It appears that MSNBC is becoming a 24-hour race-baiting network.
On MSNBC’s Now Friday, king race-baiter Michael Eric Dyson said, “Phil Robertson and the Duck Dynasty is part of a majority white supremacist culture that either consciously or unconsciously incubates hatred toward those who are different” (video follows with transcript and commentary):
MICHAEL ERIC DYSON: The mythology is that all interested parties should come to the table, but let's not pretend that African-American people have had control of the law, where that they have indicated that Jim Crow was against poor white people. There's not an equality of means of representing your interests or means of asserting oppression. So when we have this mythology of all come to the table, let's at least be honest about who has been provided opportunity to get their viewpoint broadcast more broadly. And Phil Robertson and the Duck Dynasty is part of a majority white supremacist culture that either consciously or unconsciously incubates hatred toward those who are different.
It's astonishing, isn't it?
The race-baiters currently control much of the media, yet this Georgetown professor claims he and those that share his racist opinions haven't been "provided opportunity to get their viewpoint broadcast more broadly."
This came during a discussion filled with other race-baiters aired on a national cable network.
You got to wonder how long it takes Dyson to extract his feet from his mouth before going to bed every evening, and how his spine can take the constant contortion.
As for incubating hatred, it's race-baiters such as Dyson that are responsible for that, and as long as MSNBC continues to allow him and others to routinely spread this racially-charged invective, our nation will further divide along racial lines.
Of course, it's quite possible this is exactly what such folk want to motivate blacks and minorities to vote in next year's midterm elections.
As we've seen in recent cycles, liberal media members will do anything to help their Party even if it means the nation suffers.
For those unfamiliar with this MSNBC contributor who often acts as a substitute host, here are some of his recent remarks:
(HT Right Scoop)