Who’s Worse? James Clyburn Or The People Who Send Him Racist Emails?

Who’s Worse? James Clyburn Or The People Who Send Him Racist Emails?

Regrettably, but unsurprisingly, Democratic Congressman James Clyburn gets racist emails.

Clyburn noted that he himself got hate mail, racist phone calls and offensive faxes on a regular basis. Asked how that relates to the president, Clyburn retorted: “We have the same skin color; that’s how it relates to him.”

Clyburn described a recent racist image of Obama that received widespread news coverage.

“When he sees his face being put on a chimpanzee’s body; do you think he didn’t see that?” Clyburn said. “And I suspect they send the same faxes to his office they send to mine.”

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The people sending Clyburn racist missives are moronic cretins. Of course, so is James Clyburn.

“You know, I’m 70 years old,” he said. “And I can tell you; people don’t like to deal with it, but the fact of the matter is, the president’s problems are in large measure because of the color of his skin.”

James Clyburn is 70; so that makes it okay for him to slander millions of Americans as racists?


Let’s be honest here: James Clyburn is actually worse than the backwards ignoramuses who make racist phone calls to his office because they’re backwards ignoramuses, while he’s a Congressman and he’s supposed to know better.

“Oh, but John, it’s REALLY OFFENSIVE to use racist language!” Know what else is REALLY OFFENSIVE? Falsely accusing people of racism for political reasons.

As far I’m concerned, James Clyburn can kiss my ass — and, James, I don’t say that because you’re black; I say that because you’re a cynical, race-baiting lowlife.

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