Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Liar Andre Carson and Congressional Black Caucus: Tea Party Wants Blacks "Hanging On A Tree"

With most Americans rejecting their far-Left, liberal agenda, and President Richard Milhous Obama's approval ratings at new lows, what must Democrats, especially the Congressional Black Caucus do to make up for their President and party's failure?

Play the race card....from the bottom of the deck.

Here's video of Congressional Black Caucus members playing the race card in the most vile manner against the Tea Party, starting with that proven liar named Andre Carson, who went so low as to claim the Tea Party wants to have blacks "hanging on a tree" (Breitbart TV).

Leave it to Andre Carson to gin up such a lie. If you recall, it was Carson who claimed on March 20, 2010, he and members of the Congressional Black Caucus were called the "n-word" 15 times by Tea Party members protesting the Obamacare bill.

The only problem was, the alleged slurs never happened. Thanks to technology, several people there had cell phones with video cameras or flip cameras that recorded the CBC. I took one 48 second video (originally posted twice that night, once before I'd even heard the allegation) as well as a nine-second video earlier, which is the third of five videos in this compilation below done by Breitbart TV.

It's one thing to make up a slanderous lie that someone called you a racist, it's even more despicable to claim, based on no proof, that political opponents want to lynch people based on the color of their skin. Wasn't it just earlier this year that Obama lectured the nation about the level of our discourse?  I guess Andre Carson and the CBC didn't get the "new tone" memo.

These people are intentionally trying to foment racial fear and hatred against conservatives, especially going into the 2012 Presidential campaign. With the violent union mobs, and the black on white attacks we've seen lately, I have an uneasy feeling about the months ahead. All I will say, is if major violence breaks out against conservatives in the coming year, I will point my finger and these people and cast blame their way, for stoking the flames.


Anonymous said...

Andre Carson stokes the flames with 50-year old, pre-civil rights movement imagery, in an effort to counter sagging Democrat approval ratings; Janeane Garofalo suggests that you should think a certain way based on the color of your skin. And the Tea Party is racist? ... http://placeitonluckydan.com/2011/08/janeane-garofalos-true-ideological-grit/

Deekaman said...

The really bad part is that we are being outflanked by these guys and their media friends. We have failed to get our message out in a manner that resonates with the public. I've even had friends who know me fairly well refer to us as TEA Party nutjobs. While I believe "compromise" is always in the direction of bigger government, more spending and greater debt, and I like the GOP as "The Party of 'No'", the message needs to make clear why. We are going to get killed in 2012 if there is not a clear coherent Conservative message. Rather, the message will be coming from the other side.