Do you think the Obama Lapdog Media is interested? Hardly, judging from Google News.
It's a much different story when it comes to Tea Party and "N-word."
One week later, no evidence has been produced proving the allegations made by members of the Congressional Black Caucus that members of the Tea Party movement yelled the racial slur "nigger" at them as they walked through the crowd. Even as members of the CBC, including Jesse Jackson Jr., held their Blackberrys high to record the crowd. You can bet your life if any Obamacare opponent uttered that slur, the content of Jackson's Blackberry would be looped on every news service.
Instead, all the video evidence, including a 48 second video taken by this blogger (and originally posted before I even got word of the allegations), proves unequivocally that no racial slur was used against the CBC. Another video appeared last week shows that the "spitting incident" against Congressman Cleaver was, at the very least, an accident.
Despite the proof, there has been no public apology from members of the Congressional Black Caucus, and members of the lapdog media, including The McClatchy News Service, The Huffington Post, CNN and MSNBC (Keith Olbermann, Chris Matthews, David Shuster).
The Washington ComPost's Dana Milbank, who wrote an untrue story in 2008 about an alleged "kill him" yelled during a McCain/Palin rally, picked up the lie. On Friday, Eli Saslow, a ComPost reporter, wrote the following lede in a front-page profile on one Tea Party member in Iowa:
"He had no plans to throw bricks, issue death threats, spit in faces or scream racial slurs....."Last Friday, I e-mailed reporter Saslow, the Congressional Black Caucus, as well as the press contact for Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan (who used the gay slur "teabaggers" against the protesters). Rep. Clyburn's aide kept me on hold for two minutes and then asked to take a message. Not surprisingly, I have not received a response, any interest in the story.
Instead, one week later, liberals in the media and liberal DNC activists are proving true not just the old adage of those who've lost the argument ("they play the race card"), but also the famous quote of Nazi Minister of Propaganda Joseph Goebbels, who said:
“If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it.”
Who are those still spreading this slanderous lie?
*Alan Colmes, the "Trig Truther," even claims that the video of the phony spitting allegation proves it was intentional, even though the police officer next to Cleaver looked at the alleged spitter and did not make an arrest.
*Media Matters for Democrats, the George Soro$ propaganda outlet run by opportunist David Crock (more here).
*Frank Rich of the New York Slimes
*The notorious liberal smear merchants at MoveOn.org have even launched a petition asking the GOP to "condemn bigotry and hate among your supporters, and make clear that those who embrace it have no place in your party and that you reject their support."
*Al Sharpton, the notorious race hustler, was on O'Reilly tonight, claiming he's seen the video. Yet the Phony Reverend Al probably still believes the Tawana Brawley story is still real.
Slander and lies of the worst kind, alleging people of racism...is this all the liberals have to run on? Keep in mind, this is not an attack on a certain politician or public figure.
The Democrat Party, their activist allies (MorOn and Media Matters), and their lapdog media are attacking YOU, the American people--many of whom have never been political in your lives--for daring to oppose their far-Left agenda, and they will stoop to the lowest forms of slander to shut you and I up, and to intimidate others from speaking up.
As a review, for those whom I've listed, here is video proof that there was no chorus of the "n-word" towards members of the Congressional Black Caucus. We'll start with the video I filmed as the CBC was walking back toward the Cannon Building.
Other videos showing no slur:
There's the proof, six videos and NO instance of racism. Gateway Pundit and Kevin Jackson published this plea earlier today and I join them in saying that it is time for a public apology, as well as a retraction of this slanderous allegation from the CBC, DNC and their lapdog media to the Americans who make up Tea Party Movement.
To quote Ted Knight...