Monday, November 23, 2009

Does it Get Any Whiter Than This? MSNBC's Racial Hypocrisy

Michelle Malkin's got the best post up this morning, "The Indelible Whiteness of MSNBC" (via Memeorandum):
MSNBC host Chris Matthews, MSNBC reporter Norah O’Donnell, and MSNBC guest Joan Walsh shamelessly played the race card against Sarah Palin and her book-buying audience last week.

In Michigan, O’Donnell smugly noted that Palin’s fans were “largely white — almost no minorities in this crowd.” Matthews parroted the line, assailing the “white crowd.” Walsh likened the gathering to a “paranoid tea party.” Matthews hammered away at the “monochromatic” scene.

Ahem. Check out the masthead of MSNBC TV, “The Place for Politics.” Wear sunglasses and SPF 30 lotion. You’ll need protection from the blinding white glare:

Check the whole post. I love it!

And
Glenn Reynolds quips, "MINORITY WOMAN criticizes MSNBC’s “indelible whiteness.” Hey, it’s the Stuff White People Like network ....

That's me and Michelle last week. You can take your sunglasses off now.

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UPDATE: A little hatred in the comments, from "Anonyomous" (of course), "howthe FUCK is that different from fox news are you fucking insane or just blind get a fucking clue."

ANSWER: A lot different, asshole. Fox News has not "shamelessly played the race card against Sarah Palin..."

Of course, Michelle Malkin's a Fox News contributor, so she alone adds more diversity, ideological especially. But f**kers like you don't give a s*** about that, you know?

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

howthe FUCK is that different from fox news are you fucking insane or just blind get a fucking clue

EDGE said...

Typical from the left. Do as I say...not as I do. Great that you got to meet Michelle!

dave in boca said...

Good to see you and Michelle counterbalancing the all-white uptight unwatched MSNBC thimblewits.

Rusty Walker said...

Excellent photo Donald.

This is an insightful post on leftist hypocrisy !! Very enlightening, no pun intended. My recent attempts at scholarship is in reading the Pulitzer's for African-American Studies, such as the three volumes of W.E.B. Bois, by Lewis, Taylor Branch's three volumes on civil Rights, reading the Pulitzer Prize "The Problem of Slavery in the Western Culture, Davis, and am now on the 2009 award winning The Hemingses of Monticello, Gordon-Reed, and others, so this is very timely to me. Thank you for this post.

Grizzly Mama said...

"all-white uptight unwatched MSNBC"

Love that, Dave.

Pretty funny that they got called on pulling the race card - it really makes them look like a bunch of idiots.

Anonymous is getting flustered. Why???!

Steve Burri said...

Donald,

Stop rubbing that picture of you and Michelle in already!! Lucky b**tard!

Dennis said...

Juan Williams, among others would be surprised to hear that FOX is all white in its coverage. I have to admit that I give little thought to ilk like this particular anonymous. Like a small number of your detractors he/she seems to lack the skill to defend their decisions. Name calling and the resort to curse words denote weak argumentation and an inability to think.
I do enjoy them though because they so ably represent everything about the Left.

Anonymous said...

YOU PEOPLE SOUND FUCKING STUPID THERES NO MAIN ANCHOR REMOTELY MORE ETHNIC ON FUCKING FOX NEWS HOW DO YOU EVEN BELIEVE WHAT YOURE SAYING THEY BOTH HAVE BLACK CONTRIBUTORS BUT THEY ARENT HOSTS OF ANYTHING AATTTT AALLLLL GET OVER YOURSELVES

Dennis said...

Ah the vocabulary of those on the Left. No wonder it posts as anonymous.

Donald Douglas said...

Anonymous, obviously you're the stupid one here, since the hypocrisy isn't about black anchors, it's about allegations of racism, which only MSNBC is making. But you're too lame to figure that out, asshole.

Rusty Walker said...

Is it possible to remove “Anonymous’ ” comments? They are past the threshold of reasonable civility.

Rusty Walker said...

Incidentally, re-reading my first post: too preoccupied with my reading lately; Sorry about that, so, more to the point, you can’t play the race card on Palin when your staff is all white, and have any credibility. As for, Fox News, it isn’t alone in not representing the United Nations. Sure they have a penchant for pretty young blonds. Well, so do I. They may not be the most diverse (CNN might have that distinction), but their regular guests are all over the spectrum. One of my favorites is the informative debate that occurs between the liberal, fast mind and talker, Dr. Marc Lamont Hill and O’Reilly. That could be a model for blog debates that combine intelligence, diversity and civility.

Donald Douglas said...

I usually delete anonymous comments, but once in a while they're good to show for how nihilistic are the lefties.

Stogie said...

That's a great pic of you and Michelle. You look positively distinguished, Donald!