Saturday, April 26, 2014

Cliven Bundy Gets A Special Black Friend

Guess who got tired of no one paying attention to his crazy, raving ass?
Alan Keyes Absolves Cliven Bundy Of Racism, Says Liberals Are The Real Racists

SUBMITTED BY Brian Tashman on Friday, 4/25/2014 10:30 am

Well that settles that.

Alan Keyes tells WorldNetDaily today Cliven Bundy’s remarks on “the Negro” were not racist at all, arguing that liberals are the real racists for describing Bundy’s rant about his nostalgia for slavery as racist:
“He wasn’t talking so much about black folks, but about the harm and damage that the leftist socialism has done to blacks,” said former U.N. Ambassador Alan Keyes, who also is a columnist for WND.

“I find it appalling that we basically have a history of the leftist liberalism that wants to extinguish black people by abortion [and] destroying the family structure,” Keyes told WND. “All of these things if you just look at the effects, you would say this was planned by some racist madman to destroy the black community.”
You had me at "Alan Keyes tells WorldNetDaily...".

No word on whether or not Mr. Keyes went on to describe the joys of White Heaven (NSFW):


Anonymous said...

“He wasn’t talking so much about black folks, but about the harm and damage that the leftist socialism has done to blacks,”

heh heh heh...Bundy wanted to know if blacks were better off as slaves. So I guess freeing the slaves was leftist socialism? Who knew?

Unsalted Sinner said...

Nobody could have predicted that these guys were racists:

Birchers and preppers and racists, oh my! I love the fact that the place is called Bunkerville. It could be named after Archie Bunker or Hitler's bunker -- take your pick...

Funny, isn't it, that all this was going on right in front of the Fox camera crews, and yet they didn't manage to report on any of it?

Anonymous said...

No I think everybody predicted they were racists as soon as we had the trifecta of white, rural, and Christian thrown in.

Redhand said...

Alan Keyes' self-hating pathology is horrifying. When even world-class scumbag Sean Hannity finds it necessary to condemn Bundy's remarks as racist, Keyes, a black man, doubles down and embraces it.

The mental image that came to mind when I read Keyes' statement was of Garrett Morris donning the flying monkey suit in the infamous SNL parody of "The Wizard of Oz" back in 1980.

I felt when Morris did that, that it was the epitome of an in-your-face black comedian assaulting white racist stereotypes in a cringe-worthy way. It was so outrageous that it was nervous-laughter hysterical.

(I recently read that Morris had an ex post facto breakdown about the skit. Obviously, it was hard-edged comedy that cut too close to home.)

With Keyes, the same mental image comes to mind. Only this time, he's playing the role straight, and there's nothing funny about it at all.