Michelle Malkin, America’s Hypocrite, appeared on “Hannity” last night to discuss the Occupy Movement but quickly attacked Juan Williams for his statement that there is racism in the Tea Party. Malkin, who apparently had no problem supporting racism, was furious and asked, “What racism?,” then immediately cried, “Do not slander,” “Who? Name me one Tea Party person who said that,” and “Name it or retract it Juan.”
In my opinion, it’s a bold-faced lie on Malkin’s part — or anyone’s — to say there is no evidence of racism in the Tea Party.
Here’s your proof, Michelle, just from our pages alone:
A Kansas Tea Party group called President Obama a “skunk,” saying that like Obama, a skunk is “half black, half white, and almost everything it does stinks.”
Marilyn Davenport, a top California Tea Party and GOP leader refuses to quit after sending a racist email with a photo depicting Obama as a monkey in a family portrait.
Orange County Republican Mayor Dean Grose’s watermelon fields at the Obama White House.
Of course, there’s Google.
Malkin, the anti-gay, hyperbolic, hyphenating-hysteric, also mis-characterized the President’s and Nancy Pelosi’s comments on the Occupy Movement:
Let me correct Nancy Pelosi, that there is nothing spontaneous about this organized chaos. These occupiers, and the Democrats behind them, can no more disown the violent agitators than they can disown the stench that comes from these filthy encampments. From day one, from its inception, the movement has intended to create chaos. They have openly advocated smashing the state, wreaking havoc on our economy and undermining the rule of law.
Seriously, this is America. Racism, sadly, pervades, so why deny it. That would be like denying climate change or evolution…
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