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Grab the hair dye, blondie, you’re a racist! Writer slams blonde MAGA and Fox News America

The race-baiting left is obsessed with color. Except for this time, it’s not skin color but hair color.

In an inane New York magazine story, writer Amy Larocca insists Fox News channel is racist because it employs blonde TV hosts.

Predictably, Larocca blamed President Trump for the trend, which she called a “dog whistle” to racists because it exalts blonde hair. It bears noting that Trump’s wife, Melania, is a brunette. But why let facts get in the way of a media narrative?

“Fox News and Donald Trump have given blonde hair a new chapter,” Larocca wrote. “Now, blonde is the color of the right, for whom whiteness has become a hallmark.”

But what does that mean for celebrities like Beyonce, who wears blonde wigs but is celebrated as a beauty icon for black women? Is Beyonce secretly a white supremacist?

Spotlighting her own anti-blonde bigotry and aesthetic insecurities, Larocca bloviated:

And then, of course, there are the politics of hair color. Attributes associated with whiteness — light skin, narrow noses — have dominated American beauty ideals as long as there’s been such a thing.

To be blonde was to be a good American woman, pure of intention and heart — which implied also, of course, that to be a good American woman, pure of intention and heart, meant being blonde.

But #MAGA, Fox News America is a place where all the classic signifiers of privilege and wealth work on overdrive.

Using New York magazine’s reasoning, that would mean CNN is also racist. Because there’s a veritable blonde battalion on CNN’s roster of TV hosts and reporters.

Check out CNN’s blonde bevy below:

The New York magazine puff piece came on the same day that Newsweek trashed Melania Trump and first daughter Ivanka Trump for wearing high heels, claiming it’s a symbol of female oppression by the Trump administration.

Where was Newsweek’s outrage when Michelle Obama wore high heels during her eight years as first lady?

Not surprisingly, the New York magazine piece calling Fox News racist for employing blondes was trashed on social media for its idiocy.



  1. tim krause

    August 13, 2017 at 11:37 am

    OK, so FOX has FOXES. CNN and MSNBC has HAGS and BITCHES. What else is new, except one is a MAD COW.

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  3. Sal belardo

    August 13, 2017 at 11:54 am

    Calling a women a racist for being blonde is like calling black people racist for being black! Which is more truthful? Racists when looking for racism will find it wherever they want! Someone who only wears white socks could be called a racist! Someone who only wears black shoes could be called a racist! When looking for a racist the person can find it many ways like the writer recently who said that women are racist because they wouldn’t get out of his way on the side walk! Racists will find it, they just have to use their imagination! Like this fool!

  4. Stephen Bullock

    August 13, 2017 at 12:11 pm

    What about Hillary Clinton and Chelsea, and Elizabeth Warren. Does that mean that they are racist too?

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  7. Billye

    August 13, 2017 at 4:00 pm

    Amy, since you are so jealous just dye your hair! Waaaaay tired of all the whining and crying!

  8. billy miller

    August 13, 2017 at 4:57 pm


  9. Louisa

    August 14, 2017 at 7:20 pm

    You wonder why consumers are not buying magazines or newspapers anymore. Ms. Larocca’s sophomoric essay is just another reason to keep walking passed the news stand. This is idiot fodder and insulting to Americans who anticipate some intellectual stimulation from the periodicals they purchase.

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