad said.
“Was it a pazuzu-like stone idol filled with a demon spirit capable of possessing whoever looked into its eyes? No. Was it the body of Jimmy Hoffa, complete with signed proof that he was the charter member of the Clinton hit list? Not even that good,” Chad joked.
The discovery caused construction on the $830 million building to stop immediately and ensured all staff and workers would get more anti-bias training.
The Obama Foundation also released a statement saying it notified authorities that “this shameless act of cowardice and hate is designed to get attention and divide us. Our priority is protecting the health and safety of our workforce.”
The problem, Chad said, is that as of this recording, the details of this find haven’t come out, and that’s kind of a problem since news hoaxes are becoming more and more common all the time. Smollett and Wallace are probably the most famous ones, but a bunch of them are going.
Chad assessed that “maybe they found a noose on the site, or perhaps they didn’t.” He leaned toward probably they didn’t, for a couple of reasons. “First of all,” Chad said, “there are a lot of hoaxes or even just honest and dumb misunderstandings. Second of all, have you ever met any real racists?”
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