Skip to comments.Memphis Talk Radio Host Humiliates Black GOP Candidate (video)
Posted on 02/01/2012 6:06:42 PM PST by chessplayer
A shocking YouTube video (uploaded by someone not friendly to the Tea Party) shows Memphis talk radio host Thaddeus Matthews insulting and humiliating Republican congressional candidate Charlotte Bergmann on air.
What an idiot. He doesn’t understand what the Tea “party” is. He’s “axsen” the wrong questions.
This one’s going to be remembered.
you mean the “wronk” “qreshions”...
If this does not give a pause of thought to what is up around the bend then your not paying attention.
Big time assaults agitated by the likes of this slob, and others are closer than you think,
This slob will provoke killings
This woman did herself no favors. Why couldn’t she just answer his questions?
Memphis, the city of my birth and childhood, was once a fine city...cleanest and quietest, nationally acclaimed fire and utility departments.
All is now “Gone With the Wind”, as blacks, which made up 40%, have now gone to 60% and have taken over all elements of the government.
They have turned the city into a broken cesspool.
Utilities have been broken up and sold to companies outside the state.
The city is now murder capital of the nation.
Just another reason why I left the area and the USSA.
Left the USSA? Where did you move to?
You left the USSA? Where did you move to?
I live just south of memphis in southaven. You are correct.
I’m in Olive Branch...and a 5 year transplant out of our Nation’s Capital...I see a lot I love here and a lot of future.
My wife teaches in olive branch, desoto is a good county
“You left the USSA? Where did you move to?”
I was going in and out from 1999, first part time in central Europe, full time in Slovakia 2005-2009.
I am now in the Philippines, happy as a clam, spending only $700 per month. That is for everything.
Excellent description of Memphis. I lived in Germantown for several years, but after the city annexed every other area in Shelby County I moved to a much more comfortably, safe area.
“Excellent description of Memphis.”
Having been born there, 1944, and my father being a Main Street merchant during my youth, I have a pretty good comprehension of Memphis, past and present.
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