Actress Rosanna Arquette: “I’m Sorry I Was Born White & Privileged”


Anti-Trump liberal actress Rosanna Arquette took to Twitter ealier to express her “shame” over being born “white & privileged” echoing the reverse racism pushed by the left.

After her tweet went viral, causing people with common sense who are not ashamed on themselves because of the color of their skin to react negatively to what Rosanna said, the star quickly turned her Twitter account private, which she says was prompted by advice from the FBI, though this is yet to be confirmed.

The tweet said verbatim, “I’m sorry I was born white and privileged. It disgusts me. And I feel so much shame.”

Here’s a screenshot that was captured before her account went private:

And, here's how people are reacting to the liberal social justice "white shame" tweet:

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Fox News has more to say:

Actress Rosanna Arquette took to Twitter to apologize to her followers for being “born white and privileged," prompting her to lock her account after heated backlash and an alleged FBI warning.

“I’m sorry I was born white and privileged. It disgusts me. And I feel so much shame,” the “Pulp Fiction” actress wrote on Wednesday.

It’s unclear what prompted her to release that message to her roughly 89,000 followers. Since posting the tweet, the 59-year-old actress made her account private and only accessible to select followers.

But she told The Wrap on Thursday that she was allegedly instructed to lock her account by the FBI. She declined to elaborate on the agency's involvement with her and the account but noted that it was an effort to protect herself from "threatening and cruel" online responses to her tweet.

Representatives for Arquette did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for comment. The FBI had no comment when reached by Fox News.

"There are toxic and very vicious people on social media. Threatening and cruel,” Arquette told the outlet. “I said yesterday the I am ashamed of the color of my skin. I am privileged just because I’m white. I feel shame. Because of all the violence that is happening in America and other racist countries.”

She continued: "I was not raised to be racist. In fact my mother took me to Harlem to integrate and all black nursery school when I was 4. I feel truly desolate at the bigotry. and severe racism that we are witnessing in 2019.”

The Washington Times also commented:

Hollywood’s Rosanna Arquette sent around a tweet — later made private — that apologized for her whiteness. For the “shame” of being born white. For the crime of possessing Caucasian “privilege.”

            

Congratulations, Arquette. As stupid tweets go, this one sets a new historical standard.        

We’re really entering blue ribbon territory here.

“I’m sorry I was born white and privileged,” Arquette wrote, Fox News reported. “It disgusts me. And I feel so much shame.”      

It’s not clear why she wrote it.

But what is clear is the oddness of the thought process that has to accompany such a message.                 

Pride in skin color is in itself weird. It’s not like skin color is an accomplishment based on hard work, or completion of a goal that’s been a long time coming.       

It is what it is. It’s a color. 

But just as weird as having pride in skin color is having no pride in skin color. Or, as Arquette put it, of having “shame” in skin color.

                                                                                                                                                                
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