I was actually being cynical. The NAACP would be wasting time and resources to prove the obvious. This was my point. And to that point Omarosa is wasting time with trying to sell this as a book. And to further that point it would also be a waste of time defending someone as indefensible as Omarosa.
This is not a game and I won’t participate nor treat it as such (or help white people win at it for that matter). That’s how we got into this situation in the first place. The opportunism here with this “reality TV Star” is unjustifiable on any level even for a low life Black female reality tv star — your words not mine.
I am simply calling out the notion presented under the circumstances surrounding opportunism with anti-blackness or self interests, one should forgo the egocentrism with taking a job that is predicated on a degree of selflessness in serving the nation. Certainly, any opportunity sought with and from the likes of Trump would be fraught with depravity, the likes of which you seem to find defendable.
The reciprocity of our interdependence is a necessary component and requirement to achieving social equality.