Skip to comments.CNN Tries to Dismiss Breitbart Story, Soledad O'Brien Tells Critics to 'Stop Tweeting' Her
Posted on 03/12/2012 3:29:33 PM PDT by ColdOne
O'Brien told off her critics at the end of the segment. "See? That was our critical race theory 101. Stop tweeting me. We have moved on, people," Soledad insisted condescendingly.
A transcript of the segment, which aired on March 12 on Starting Point at 8:32 a.m. EST, is as follows:
SOLEDAD O'BRIEN: Alright, so it started there and it kind of went downhill from there. Let's bring in Dorothy Brown. She's a professor of law at Emory University and she teaches critical race theory. She literally wrote the book by that same name. Derrick Bell wrote the preface to the second edition of that book. It's nice to see you. I'm going to have you just walk us through the whole conversation. So first of all, give us a 101, in terms that we can understand. What exactly is critical race theory?
DOROTHY BROWN, Professor of Law, Emory University: Critical race theory seeks to explain judicial decisions by asking the question what does race have to do with it? It's that simple, that straightforward. There's no hidden conspiracy theory behind it. It looks at race in America. And we know through our history that race has had a lot to do with judicial decisions and statutes.
O'BRIEN: Okay, so then when we had that conversation, which you were just listening to and it went on and on and on for like, at least 10 minutes one of the things you heard Mr. Pollak say, he said it's critical race theory is all about white supremacy. That's the chunk that we just played. So you're a professor, you teach this theory. You've written a book about it. Is it all about white supremacy?
(Excerpt) Read more at newsbusters.org ...
She (and nearly all the mass media) suffers from OAKS.
Obama Ass Kissing Syndrome.
Soledad would mess her undies if she heard my Critical race Theory.
It isn’t about white Supremecy, It’s about being taught hate from the day they were born by their parents, about everything wrong in their life being the fault of “the man”, it’s about being told the story if life by race baiters like Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton and Farrakhan.It’s about having 70% illigitimate children, and committing a high percentage of crime. It’s about black genocide through abortion .
White supremacy isn’t what is holding blacks back. it’s a-wipes like Derrick bell who tell them it is.
I just tweeted her and asked her to do a “White In America” segment.
If I were to Tweet something controversial - I'd be gettin' a whole bunch of shit like Soledad - who needs it?
I do have a Facebook account - but only so I can see my friends' stuff - my account [otherwise] is empty ...
The people who need to contact me either call or we socialize face-to-face ...
I use Facebook to educate (or attempt to) family members (including young nieces, newphew) who get most of their news from the MSM.....I want them to see something DIFFERENT...
“Its about being taught hate from the day they were born by their parents, about everything wrong in their life being the fault of the man, its about being told the story if life by race baiters like Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton and Farrakhan.Its about having 70% illigitimate children, and committing a high percentage of crime. Its about black genocide through abortion .”
You’re right; I’d like to see the Affirmative Action token Soledad speak to an African guy I work with; he ripped an American black lady a new one when she said she wanted to move to Africa after Bush won in 2000. This guy, who is black, fled from Liberia with most of his family when the president was killed at the start of the civil war there in the 1990s, and he told her she had no idea what living in Africa was like for the black people (he had some relatives, including children, killed).
The following is a taunting, mocking tweet to Mizz Solidad:
How’s that Tweety Pie?
The part of this that annoys me is “we have moved on, people.” Who is WE?? Maybe you want to, but you created this mess, and the rest of us haven’t moved on. And that little snotty “people” at the end makes it even less likely anyone in contact with her is ready to “move on.”
Someone on another thread called them knee pad journalists.