The Self-Appointed PC Police Want RHOSLC Star Fired (For Stepping Out of Line)



Over a six month span throughout the "Summer of Love", better known as the Black Lives Matter riots, Jennie Nguyen posted and reposted memes and photos, including ones which mention phrases like “BLM Thugs” and “Violent Gangs”, and now, the self-appointed PC police are calling for Real Housewives of Salt Lake City newbie to be fired for what they are calling “controversial” social media posts (apparently, having a different opinion constitutes “controversial”).


Here are some of the comments coming from the loony libtard readers at Page Six … enjoy!


“Oh naw naw ! Jennie from the trash needs to get FIRED !!! Point Blank Period.”


“Why am I literally not shocked, Jennie gave me certain vibes IF YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN and this confirmed that feeling for me.


“Me sitting here while the rest of y’all just now realizing Jennie is anti black #RHOSLC #bravo.”


“Not Jennie getting exposed for being racist, anti black and anti-vaxx. Plus the blaccent and racist micro agressions towards Mary AND being a trumper. Her snowflake has officially melted. #RHOSLC.”


“This is getting ridiculous. Bravo needs to start vetting these people better. Someone should be going through all these posts before they even consider hiring the person.”



In a way, I’m grateful to Page Six for this hit job, because although I’ve had good vibes from Jennie (based on her landscape decor alone), it’s now official … Jennie is now my favorite SLC housewife! But unfortunately, now that the cancel culture has her in their cross hairs, she’s probably on borrowed time, because as we all know, Bravo/NBC/Universal does not tolerate opposing views.  But maybe her (Asian) ethnicity will save her. #Identity Polics


UPDATE: Jennie has now posted a statement. 


I want to acknowledge and apologize for my deleted Facebook posts from 2020 that resurfaced today. At the time, I thought I was speaking out against violence, but I have since learned how offensive and hurtful my words were. It’s why I deactivated that account more than a year ago and why I continue to try to learn about perspectives different from my own. I regret those posts and am sincerely sorry for the pain they caused”.


I rest my case.