The Denigration of Herman Cain by MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell
October 7, 2011 Leave a comment
In this MSNBC interview (<< linked here) by their paid attack dog Laurence O’Donnell, one can clearly see the progressive left’s blatant condescension toward a black man with a different point of view than that of the myopic and biased MSNBC.
Is this interview part of the “LEAN FORWARD campaign of MSNBC? If so, LEAN FORWARD is defined by haughtiness, hypocrisy, intra-racial profiling, as promoting segregation, racism and a complete unwillingness to consider another point of view. MSNBC’s LEAN FORWARD campaign is just a relabeling of the Plantation Politics established by the Democratic Party to suppress Black Americans, keeping them dependent on government. In short, the campaign promotes the economic slavery of millions of Black Americans.
MSNBC’s constant personal attacks on Herman Cain, Sarah Palin and others reveal that these people on the Left have nothing to offer anyone except hatred and an insidious reneging on the promise of the civil rights movement.
Is Herman Cain not black enough for you Laurence? Is his character not sufficiently pasty liberal white?
America doesn’t deserve a man like Herman Cain or a man like Laurence O’Donnell and for two totally opposite reasons: Cain is a man who has lived the American Dream. Herman wants to make that dream possible for everyone. He is to be honored for this. Laurence O’Donnell, on the other hand, is a man who has lived the American Dream and still wants to berate the man who has succeeded against enormous odds and in spite of the color of his skin. Herman has not relied on the liberalism’s pretentious altruism and largesse for his achievements. O’Donnell deserves dishonor.
Where is the defense of Herman Cain by Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton and Maxine Waters? Oh, that’s right. These three Democrats seek to benefit from the race card being played and Herman Cain, a Republican, does not.