Emmy-Award winning TV personality, Carson Kressley, was one of the judges during the Miss USA pageant. During his time on stage, he made controversial comment about the Holocaust.
During the pageant that premiered May 21, he made a disgraceful remark.
Kressley, said that choosing between the contestants was like the movie “Sophie’s Choice.”
Sadly, Sophie’s Choice is a movie rooted in the Holocaust, where a mother has to decided which one of her kids to save and which one to send to a gas chamber.
Miss USA pageant commentator just said choosing between the 15 finalists was like “Sophie’s choice.”
Just as a reminder, “Sophie’s Choice” is a movie about a woman who was forced to choose which of her two children to save and which was sent to the Auschwitz gas chamber.
— Aaron Earls (@WardrobeDoor) May 22, 2018
These remarks don’t come from an amateur, Kressley, has years of experience in the television and fashion industry.
He was a judge on GSN’s Window Warriors, and also served as a judge for reality shows like Lifetime’s “How to Look Good Naked” and “RuPaul’s Drag Race.”
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