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Rapper who wears “Nigger” t-shirt criticizes Fox for “racism”

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By Michelle Malkin  •  July 23, 2008 09:02 AM

Remember this moron?

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(Photo source: hiphop.popcrunch.com)

He’s Nas. She’s Kelis. They are race-baiting rappers wit’ attitude. And now he’s leading the charge against Fox News Channel’s alleged “racism.”

Rich. Just rich:

New York rapper Nas has joined a protest against FOX News.

Citing what he calls “race baiting” and “Obama smears” by FOX, Nas will join ColorOfChange.org and MoveOn.org to deliver more than 620,000 petition signatures demanding that the network end its “pattern of racist attacks against black Americans,” among them presidential candidate Barack Obama and his wife Michelle.

In a statement to media, Nas, ColorOfChange.org and MoveOn.org announced the petition will be delivered to FOX’s Manhattan offices on July 23 at 2 p.m. ET.

In joining the protest, Nas cites FOX’s portrayal of the Obamas as outsiders, as well as an on-screen graphic referring to Michelle Obama as “Obama’s baby mama” and the confusing of Obama and Osama by a pundit, who joked that they should both be assassinated. In February, Bill O’Reilly talked about a “lynching party” to deal with Michelle Obama.

“FOX poisons the country with racist propaganda and tries to call it news,” Nas said in the statement.

Wait a minute. Portraying the Obamas as outsiders is racist?

Isn’t that how the Obamas want to be portrayed?

The “baby mama” back story is here. And the background on Liz Trotta’s comments is here. As for O’Reilly, he was actually defending Michelle Obama. But never mind.

And regarding Obama/Osama confusion, will Nas and his grievance-mongering legions be targeting Dan Rather and the many other left-wing media members of the Osama/Obama club next?

What up?

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