Pulp Fiction actress Rosanna Arquette declared that she was sorry she was born white and privileged.

Arquette, who played Jody in Pulp Fiction and Sophie in The Whole Nine Yards, took to Twitter to state, “I’m sorry I was born white and privileged. It disgusts me. And I feel so much shame.”

She would also target President Donald Trump writing, “The president of the United States of America incites racist violence . The end.”

Not only did she recently attack the President and indicate she’s disgusted that she was born white and privileged, but she stated she would never stand for the flag again. Arquette stated, “I’ll never stand for the flag again.” Along with her statement she shared a photo of herself kneeling in front of a number of American flags.

Arquette is no stranger to making inflammatory comments. Back in March, the actress declared “we are living under a sick dictatorship.” She added, “we now have a government that has normalized racism rape ,mass killings from Guns Pedophilia ,homophobia the destruction of our environment .this government has normalized stupidity.” (Related: Pulp Fiction Actress Rosanna Arquette: We Live in “Sick Dictatorship” of “Normalized Racism, Rape, Mass Killings…”)

Arquette will appear in the upcoming TV show Ratched alongside Vincent D’Onofrio, Don Cheadle, Sharon Stone, and Sarah Paulson.

What do you make of Rosanna Arquette’s recent comments?

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