VIDEO: An Open Letter to Toure of MSNBC
MSNBC’s Toure suggested that Mitt Romney was engaging in the “niggerization” of Obama. This ignorant, assinine , cretinous, stupidity from this race-baiting piece of crap drew a very thoughtful reply from conservative African American named Kira Davis from California.
Davis said that Toure’s comment made her “sick to my stomach” and she goes on to lambaste Toure’s race baiting and his “watering down” a term of hate.
“Toure says Romney’s tactics are the ‘niggerization’ of Obama. I take HUGE issue with that term and accusation, as someone with intimate knowledge of racism,” says Miss Davis.
This is the hatemongering that liberals like Toure and his liberal comrades engage in just to get votes for Democrats.
This is an eloquent and important video. Please watch it.
Warner Todd Huston
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