Wednesday, October 20, 2010

NAACP Publishes Report Accusing The Tea Party Of 'Racism' - - And Soils Itself Again

Definitely a case of the pot calling the kettle black to use a well worn cliche.

In an obvious attempt to gin up black turnout in the midterms and pimp Black votes for the Democrats, the non-partisan, strictly neutral folks at the NAACP released a 94 page report today accusing tea party groups of being associated with anti-Semites and racists.

“These groups and individuals are out there, and we ignore them at our own peril,” said NAACP President Benjamin Jealous in a statement announcing the report. “They are speaking at tea party events, recruiting at rallies, and in some cases remain in the tea party leadership itself.”

The report, “Tea Party Nationalism: A Critical Examination of the Tea Party Movement and the Size, Scope, and Focus of Its National Factions,” was commissioned by the group and written by Leonard Zeskind and Devin Burghart of the Institute for Research and Education on Human Rights.

“This is the first data-driven report of this type on the tea parties,” Burghart said. “Understanding their membership structures was the crucial first step that enabled us to understand the complexity of the tea party movement and to be able to specify the role of racists and bigots in the movement.”

Since the Left couldn't really find any real racism in the Tea Party movement,they decided to create some.

And never mind Cedra Crenshaw, Damon Dunn, Tim Scott, Ryan Frazier, Allen West, Star Parker, Bill Marcy, Charlotte Bergmann, Robert Broadus, Ryan Frazier, Charles Lollar, Stephen Broden, Michel Faulker, Bill Randall, Patrick David King, or Chuck Smith..all Black conservative candidates endorsed by the Tea Party and running for Congress.

Well, let's see what they've got, shall we?

The St. Louis-based Council of Conservative Citizens, the largest white nationalist group in the country, has both led and promoted tea party protests. Roan Garcia-Quintana, a member of ResistNet who served as media spokesman for a 2010 Tax Day Tea Party in South Carolina, is on the national board of directors for the Council of Conservative Citizens.

Whoooah! This, coming from people who hosted Louis Farrakhan at their 1997 Unity Summit and loved every minute of it?

Oh, and how about the NAACP having Jeremiah Wright speak at an event?

The Wood County Tea Party in Texas is led by a woman who used to be involved with the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan.

Yeah, and the NAACP shilled for votes for years for a certain recently deceased Democrat Senator who used to be a Klan Kleagle and actually voted for segregation in DC.

The 1776 Tea Party — also known as — is led by Stephen Eichler, executive director of the Minuteman Project, an anti-immigrant border patrol group often referred to as vigilantes.

'Often referred to as vigilantes' whom? Yeah, there's some real evidence of ra-aa-acism!

What about Rev Al Sharpton, Rev Phleger, Jeremiah Wright, Rashshid Khalidi, Edward Said, Khalid al-Mansour, Bill Ayres, Van Jones and a whole host of other racist and anti-Semitic associates of our current Prez?

Is the NAACP honest enough to use the same logic with Obama and call him racist? You know they aren't.

These are people who were racist and dishonest enough themselves to scrub the section of their website that dealt with the organization's history of any mention of the Jew who was a key founder of the organization.

Like I said, the pot and the kettle. Only compared to the real racists at the NAACP, the kettle's pretty clean.

The NAACP's race card is all maxed out. This garbage doesn't work anymore.

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Rosey said...

I'll say it again: America is going to hell in a hand basket. What is this? An act of desperation? I think fair minded people are REALLY TIRED of being call RACIST, especially by a bunch of racists, simply because they don't want the greatest democracy in the history of planet Earth turning into a bastion of socialism! (Deep cleansing breath...)

Bralnator said...

All I want to know is when the NAACP plans to tell the American people that NPR is a racist organization?

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