GREG GUTFELD (HOST): As for the rest of her complaints, they could be real. But I got my own problems and so do you. But she blames hers on race and why not? It's the universal fits-all complaint these days. But Lady Diana didn't get off easy either and it wasn't racism that harmed her. It was the life, the tabloids, what happens when you become the story.
Markle can cynically exploit the racial obsession embraced by western media, but the tabloids would have hounded her whether she's white, Black or brown. Meghan, an actress, shows she can play a victim and maybe she is. But of what or whom? The queen, the prince, the endless publicity? There's an attraction between narcissism and victimhood in that self love craves attention and victimhood can deliver it by the barrel.
So anyone who crosses her can be the victimizer. A clever operator, she showed that in the oppression Olympics, anybody can play, even from behind a gated mansion in the Hollywood hills.