Friday, October 8, 2010

MSNBC O'Donnell Slur Against Steele: Filled-Negro Covers It Media Matters Doesn't


I am forced to give credit to my estranged Philly homeboy Filled-Negro.   At least this one time his "racism chasing" "Spidey Sense" has him turning against his progressive friends at MSNBC to call them out against a slight against a Black man named Michael Steele.   Though, in the viewpoint of Filled-Negro and his AfroSpear band of "blogger understudies" Mr Steele is sleeping with the enemy (of progressives) it is nice to see my old friend remain consistent in sniffing out racism.

Lawrence O'Donnell of the progressive-fundamentalist network MSNBC said the following about RNC chairman Michael Steele:
"As the first congressional election during his party chairmanship approaches, Michael Steele is dancing as fast as he can trying to charm independent voters and Tea Partiers while never losing sight of his real master and paycheck provider, the Republican National Committee"

This blog site is not about pursuing charges of "racism".  Instead the mission is to inspect those who typically racism chase - if they are Black OR who those who "feed Black people the chum" from which they "racism chase against interesting targets" if they are White Liberal Snarling Foxes seeking to keep the Black vote in their pockets.

When you see a Black news source that relies too heavily on "Media Matters", "Southern Poverty Law Center", "Daily KOS" or "HuffPo" - you should seek to find two other independent news sources in order to get a better approximation of the truth.  Going to the actual source and listening for yourself is usually the best practice.

For ME - Lawrence O'Donnell could fully redeem himself IF he were to report on "Street Pirate against Black" assaults EQUALLY to that which is reported when Tea Party, Right Wing operatives or Republicans make slights against "Progressives who are Black".  Instead MSNBC doesn't report on Street Pirate violence for risk of pissing off its "Progressive who is Black" viewership who prefer to focus upon Republicans.

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