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April 26, 2018 -- Irony. A reality star addresses reality and promptly zapped back into the fantasy line. 

She apologized. 

Apparently a staple of the Real Housewives of Atlanta television program went on record as minimizing racism (always inferred as white racism). 

That, of course, strays from the rigid confines of cultural Marxism where white racism is rampant and non-whites (aka, people of color) are the perennial victims. 

Like all dangerous cults, there is no room for the slightest deviation from the fake but sacred science. 

Kim Zolciak-Biermann dared to stray; albeit unintentionally. For that she was compelled to profusely apologize. 

Confession is a common tactic utilized in thought reform.

From People mag ▼

Kim Zolciak-Biermann is apologizing for a comment she made during the season 10 reunion of Real Housewives of Atlanta — but insists her words were “edited out of context.”

During the final reunion episode, Zolciak-Biermann called Andy Cohen into the bathroom after wrapping filming with the other Housewives, addressing what has been dubbed #RoachGate. (Zolciak-Biermann had called castmate NeNe Leakes‘ home a “roach nest” — a term many of the women told her on Sunday they felt was racist for its cultural implications of impoverished black women living in the projects.)

Speaking to Cohen, Zolciak-Biermann continued to deny claims that she is racist — and said racism is only something being magnified by social media.

“This whole racism thing in this day in age is b—. Everyone of those m—s on that couch owe this world a f— apology for this racism s—,” Zolciak-Biermann said. “They already tried to claim that s— long ago. Nobody bought into it then because the social media wasn’t there and racism wasn’t f— all that real. You know it.”

In an Instagram post on Thursday, Zolciak-Biermann backtracked, writing, “During the last RHOA Reunion episode, I made a comment that confused and offended people. I sincerely apologize. Edited out of context, I understand why my remark angered people.”

“Racism is a sad reality in the United States,” the reality star continued. “It has been prevalent throughout our country’s history. Let me be very clear, I do NOT support, tolerate or put up with any form of racism, hate or other discrimination. My love for ALL people runs deep – I am open to all and always have been.”

The 39-year-old said she “was heartbroken” when she watched the reunion episode and “saw how my words were taken out of context.”

“My comment that seemingly ‘racism didn’t exist 10 years ago’ was made as part of a larger, emotional 45-minute conversation about how, sadly, social media has become a hub for hate,” she said. “Immediately following my confusing comment, I also said that ‘it’s not as real as it is now’ referring to the power of social media. But those remarks didn’t make the show.”


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