Tila Tequila Is The Racist Celeb Who Thinks They’re Relevant But Never Really Was
Tila Tequila’s doing everything she can to keep her name in the news.
To your right is a photo that reality-TV star and celebrity basketcase Tila Tequila posted to her Facebook page yesterday. As you can see, she’s wearing boots. Cowboy boots.
Don’t worry. That observation is relevant, for reasons that we’re about to go into right now.
In full hate-mongering mode, Tequila captioned this picture with the following:
“Ain’t nuthin better than riding around Texas in my cowboy boots to hunt down these damn illegals! #SendThemBack”
We do welcome middle fingers here, if you feel the urge.
The only thing more pathetic and stomach-churning than this twenty word, anti-immigrant diatribe is the admission that this isn’t Tequila’s first rodeo into racist and xenophobic territory. On Facebook and, unfortunately, in life.
In 2013, she offered a very bizarre analysis — to say the least — of WWII and the Holocaust, and made it very clear that Hitler is a hero and should be venerated:
For those of you who focus on the victims of war well that is just part of war. What do you think war is about? People DIE in wars that is why I am against wars. It brought me to tears because I used to think all of those horrible things about him [Hitler] until I learned the truth about the war and what Hitler truly did and he was not a bad person as they have painted him out to be. Here is a man who was not a coward, stood up for his country in a DESPERATE TIME OF NEED (unlike all of our cowardly leaders), and yet not only did he try his best to help his country and people get out of what was a time of depression, economic collapse, high unemployment, amongst many other things.
At least we know why she’s stumping for Trump.
Last month, she published this tweet about Ben Shapiro:
She reinforced her anti-Semitic feelings on Facebook:
“There are only two things in this world, for which I would gladly sacrifice my own life; the destruction of all Jews and preservation of the white race”
Even though she’s Singaporean. But, whatever. Maybe it’s a “model minority” thing.
Whatever it is, I strongly believe that there should be a massive black hole reserved for irrelevant celebrities who, after their lame reality shows are cancelled, do nothing but vegetate and sit back, scheming ways to foment hate in the world and keep their name in the press.[adsense1]
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