This week, GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain subjected himself to the repeated snide, dismissive, and possibly racist words of MSNBC personality Lawrence O’Donnell. The now resulting fallout from this interview is proving of great benefit to Mr. Cain, while being viewed as further evidence of MSNBC’s inherent race-based dislike of any Black American who does not conform to the far-left ideology of the Progressive Democrats – in essence, that Black voters are to move to the back of the proverbial political bus, sit down and shut up.
Perhaps the most shocking display of what appears as overt racism on the part of Lawrence O’Donnell comes at the 7:20 mark of the interview, when the MSNBC host begins to deride Cain’s description of himself as “staying out of trouble” during the Civil Rights protests underway when Herman Cain was a high school student in the South. Mr. Cain, unlike Mr. O’Donnell, was a coming of age black man from a poor family very much living in and involved with, the events surrounding the Civil Rights movement – Lawrence O’Donnell enjoyed an upper class East Coast white family upbringing that afforded him the best private schools and Ivy League universities.
O’Donnell’s repeated besmirching of Herman Cain’s experiences, including those directly related to Mr. Cain’s relationship with his own father, is both startling and sickening to behold – a grievous violation against not only Herman Cain’s personal experience as a young Black man growing up in America during the Civil Rights movement, but a violation against all Black Americans who share similar experiences.
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