Skip to comments.Actor Joseph C. Phillips Takes CNN Anchor to School on 'Racist' Republicans
Posted on 02/07/2014 2:16:13 AM PST by lowbridge
Actor and conservative activist Joseph C. Phillips appeared on CNNs Newsroom with Carol Costello. Phillips was in D.C. to attend a GOP luncheon honoring Black Republicans of the past and present.
Costello did her best to back Phillips into the typical Why are Republicans such racist racists? corner but Phillips addressed her with razor sharp reason. The California-based actor was asked to address the difficulties of being a Black conservative and the rejection Tim Scott the only sitting Black senator- by the NAACP at their MLK Day celebration.
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oh yes... i remember him from The Cosby Show... a few weeks ago we had a client, a soldier from Ft. Bragg, who reminded me of the Martin character from The Cosby Show...
I’m impressed. That man can hold his own against the leftist media folks. I’m also glad to see that there is another outspoken conservative in Hollywood.
Good vid. The “outrage” over the Rosa Parks tweet has always irritated me. It was plainly obvious the tweet was praising Parks for her efforts against racism, not claiming that she had ended racism forever. The media types (including that CNN reporter) were and are willfully “misunderstanding” the tweet for their own agenda.
Goodness, how I loathe the media!
Very good! Smart man and he really rolled someone who was trying desperately to twist everything.
Poor Carol. The looks on her face while Philips is speaking. She looks like she eating lemons as he speaks.
I love Phillip’s not so subtle dig at the NAACP toward the end of the interview. The empty skirt is so flustered that she thanks “Justin Phillips” for appearing on-screen.
Thank you for posting this gotcha interview. I may not have seen how well Phillips handles himself publicly otherwise. Do not and will not pay for Cable TV/satellite opinion channels.
Dig the bow tie. I wear those all the time.
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