Rosanna Arquette apologizes for being born white: ‘I feel so much shame’

On Wednesday, actress Rosanna Arquette apologized to the world for being born “white and privileged.”

I’m sorry I was born white and privileged,” she whined on Twitter.  “It disgusts me. And I feel so much shame.”

Poor baby…  It must really suck to be part of the rich Hollywood elite these days.

As one can imagine, she didn’t get a whole lot of sympathy from Twitter.



Good ideas…  If Rosanna really feels the need to assuage her guilt, we’d be more than happy to help relieve her of some of that “privilege.”  (Note to Rosanna: Have your people call our people if you’re really feeling guilty…)


We didn’t say that, but when you’re right, you’re right…

We tend to agree.

Not every response was critical, however.  There was, for example, this response which makes me concerned about the state of modern education:

What the heck is a “privilege walk?”  Or do I really want to know? Seriously, I can’t help but wonder where these students will end up — mostly so I can avoid them should I or my family need medical help.

Twitchy noted that Arquette “could become a conservative, where we don’t judge by skin color.  And if that doesn’t work there’s always the Rachel Dolezal route.”


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