• July 9, 2021

When a girl is a bitch: The funniest, dumbest and most controversial jokes from the year 2017

By now, you’re probably aware that the United States has been experiencing a massive wave of hate crimes against black people, and that Donald Trump has been a racist.

But now it seems like we’re not just seeing the rise of this type of hate crime in the US, but the spread as well.

In this article, we’ve compiled a list of the funniest and most racist jokes from 2017 that were released in the media.

And what did we find?

As with all things in 2017, it’s not that black people are inherently bad or evil, but we can still use our imaginations to see how we could be more inclusive in the future.

And that’s exactly what we did.1.

The first black president jokes: A black president joke.

In the 2016 election, President Donald Trump tweeted a photo of himself holding a gun, and tweeted about it the following day.

When he tweeted about this picture, he said, “We need to bring back our country from the swamp.

This country was built by slaves, and now we’re being led by a bunch of pussies.”

In the year 2018, the US Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the Voting Rights Act in Shelby County v.

Holder sparked nationwide outrage over racist voting laws that disproportionately affected black voters.

In addition to this, Trump retweeted a racist image that showed a black man holding a Trump sign, and then went on to post a tweet in support of the “pussies” who were responsible for that image.

In a subsequent tweet, Trump claimed that he wasn’t actually behind the image, but instead had been accidentally retweeted by his followers.

After this incident, Trump went on a Twitter tirade, and accused the NAACP of “pandering” to his supporters by making a mockery of the court ruling.

In his defense, Trump said that he had meant to tweet the image himself.2.

The “bitchin’ bitch” joke: In a 2016 episode of “Saturday Night Live,” SNL’s sketch comedy troupe did a sketch where a woman who was wearing a tight pink dress and a gold wig came to the set wearing a wig, a necklace, and an afro.

This woman, whose name is not known, appeared to be a “bikini-haired bitch,” according to one source.

The woman’s performance on SNL, which was filmed in front of a live audience, made her famous.

The scene made a splash on social media, but it wasn’t long before SNL announced that the show had pulled the clip from the show.

After SNL made the announcement, the woman’s image went viral.

In 2018, comedian Kate McKinnon came out as a transgender woman, and it wasn´t long before the public became aware of McKinnon’s trans identity.

In response to this viral moment, McKinnon posted a video on Twitter in which she said she felt compelled to share her trans identity to her followers, and said, “”If it wasnít for the trans women who were on SNBL, I would never have shared my identity with you.

I would have never shared it with my family, and I would not have shared it to you.

It was a matter of privilege.

“In the year, McKellen’s video made national headlines, and she was named the 2016 “most influential person” by TIME magazine.3.

The KKK joke: A KKK member.

In 2016, a black member of the Ku Klux Klan was shot and killed by a white man.

The video of the incident was posted to YouTube, and soon became a viral sensation.

The man who killed the man in the video is seen wearing a red bandanna and carrying a black revolver.

This photo was also widely circulated online, and the backlash against the man was so great that a petition was created to have the photo removed from the Internet.

The petition garnered over 1.4 million signatures, and was met with overwhelming support from people across the country.

A year later, the video was pulled from YouTube.4.

The Trump-loving meme: A meme featuring the words “Trump for president” with the slogan, “I’m a Donald Trump fan.”

The meme was first seen on Instagram, and quickly went viral on social news platforms.

A man in a Donald Trumps hat was seen posing with a Donald trump hat on his head, with a caption reading, “Donald Trump for president.”

When this man posted the meme on Instagram last year, he wrote, “So, Trump fans, I guess you’re the only ones who can be happy about this meme.

Trump is a nice guy, and he loves Donald Trump.

So I guess we’re all Trump fans.

“A year ago, Trump Jr. shared the meme again, saying, “Trump loves him, but he’s the least of my problems.”5.

The “#TrumpForPresident” tweet: A tweet that reads “#Trump