Skip to comments.MSNBC: Jim Crow TV
Posted on 02/06/2014 4:36:56 PM PST by 2ndDivisionVet
What were you expecting?
We refer here to that dustup last week over an official MSNBC pre-Super Bowl tweet about a Cheerios commercial that featured a bi-racial family.
The tweet read:
Maybe the rightwing will hate it, but everyone else will go awww: the adorable new #Cheerios ad w/ biracial family,
RNC Chairman Reince Priebus picked up the phone and protested directly to MSNBC president Phil Griffin. Griffin apologized, the tweet was deleted and the employee fired.
Nothing to see here, folks, move on.
Not so fast.
Again, what were you expecting? What else could possibly make some MSNBC employee post such an incredibly racist slur? How about the reality voluminously documented over two centuries that the American Left is and always has been a racist sewer? Why else would an employee of this network that notoriously advertises its addiction to Jim Crow judging by skin color think he could write such garbage and get kudos from the boss?
Meet MSNBC. Better described as Jim Crow TV.
The network that can be counted on to play the race card
over and over and over and over again. The 21st century media representative of the political party that has on the record, mind you spent the last 200-plus years supporting slavery, segregation, lynching, the Ku Klux Klan, racial quotas, black liberation, and that modern day successor to Jim Crow known as multiculturalism or diversity all of them based on judging others by skin color....
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Was the employee really fired, or did he just transfer directly to the Obammy White Hut?
I don’t buy that Prince Rebus got them to retract it.
I think Michelle Malkin and others were more responsible.
No one outside of NBC knows.
I refer to him as Rancid Prius, myself.
You would be correct.
MSNBC retracted it within a couple of hours and Preibus showed up the next day.
I refer to him as Rancid Pubis, myself.
There, fixed it fer ya!
Firing that tweeting demagogue puts MSNBC a step ahead of ABC and others. Thanks 2ndDivisionVet.
This talk about the (non-existent) racist reactions to the ad is a distraction from the real issue--should the dad have promised his little girl a puppy without O.K.'ing it with his wife first?