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Meanwhile progressives turn a blind eye to the blatant racism of goofball Vice President Joe Biden, who once praised Obama for his light skin and lack of Negro dialect, and who recently told an audience “Trust me, Obama has a big stick” (why isn’t that racial coding for stereotypical black sexuality? Because he’s a Democrat, and the left never charges its own with hate speech, racial coding, or any other politically incorrect crime). Last week Biden made an even bigger laughingstock of himself by trying out his very own “Negro dialect” on a largely black audience, telling them that Romney was “gonna put y’all back in chains!” This is to say nothing of the divisive racism of Obama himself, our “most-racial president,” and others in his administration of racial payback like Eric Holder.
While the left is busy pointing out imaginary racism, actual serious racism goes uncondemned, such as the incendiary rhetoric of Holder’s pets, the New Black Panthers, who called once again last week for the genocide of white Americans. Such black-on-white racism gets a pass from not only the Obama administration but the media as well, who are too busy scanning transcripts of Rush Limbaugh’s radio show in a futile search for racist remarks.
Back to last week’s episode of The Cycle. As Mediaite reported, the show’s conservative co-host S.E. Cupp pounced on Touré’s outrageous accusation, taking him to task for admitting that Joe Biden’s “chains” comments were divisive, but claiming that Romney is racist for using the word “angry.”
“Do you see how dishonest that is?” she asked.
Touré denied calling anyone a racist, which prompted Cupp to say, “Certainly you were implying that Mitt Romney and the base will respond to this dog-whistle, racially-charged coding, and hate Obama, the angry black man?”
“Absolutely,” he replied.
“That’s so irresponsible,” Cupp answered back.
“This is not a revolutionary comment,” Touré later said. “This is a constituency all-white party that rejects the black vote.”
“You have two white guys in Joe Biden and Mitt Romney,” Cupp clarified. “Joe Biden made the overtly racial comment and has a history of making bigoted remarks. Mitt Romney was responding to the comment. Yet he is the one responsible for the whole Republican history of racism in politics?”
“He’s using the playbook Republicans have been using for decades now,” Touré concluded.
He later apologized for his use of the “N” word, but only because the controversy over it (which of course he intended to create in the first place), “muddied the discussion… I could’ve made the same point without using the word.” In other words, I miscalculated the backlash but stand by my side’s own playbook of dealing from the race card deck.
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