Sometimes in history and in agendas, the truth reveals itself so blatantly that obfuscation proves impossible.
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) will vote this week at its annual convention in Kansas City on whether to “adopt a resolution condemning the tea party as “racist.” Without evidence they cite the March 20, 2010 anti-Obamacare rally at the Capitol where they still contend that black congressmen were verbally maligned and literally spat upon. Not one video or audio tape has surfaced to prove this allegation. Andrew Breitbart offered $100,000 to anyone who had evidence of this alleged hate speech and spitting. With the current recession and high unemployment, 100 grand is a lot of money. No one has come forward.
Kenneth Gladney, an African-American selling flags outside a townhall meeting in 2009 was beaten up by African-American thugs wearing SEIU purple shirts. The criminals are still awaiting trial. Next, there’s the Black Panthers with nightsticks intimidating voters outside a polling booth in Philadelphia. The case was dropped by Holder. Then there’s the recent New Black Panther Party’s Malik Zulu Shabazz threatening to kill white people and their babies.
Not one word from the NAACP or the Obamas on this hate speech.
The leaders of the NAACP in Kansas City also cite “signs and posters intended to degrade people of color generally and Barack Obama specifically.”
I have to get personal here. In 2006, before my “St. Paul getting struck down off my horse” moment I attended two anti-Bush war rallies in D.C. I wasn’t a member of any movement like Code Pink, but I marched alongside them. I witnessed Bush being burned in effigy. I saw signs that depicted Bush, Rumsfeld and Cheney as the “axis of evil” and Satan complete with horns. There were posters that read “Bush-baby-killer.” Every other one contained the “F” word directed at Bush and his administration. Then there were the explicit death threat signs to the President.
So, NAACP leaders, where there is free speech there are signs – every single president and movement have had their share of them. After having the privilege of standing on both sides of the fence, I can assure you that the Tea Party signs disparaging Obama were few and far between compared to those denigrating Bush.
Crying ‘racism’ at every turn and asking “people of good will to repudiate the racism of the Tea Party” and to”stand in opposition to the tea party’s drive to put our country back to pre-civil rights time” has become so obviously manufactured and directed by radicals and the propagandist mainstream media that the majority of Americans are not buying it.
In fact, because of Obama’s obsession with race and his apathy toward the economy no one can buy much of anything these days, much less laughable charges of bigotry when all the videos portray the real racists.