Mike Rowe’s Reasons for why the Term “Hard Worker” is Not Offensive are Spot On

Mike Rowe of the popular Discovery show Dirty Jobs is now the host of CNN’s Somebody’s Gotta Do It, and when anybody mentions something about work ethic, he’s all over it.

Case in point: MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry told people to be careful when they use the term “hard worker” because they could be referring to slaves and not even know it.

Yeah, MHP isn’t the sharpest tool in the shed.

Here’s Rowe’s response per Facebook post…

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ailed it!

There truly is no limit to what people liberals find offensive anymore.

I mean, it’s not hard to correct Harris-Perry (I think a high schooler could win a debate with her, no problem) but Rowe does it in a way that everyone can clearly understand.

Everything is racist to liberals because they’re perpetual victims.

 I wonder what Dr. Ben Carson would say to MHP if she mentioned this in front of him?

Would the doc be considered a slave because he worked hard when he was a pediatric neurosurgeon?

Are all black conservatives in America today slaves because they too put in hard work throughout the day?

Give me a break.

…and MSNBC wonders why they consistently rank at the bottom of the ratings, right?



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