Bill Cosby posted a series of startling tweets on Thanksgiving in which he claims he is a political prisoner.
Convicted sex offender, comedian Bill Cosby is still clinging to the long-tarnished image of "America's Dad."
Cosby posted a series of tweets during the Thanksgiving weekend claiming he is an "educator" and a "political prisoner."
Cosby claims that he does not intend to show remorse to the parole board, and fully expects to serve out the maximum 10 years of his sentence
Bill Cosby exiting the courtroom during the Andrea Constand trial/ Source: Getty Images/ Getty Images
In a series of tweets, Cosby once again claimed he was a "political prisoner" - he has previously compared himself to Nelson Mandela and Martin Luther King Jr - and a victim of injustice. His first tweet read:
"Happy Thanksgiving & be thankful for the Native Americans. Yours truly, The Educator & The Political Prisoner."
The incarcerated comedian then went on to accuse major and respected media outlets such as The Washington Post and the New York Times of publishing fake news.
Cosby, who was once revered for his role as Dr. Cliff Huxtable in the "Cosby Show" as "America's Dad" claims he is an educator and is teaching his fellow inmates family values and parenting skills.
In previous posts, Cosby has ranted against the presiding judge on his case whom he accused of racism; and against the jury who convicted him, whom he labeled as imposters.
Andrea Constand is only one of the dozens of alleged victims who have come forward and accused Cosby of sexual assault, among them models Janice Dickinson and Beverly Johnson.
Even though Bill Cosby's wife and children are ostensibly supportive of his claims to innocence, none of them have visited the comedian in over a year of incarceration.
Bill Cosby opened up to Black Press USA about his life in prison and his claims of innocence In his first exclusive interview behind bars.
Cosby, who declares he has no remorse, continues to claim he is innocent of sexually abusing Andrea Constand and the other dozens of women who have accused him of similar assaults over the last 30 years.
Cosby claims that he does not intend to show remorse to the parole board, and fully expects to serve out the maximum 10 years of his sentence. Cosby is now 82, so that could practically be the rest of his life.