And so it will be with the race-hustlers and those crying racism at every trivial and absurd turn. Their McCarthy censure moment will eventually come, but until then, here sadly is another laughable example of their excess.
Phil Robertson of Human Rights Watch says, ‘It's both bizarre and racist that Dunkin' Donuts thinks that it must color a woman's skin black and accentuate her lips with bright pink lipstick to sell a chocolate doughnut.'
The CEO for Dunkin' Donuts in Thailand, Nadim Salhani, raised his middle finger at the criticism, ‘It's absolutely ridiculous. We're not allowed to use black to promote our doughnuts? I don't get it. What's the big fuss? What if the product was white and I painted someone white, would that be racist?’
Mr Salhani’s teenage daughter was the model in the ads.
So the Angle guesses Mr. Robertson is just gonna have buy a Charcoal Donut and shove it where the sun doesn't shine.
Dunkn' Donut Doughs Over - Apologizes