The peroxide nearly drained out of Aryan Nation’s hair on Thursday night when Julie Chen called her out for the some of the racist crap that dribbled out of her mouth hole while she was in the Big Brother house. Aaryn Gries is in the jury house now so she can’t defend herself by saying, “I sucked a Cuban dick once! I am not a racist!” But Aaryn’s mom can defend her and she did. Aaryn’s mom, Elizabeth Owens, wrote a long ass statement to The Los Angeles Times where she said that CBS and Julie Chen used her daughter’s racist acts of foolery to get ratings. I know. How dare CBS, a network that shows TV shows, try to get ratings by airing something that Elizabeth’s snowflake of a daughter said in front of cameras! The audacity of those bitches.
Elizabeth Owens started her statement by saying that she’s disappointed with what has come out of Aaryn’s mouth and she wasn’t raised like that:
“While I love and continue to support my daughter Aaryn, words cannot describe my disappointment in some of her comments made on ‘Big Brother.’ These inappropriate comments certainly do not represent the value system under which her father and I have raised her. Aaryn is a young 22-year-old college student that has spent 70 days living in a fish bowl and making mistakes for America to see.”
Fun Fact: Aaryn said in the live feeds a few days ago that her father named their black llama “Martin Luther.”
Elizabeth then raised her slappin’ hand at CBS and Julie Chen for only showing the Mel Gibson side of Aaryn and not showing her spewing out a stream of sowwies to her house guests (Note: CBS did show Aaryn burping out an “I’m sorry I offended your ass” non-apology to Candice):
“It appears that it was beneficial for ‘Big Brother’ to focus on the negative comments made by Aaryn to boost ratings. Again, I DO NOT condone those inappropriate comments, but I — and I am sure the entire ‘Big Brother’ audience — would have appreciated the show’s producers also airing her complete statement acknowledging the mistakes she made and more of her apologies to the Houseguests while still ‘in the house.’ I am disappointed that a woman of Julie Chen’s stature would choose to attack Aaryn and influence America to judge the fallacies she [Chen] seems to have about Aaryn.”
And then of course, Elizabeth listed all the friends and relatives in Aryan Nation’s life who are not white:
Gries attended her senior prom with an African American man, “one of her closest friends through high school,” Owens wrote.
“Aaryn’s first true love was Cuban American, and she has cousins of Japanese descent who she truly loves,” she added. “She has never discriminated against anyone for their sexual orientation whether within our family or not. Aaryn truly loves all people equally.”
She added that Gries, who is from San Angelo, Texas, recently sponsored a little girl in the Philippines through the Save the Children program.
Did Aaryn’s mom just list every single non-white person she’s ever come in contact with? “And one time, an African American cashier handed Aaryn her change and they touched hands and Aaryn didn’t even clean her hands with Purell right after. NOT RACIST! Another time, a Mexican man was our waiter at a restaurant and Aaryn didn’t even ask him if he had papers before she let him take our order. NOT RACIST! And she gets her nails done at a Korean nail salon and she’s never told one of the girls to go make her rice. NOT RACIST!”
I swear, “I sponsor a little girl in the Philippines” really is the “I have a black friend” of 2013.