Herman Cain Endures Lecture on Blackness from MSNBC White Guy

I have here a series of sound bites, they’re from MSNBC, Lawrence O’Donnell interviewing Herman Cain. One, two, three, four, five of them. Our policy here, ladies and gentlemen, is not to include on our sound bites the employee of the network. We just use the guest. It’s primarily about fair usage. For example, Lawrence O’Donnell doesn’t work here, he works at MSNBC. So what happens on his show within time constraints is free for us to use under fair usage rules, but we’ve always drawn the line at actually using the talent unless it’s just a quick sentence or two. And I’m gonna abide by that because it’s a broadcast courtesy as well as anything else.

I was so close to making an exception because O’Donnell berates Herman Cain for not being a good black. He berates him for not actually understanding what it is to be black. And Herman Cain stands his ground here. This is the kind of thing that makes me think we are never going to overcome this divide because of the left. Now, they claim that they are the ones who are colorblind, they are the ones who are open-minded and tolerant, when in fact they are the biggest bigots among all of us. No, O’Donnell is not black. He is the plantation master. The libs run a plantation, and the blacks in the Democrat Party are the people that work for ’em. And in order to serve in the Democrat Party as a black, you gotta toe the line. It’s just a reworking on the old traditional arrangement.

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