Monday, May 27, 2013

MSNBC's Dyson: Black Republican E.W. Jackson Carries White Supremacist Message

How do you recognize desperation? When the liberals start calling black religious leaders who run for office under a conservative banner, "white supremicists". I cant wait to cast my vote to elect Bishop Jackson to the office of Lt Governor.

MSNBC's Dyson: Black Republican E.W. Jackson Carries White Supremacist Message
On May 26, MSNBC political analyst Michael Eric Dyson described Virginia lieutenant governor nominee E.W. Jackson as "a black puppet" who carries a white supremacist message.

Jackson is a black man, and is urging Christians in the black community to break free from their loyalties to the Democrat Party.

According to, Jackson raised Dyson's ire by warning these Christian that the Democrat Party has "has created an unholy alliance between certain so-called civil rights leaders and Planned Parenthood," and that this alliance has resulted in the deaths of "tens of millions" of "black babies."

Dyson responded by saying "Planned Parenthood is not about abortions." He then added: "[Jackson's] a vent. He's being ventriloquized. His mouth is moving but White Supremacist ideology is floating through it, and the most repressive sorts of ideas that we can imagine are being evoked here."

It doesn't matter that Planned Parenthood aborts approximately 340,000 babies a year. Nor does it matter that Planned Parenthood has aborted millions upon millions of black babies since 1973.  
 All that matters is that Jackson's a Republican. Therefore he is lumped in with other black men whom the Democrat Party has discarded for rejecting race-driven politics and more reliance on government. Other blacks in this category include men like Walter E. Williams, Thomas Sowell, Senator Tim Scott (R-SC), and of course, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.

SCHULTZ: Dr. Dyson, what’s going on here? Is this an attempt to make this Ken Cuccinelli, this year's Republican nominee for governor, look less extreme, because he’s a hard righty too? What about this?

MICHAEL ERIC DYSON: Yeah, the philosopher Jay-Z had it right. We don't believe you, you need more people. We don't even know you. You pop out of nowhere. The Republicans seem incapable of making any kind of planning. You're talking about Oklahoma where they won't even have $12.9 billion for disaster mitigation because they didn't want to study.

NewsNinja has a challenge for Dyson: PROVE IT!!!!

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