Often it is in your interpretation. In the article she gives two specific types of racial slurs. They involved comments “referencing being called an ape and people talking about her bottom,...”
First lets take the simian comparisons. Google “George Bush called a monkey” and you come up with a morning segment which you can watch on You Tube if you want and the comment underneath is,
“In a hilarious live TV moment, CNBC's endearingly slaphappy Erin Burnett figures on referring to President Bush in a very inside joke kinda way, the "monkey in the middle" on MSNBC's Morning Joe (Joe Scarborough) program. Oh, then she corrects herself by meaning Germany's Angela Merkel!Notice that calling George Bush a monkey is “hilarious” and endearing humor. Also notice that Joe Scarborough is involved. He has been hilarious and endearing toward President Trump recently. Or take a few moments to look at the names used on Abraham Lincoln. But as it goes in our modern culture, racism can only go one way and if you don’t like a comment about a liberal the cause is racist.
As to the comments about her bottom, again Google the concept and you come up with all kinds of articles and sites that praise big butts. I remember seeing one magazine that was totally about black women with big butts and it was a beauty mark for them. I guess that magazine written by blacks and for blacks was also racist.
The race baiting continues even though the Obamas are out of the White House.
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