But if he really wants to see a racist, maybe he should walk over to the mirror, because as the video below shows, Reid lets the bigotry drip casually from his lips (Rachel Pulaski at Gateway Pundit).
On Thursday, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid spoke at a Las Vegas Asian Chamber of Commerce meeting. Reid decided this was a great place to try out his new Asian jokes. In the video, Reid tells the Asian audience,
“I don’t think you’re smarter than anybody else, but you’ve convinced a lot of us you are,” and before walking off the stage Reid announced, “One problem that I’ve had today is keeping my Wongs straight.”
This is not the first time Reid has made racist comments. In 2010 he apologized for his racial comments about President Obama and in 2009 Reid was forced to defend his support for African-American politicians in a testy exchange with David Gregory on “Meet the Press” after it was disclosed that he had opposed three other black potential replaces for President-elect Barack Obama.Not only that, Reid has attacked black Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, as recent as July after the Hobby Lobby decision, when Reid slammed the "five white men" who voted for the decision, even though Thomas was one of the five.
In late 2004, Reid also attacked Justice Thomas, calling him "an embarrassment to the Supreme Court" whose "opinions are poorly written."