with the aim of proving that it's racist to protest Dear Leader.
But there's a few... problems.
Passing off their own "infiltration" signs as evidence of Tea Party Racism
And selectively editing a man's words to make him look like he hates black people when his son is just as black as the President.
Well at least they're not using interviews from 2006 (well before the
Tea Party came into existence) to "prove" the Tea Party is racist.
You know... if you've got a national movement and you can't scrounge up enough legitimatly racist footage to fill a propaganda piece...
And when called on it they clumsilly try to hide their "evidence" and
quietly edit their video.
But the correction doesn't matter, what matters is supporting the narrative.
Like the NAACP which is now trying to walk back their statements
against those critical of the government. But what do you expect from
a group that refuses to make the text of their resolution public.
As for racist consider this
"Six percent of those polled by Gallup are African-American and
support the Tea Party."
Given about 13% of the US is African-American... and heavily
democratic in political leaning that seems to be more than you'd
expect in a Right-leaning protest group.
But again, the facts don't matter. The whole motive behind this push
is to get the public to think that being against the President's
Policies is taboo.
And there's this: "Rasmussen Reports tells us “63% of Mainstream
Americans say their views are closer to the Tea Party”. Are we to
conclude that two-thirds of Mainstream Americans are racist?"
Yes. You're racist if the "elites" in our ruling class decide you are.
So shut up if you don't want to be called racist
And don't you dare connect the dots and make a timeline of when this
big Racism push kicked into high gear.
A clear pattern of behavior has emerged over the last 16 months. According to liberals, if you disagree with their thinking, and if you disagree with the Obama administration, you are not only wrong, you are a “racist.”
Again, the themes are "shut up peon" and "know your place".
President Bill Clinton was smeared as a racist by the Obama campaign when Hillary Clinton was running for president. It seems that anyone who disagrees with the far left, socialist policies of Barack Obama and the current administration is subject to the heavy hand of the race card.
Ed Driscoll notes that it goes a lot further back than that
And ends with: "Considering that Joe “articulate, bright and clean” Biden is now Obama’s vice president, Hillary his secretary of state, and Bill Clinton being called in to consult on the administration’s flailing permanent campaign, I’d say they’ve pretty much burned themselves out at this point."
But that won't stop them from trying.
And oh wow.... Ed Driscoll has a roundup of a giant mass of stupid.
Representative Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) told the NAACP this week:
All those who wore sheets a long time ago have now lifted them off and started wearing [applause], uh, clothing, uh, with a name, say, I am part of the tea party.
Sure the KKK is a democratic movement, but it gets worse. Click the link to see what she thinks about who won Vietnam.
But you can trust her opinion on the Tea Party.