The Boy Who Cried RAAAAACIST

(Mainstream media: This highly-diverse crowd are the people complaining about the racist lack of minorities in the Tea Party.) The picture above is Barack Obama mingling with the apparently all-white members of the White House press corps (which is not pronounced “corpse”, Mister President). Just another reminder, as if the non-diverse lineup of MSNBC and the pale editorial board of The New York Times weren’t reminder enough, of the deliberately dishonest double-standards rampant in the media. And, in another case of the mask slipping off and revealing the truth underneath, prominent black activist, Mary Frances Berry (Professor of American Social Thought and History, U. Penn.) admitted this at the Politico (H/T Jim Hoft, GatewayPundit):

Tainting the tea party movement with the charge of racism is proving to be an effective strategy for Democrats. There is no evidence that tea party adherents are any more racist than other Republicans, and indeed many other Americans. But getting them to spend their time purging their ranks and having candidates distance themselves should help Democrats win in November. Having one’s opponent rebut charges of racism is far better than discussing joblessness.

Again, this comes as no surprise to many of us, but in the last few years it’s amazing how many of the people on the left are admitting to such things openly.

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6 Responses to “The Boy Who Cried RAAAAACIST”

  1. Spenser Says:

    Great point made with pictures, again RM.

  2. realwest Says:

    Another great post RM – say, is this part of that Journo-List expose?

  3. Fenway_Nation Says:

    OMG!! Who are you calling ‘boy’!?!?!? I’m going deaf from all the racist dogwhisltes, roboMONKEY

    *huff huff, flounce flounce*

    /when you’re done with that can of worms, feel free to share your thoughts on that Journo-lost clusterf*ck

    • RoboMonkey Says:

      I wondered if anyone would (even in jest) interpret that as a “dogwhistle”, but “boy” here is clearly used in reference to the lily-white MSM. So bite me, get your own blog, yadda yadda, whatever.

      I haven’t thought of anything to say (yet) about Journolist that hasn’t already been said elsewhere. I really don’t want to just post “me too” entries.

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