A Real Jamaican Yard Man’s Response To That Fox Interview With Michael Blake


By Anonymous

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Nov. 27, 2019: New York Assemblyman Michael Blake, the son of Jamaican immigrants, the Democratic National Committee’s Vice Chair and a candidate for congress in the Bronx, appearance on Fox News Tuesday morning went viral because, as most folks know, Jamaicans, even if they were not born in Jamaica, take no BS – ever!

Words like “tussle,” “awkward” and “hijacked” were last night being used in headlines to describe the encounter between Blake and the F-Network’s Bill Hemmer. But for Hemmer’s sake, he is lucky that Blake is not a real “Yard Man” as the headlines would be a lot more colourful.

So, here’s how it would have gone if this Real Yard Man and not Michael Blake was interviewed by BH.

BH: What do you
think of Tucker Carlson’s theory that Michelle Obama would run for president in
2020. Would you like to see the former first lady campaign for the presidency?

RY: Bwoy, what kind of fuckery yuh ah chat bout? Ah dis you bring me on yah fah? Fuh chat bout dat Bumboclaat?  Hear wha me want know… how come that duppy that seh white supremacy ah lie still deh pan this network still rahtid?

BH: Alright, well I
mean his opinion there was that Michelle Obama may get in this race. Do you
think that will happen or is it not going to not?

RY: Yuh ah eediat bwoy?
Nothing nah guh suh my lad. Fyah fuh dat. How come yuh nevva answer me? Why
dat bumboclaat still deh pon this yah TV?

BH: We didn’t bring
you on to talk about Tucker Carlson. I brought you on to talk about the
Democratic field. I didn’t bring you on to bash our network. So, with all due
respect, why don’t we just keep it on topic?

RY: Listen here pussyhole. Me chat bout whatever the bloodcleet me waant. Suh hear me now fuh real – you, Fox News and Carlson can guh suck out you mumma. Ah dat me gat fuh seh!

(Mike drop)

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