Skip to comments.Tea Party Racism??
Posted on 07/02/2014 12:30:22 PM PDT by GrandJediMasterYoda
Debunking The Tea Party Racism Tax Day Tea Party DC.... written and produced by: Nathanial Alexander Stuart facebook.com/bignatt twitter.com/natpolitic Bigblockpro@gmail.com Natsturat@gmail.com
On March 27, 2010 writer Frank Rich was quoted in the New York Times Op-Ed section The Tea Party movement is virtually all white. Is this true? He then closed his article with Are these politicians so frightened of offending anyone in the Tea Party-Glenn Beck base that they would rather fall silent than call out its extremist elements and their enablers? Many media outlets, including MSNBC, the Washington Post, CNN, the San Francisco Chronicle, and the Huffington Post among others are insinuating that there is racism in the Tea Party movement. Take a look for yourself.
Filmed on April 15, 2010 in Freedom Plaza and at the Washington Monument in Washington D.C.
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Hate has a unique tendency to make well educated folks sounds like complete Nimrods... From whence comes that ‘gene’ no one dare say..
I could list a number of examples,, but just read the headlines and follow the media slant, you’ll see ‘em soon enough.
According to one definition, a racist is one who judges people based on the color of their skin rather than the content of their character. Hmmmm... Isn’t that exactly what the democrats do with their blanket charges of racism?
So who are the racists anyway? It's those who want to replace blacks with hispanics, both in the job market and through genocide performed on pre-birth black children.
Hmm, that sounds anti-white to me not to mention, gulp, RACIST!
The Black Caucus is all black no virtually about it. The Hispanic Caucus is all Latino...
The fact is that the Tea Party groups have never discouraged anyone from joining their movement. If the numbers of non-Whites are not that great, that does not reflect anything that the Tea Party participants have done. Rather it reflects the success of the Left in demonizing American principles, patriotism & history. If we allow this insult to go unanswered, we effectively agree to let them continue to undermine our traditions, not by rational argument--the Left has none--but by lying about our history, principles, patriotism, etc..
This sort of attack should spur all informed Americans to join in the revival of the American spirit, of which both Free Republic & the Tea Party movement are a part.
Black people are an uncommon enough sight at Tea Party rallies that we tend to go out of the way to make them feel welcome. Overdoing that might make some of them uncomfortable, but that is not our intent.