MSNBC host Chris Matthews, MSNBC reporter Norah O’Donnell, and MSNBC guest Joan Walsh shamelessly played the race card against Sarah Palin and her book-buying audience last week.
In Michigan, O’Donnell smugly noted that Palin’s fans were “largely white — almost no minorities in this crowd.” Matthews parroted the line, assailing the “white crowd.” Walsh likened the gathering to a “paranoid tea party.” Matthews hammered away at the “monochromatic” scene.
Ahem. Check out the masthead of MSNBC TV, “The Place for Politics.” Wear sunglasses and SPF 30 lotion. You’ll need protection from the blinding white glare:
Take a closer look:
White and white.
Pallid white and pasty white.
Does it get any whiter than this?
Oh, and these are the colors of the gang that sneered at Palin’s “white crowd:”
Self-righteously white x 3!
MSNBC’s p.c. pontificators have some nerve clucking about lack of racial diversity.
After the Don Imus debacle, NBC hired a “diversity leader.” By the left-wingers’ own tallying in 2007, guess which network boasted the whitest programming on cable TV during a randomly selected period? Hint: Starts with “M” and ends with “SNBC.”
Palin-bashing racial bean-counters in monochromatic houses shouldn’t throw stones.
Speaking of the MSNBC ghouls, Allahpundit’s got video of when Sarah met Andrea Mitchell.blog comments powered by Disqus
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