The Liberal Lie - Exposed!
Gentle readers, I don't need to remind you that American blacks (at least the one's dumb enough to buy into the lies) have been treated by white, wealthy liberals as nothing more than cannon fodder for generations - they are the excuse to spend billions of tax dollars on social programs, but never the proper end-recipients of these same deals (that's how the white liberals stay wealthy!)
Now, in this day and age of so-called transparency, when electing a black man to the office of President (and a LIBERAL at that) should have signalled the death knell for racism, comes another racist mouthful from that most liberal of TV shows: The View!
GLAAD is determined to get an apology from The View, saying one of its cohosts perpetuated a “dangerous myth” about HIV in the black community last month. On the June 22 show, guest host DL Hughley blamed “the prevalence of HIV in the African American community” on “young women who are getting it from men who are on the down low”—ie, men who are secretly gay.
Cohost Sherri Shepherd chimed in to explain, “It's so big in the black community with women because they're having sex with men who have been having sex with men.” GLAAD was quick to ask for an on-air correction, since the CDC already disproved that theory. When no apology came, the activist group took out a full-page ad in Variety slamming ABC and The View, E! reports.
And, of course, there's nothing like a wealthy, black guy showing some independence to stoke the cries of "racism" from the puppets who profit the most from the racial divide:
Jesse Jackson not so happy with that crazy letter
Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert's open message to LeBron James certainly wasn't a love letter, but was it hate mail? Jesse Jackson seems to think so. Gilbert "speaks as an owner of LeBron and not the owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers," Jackson said in a press release issued yesterday. "His feelings of betrayal personify a slave master mentality. He sees LeBron as a runaway slave. This is an owner-employee relationship—between business partners—and LeBron honored his contract."
Jackson went on to call the comments “mean, arrogant, and presumptuous,” and an attack on all NBA players, and urged the league to take action, reports the AP.