Flipping the Bird
The queen of the classless, and convicted felon, Martha Stewart, wandered into an art gallery this past weekend and was kind enough to pose for a picture. Now we know that in itself isn’t anything special, however, what she’s doing in the picture is another matter entirely.
Stewart stopped between two of Andrea Serrano’s paintings depicting President Donald Trump and pot-smoking rap artist, Snoop Dogg, when she chose to express her feelings in sign language.
The kook of the kitchen smiled from ear-to-ear as she gave the middle finger to the president and flashed a peace sign towards the dog. The man taking the photo at Frieze Fairs New York posted the image on Instagram with a caption educating followers on “role models.”
“A role model is a person who serves as an example of the values, attitudes, and behaviors associated with a role. These persons distinguish themselves in such a way that others admire and want to emulate them.”
Stewart and Snoop Dogg are “buddies” and frequent collaborators on various projects. The other thing they have in common is their criminal behavior. Snoop Dogg came under fire recently, for his controversial new video depicting President Trump being…
Martha Stewart is also no stranger to controversy. In 2004, she was convicted on felony charges of conspiracy, obstruction of an agency proceeding, and making false statements to federal investigators, and was sentenced in July 2004 to serve a five-month term in a federal correctional facility and a two-year period of supervised release (to include five months of electronic monitoring).
Indeed, these are the role models of the left.
Yet, ironically, they are both the very definition of what liberals “say” they despise-rich and successful (and in Martha’s case, white.) Perhaps being willing to flip off the president exempts Stewart from the left’s “white privilege” angst.
Cosmopolitan Magazine writer, Laura Beck, referred to the picture as being the most “iconic moment in this century, or any other.”
We wonder if she would’ve felt that way had Stewart been giving the bird to a portrait of Barack Obama?
No, we didn’t think so either.