Sharon Osbourne Apologized For What Happened On “The Talk” While Piers Morgan Demands An Apology For The Same

March 12, 2021 / Posted by:

Looks like Sharon Osbourne was given the same opportunity by CBS as her pal Piers Morgan was given by ITV to either apologize for being an embarrassing hot mess on TV or hightail it to the closest emergency exit. Sharon chose the Notes App over the door after yesterday’s appalling performance on The Talk where she loudly and proudly declared herself incapable of racism (?) given her age (?) and demanded that her co-host Sheryl Underwood explain to her (?) how a white woman such as herself could ever possibly, under any circumstance (?), do or say something racist (?). Today, Sharon issued a statement on Twitter claiming that her vehement opposition to racism made her do it (?). Don’t worry, she’s included “anyone that feels confused” by what she said (?) in her apology. But she didn’t apologize to Sheryl which should please Piers because he thinks those “bullies” on The Talk should be the ones apologizing (??). To him! (??? infinitum)

Turns out, despite my initial misgivings, Meghan Markle is the agent of chaos I didn’t know I needed and now can’t live without. Without her, the Commonwealth of Great Britain might have marched on for another millennium without realizing that racism exists! Here’s what Sharon had to say about learning this fact the hard way from her co-workers yesterday.

Good. Sounds like she finally understands what it means to be oppressed. Imagine if she was able to apply that to race instead of just to one’s own trash opinions, ignorance, and stupid hair. No word if she’s apologized to Holly Robinson Peete yet:

But while Sharon is sorry for how she acted on TV, Piers is not and wants an apology from CBS since someone used a “slur” against him!

I mean, storming off his own show for getting called out on his unhinged obsession with an actress he met once, should have been the most humiliating loss in a career chock full of humiliating losses. So it’s hard to see how he could become even more of an embarrassment than he already is.  It’s not like he’s going to post a handwritten letter complaining about how he was unfairly fired from The Daily Mirror and CNN due to his strong moral convictions and has now become “the latest ‘victim’ of the cancel culture that is permeating our country, every minute, of every hour, of everyday,” being sure to include a plug for his book Wake Up about “the ‘liberal’ war on free speech.” Oh wait, I spoke too soon!

OK, now I’ve seen it all. Literally, nothing could be more humiliating than this. Oh wait, I spoke too soon!


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