*Remember the hot water controversial Obama impersonator, Reggie Brown found himself in last week? Well, if you still don’t, let us refresh your memory.
Brown is most noted for his act being cut short at the Republican Leadership Conference when his joke took a racially sensitive turn. But according to reports, he was escorted off stage for going over his time.
Anyway, so since his joke was cut short, you may have the chance to hear the punch line. He was then invited to the Bill Maher to “finish what he started.”
The impersonator was on his way to begin a joke about Minnesota Conresswoman, Michele Bachmann.
“Michele Bachmann. And you thought black women were scary,” he said, going off in a direction far worse than expected.
“As I was saying,” Brown began, and launched right into it: “Michele Bachmann. And you thought black women were scary.” And off he goes, not merely as politically incorrect as he was before — but much, much more so. Mediaite writes that “One wonders whether this was Brown’s act all along or if he sharped the jokes up a bit now that he had been censored.” After hearing his synopsis of the GOP 2012 field — “You got a crazy woman, a fat blowhard, three interchangeable pencil necks, two Mormons, and the Black guy from Ghostbusters” — we’re guessing (hoping?) that some rewriting occurred between then and now.