At GOP Leadership Conference, Obama Impersonator Tells Racist Jokes
The Republicans that invited Barack Obama impersonator Reggie Brown to the GOP Leadership Conference didn’t expect the jokes to target some of their own.
The comedian got a bunch of laughs when he poked fun at The president claiming that he only celebrated half of Black History month but the laughter wasn’t as loud when he made fun of Barbara Bush and George W. Bush.
Brown’s mic was cut off when he apparently took some shots at Republican Newt Gingrich and Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty.
However, the funny man from Chicago claims that he was rushed off because of time constraints, not content. His set was supposed to be between 10 and 15 minutes, but with an introductory video they played for him, he was clocked at 17 minutes.
“Not every joke hits,” Brown said. “All-in-all I think it was a great performance, and I got a lot of great feedback.”
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