Skip to comments.Hannity discusses Derrick Bell with Thomas Sowell
Posted on 03/10/2012 4:21:30 PM PST by Politics4US
In this discussion, Hannity seems to move away from Sowell's argument that Obama being associated with these people has to do with race. Hannity claims it's ideological for Obama. It happens at 6:20 in the clip.
Obama is an empty suit. He may be more closely ideologically left, but having attended a black nationalist church is definitely going to cause him to identify with critical race theory and other black nationalist causes.
Sowell makes the case himself. Bell tried to blacklist a black professor who wasn’t “right in the head” ie not a black liberation type communist.
I disagree with Hannity about Bill Ayers being worse than Rev. Wright. I don’t think you can say who’s worse to be associated with.
Clarence Thomas was "promoted to the Supreme Court because any black that is willing to say in public that welfare is the fault of lazy blacks, including his own sister, any black that is willing to say that affirmative action is all bad... any black that is willing to say what many whites think. That person is a comfort to the society and will be promoted." (Derrick Bell)
Hadn’t seen this...thanks for posting
“It happens at 6:20 in the clip”
I can’t watch or listen to Hannity for that long. His voice and that pen in his hand are truly grating, IMO.
Another thing that the Brietbart editor pointed out with Solodad was how BO’s associations and background affects the way he governs and who he appoints to cabinet positions. For example, Eric Holder falls lockstep with all that extreme radical black stuff and it shows by the way he runs the Justice Dept. That needs to be pointed out—not that they are just radicals, but how it affects how our country is run and what kind of Supreme Court justices he will pick etc. Hannity gets stuck on the same points.
He did jobs for the Clintons. He's doing jobs for Obama. He'd done jobs for anyone.
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