I understand how the words “democrat” “brainless” and “racist” in a sentence are pretty repetitive.
I understand how democrats, when they look in the mirror, don’t think they are idiots or bigoted or despicable. No, that is always the real estate that the republicans own, right?
(That’s a midwestern term that essentially means “f-no.”)
Any cretan who still watches MSNBC really has some explaining to do. Not to mention being in need of serious psychiatric medication and counseling.
The latest abominable and hateful and loathsome and repugnant segment on MSNBC comes in the form of targeting the new BLACK republican lieutenant governor of Virginia, Winsome Sears.
You see, democrats are threatened by successful black people who don’t need their help to figure out how to escape their systemically racist democrat system that keeps blacks in a cycle of poverty and despair.
The democrats can’t let the “wrong” type of black person succeed in America because that would mean that they wouldn’t need democrat handouts anymore and they would quit voting democrat.
So upon hearing about the victory of Sears, who has accomplished her success all by herself without any government help, MSNBC had to do something.
MSNBC’s race-baiter Joy Reid had race hustler Michael Eric Dyson on her show last week and they discussed how Sears is the new face of racism and oppression.
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To them, Sears is not really black. She’s just a stand-in for racist whitey. She’s woman who is not smart enough to know that the republicans are using her to oppress her black brothers and sisters.
Dyson said, “The problem is here they (republicans) want white supremacy by ventriloquist effect. There is a black mouth moving but a white idea running on the runway of the tongue of a figure who justifies and legitimates the white supremacist practices.”
He continued, “So to have a black face speaking in behalf of a white supremacist legacy is nothing new.”
What’s NOT new is the democrats keeping blacks on the plantation – whether is was an actual plantation a sesquicentennial ago or their voting plantation today.