No, I'm not kidding:
For me, the coal miners disappeared and a film honored for its artistic merit, despite being the most racist propaganda films ever, D.W. Griffith’s “Birth of a Nation” (1915) surfaces, in which white actors appeared in blackface. The white owner saw coal miners in the photograph. Therefore, it was not offensive.
Fact: The photograph shows coal miners’ faces covered in soot. The context of the photograph is not the issue.'The facts do not matter, my feelings do!" Definitely a Occasional-Cortex voter here.
This is his idea of 'offensive blackface'
Know what I'm offended by? Assholes who look for offense in everything. Because they'll always be offended, and demand everyone else change everything to accommodate them.