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NBC Chastised by Congressional Black Caucus Members for Lack of Diversity. Hold On A Sec. Laughing Too Hard To Type.

February 26, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

CBC_Olbermann_Chastised This is PRICELESS.

After listening to Keith Olbermann whine from his all white station that the Tea Parties don’t have diversity…

I wonder if he will show the Congressional Black Causus as the “Worst People” for racism because they disagree with him.

MSNBC hosts Chris Matthews, Rachel Maddow and the egregiously stentorian and officious Keith Olbermann have made their warped interpretation of the conservative and TEA Party movements as racist a staple of their oft-ridiculed and rarely watched television programs.

These three (and other hosts at MSNBC) have engaged in this slander with regularity and fervor. 

Reporting on an August 18, 2009 Arizona TEA Party, white host Contessa Brewer fretted "there are questions about whether this has racial overtones….(with) white people showing up with guns" (Arizona is an open-carry state). The only problem was, one of the men they showed packing was black, and they edited out of the video any show of his melanin so as to carry further their fraudulent narrative.

The Dallas (Texas) TEA Party created a video mocking Olbermann (and Company) for these serial assaults, showing people of color attending TEA Parties and contrasting it with the prevailing whiteness of MSNBC’s line-up. To which Olbermann responded with a list of black participants in the alleged news making of his network (and that of parent NBC).

Well Olbermann’s explanation, and all of the race-baiting "reporting" done by his vile network, apparently wasn’t nearly good enough for Congresswomen Sheila Jackson-Lee (D-Texas) and Maxine Waters (D-California), two members of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC).

NBC Chastised by Congressional Black Caucus Members for Lack of Diversity | NewsBusters.org

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