Isn’t that special? They based the “racist” namecalling on the word of some black congressmen who LIED. Yep. LIED is the correct word. It was all caught on video:
Breitbart conducted a search of all available video of the moment Rep. Carson described – as he and Rep. John Lewis “came down the steps at (the) Cannon” Office Building on their way to the Capitol.
This segment on ‘Hannity’ marks the very first time these videos, which show no evidence of anyone shouting racial slurs and which contradict every description Rep. Carson made of the scene, have been shown on national television.
Interesting how the major “news” organizations weren’t at all interested in investigating the Congressmen’s claims but, instead, jumped on the “condemn the eeeevil Tea Party members who are for fiscal responsibility and threaten our Democrat Overlords” bandwagon, isn’t it?
They (NAACP) somehow forgot to condemn as racist the New Black Panther leader for calling for the murder of white children. That’s real racism. They also seem to have conveniently overlooked Obama’s racism. Then there’s ol’ Jeremiah Wright’s racism caught on video during several “sermons”. Was that condemned for racism? Oh, HELL, no! Was everybody that sat in that church and listened to him spew his racist crap condemned for racism? (You know, like Michelle and Barry…no, of course not.) Maybe just the church was censored? No? How about the Nation of Islam, the leader of which is in Barry’s Chicago neighborhood? No?
Isn’t the NAACP itself a racist organization? If I started a NAAWP organization, I’d be condemned left and right. How about a college fund specifically for white kids? Oh, that’s racist, too, hunh?
If the NAACP isn’t concerned about condemning actual racism, perhaps people of the Caucasian persuasion will quite worrying about racism, too.
Be careful what you wish for, NAACP.