Black Republican’s Campaign Sign Defaced With ‘KKK,’ Media Yawns
William “Bill” Randall is running for Congress out of the North Carolina 13th. Randall, an African American, experienced what must be called a hate crime in the left’s vernacular. His campaign sign had racist graffiti spray painted on it including the letters “KKK.”
Now, usually this is the sort of story that the Old Media goes wild over. It is prof that racism is alive in America, as far as they are concerned. It is proof that Tea Partiers, and conservative whites are eeeevil. This is usually the kind of story that would go national. Yet the media has delivered a collective yawn to the defacement of Randall’s sign.
Why? Because Bill Randall is not the liberal candidate in his election. He is the conservative Republican!
The Old Media doesn’t care if so-called hate crimes are perpetrated against Republicans. They only care if they are committed against folks on their own, far left, Democrat side of the aisle.
The Randall campaign even made a little parody video about the incident.
Randall is running as the GOP nominee for the 13th District and will face incumbent Democrat Brad Miller in November. Here is his website: www.randallforcongress.com. Make a donation to his campaign, won’t you?
If you’d like some idea of Mr. Randall’s stance on some of the issues, here is a questionnaire he responded to in April.
Also, here is an entry about Randall on Katy’s Conservative Corner that features a Randall ad.
Warner Todd Huston
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