Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton. What do these two men have in common? They’re race baiters who have made a career out of calling people racist in order to get themselves more press. And what would happen if you combined those two men? You would get the very heated — and ridiculously hypocritical — Michael Eric Dyson.
Dyson — a Georgetown University indoctrinator/professor and New York Times opinion writer — joined the clucking hens on ABC’s “The View” on Monday and the subject of race came up -- because, of course it did.
If you have a race baiter on the show, you have to talk about race. The problem is, Dyson’s views are very narrow-minded while presenting them as if he had an open mind.
Take a look at what Dyson rambled on about:
If failed Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton had “more intelligence in her little finger” than a complete President Trump, wouldn’t she have figured out a legal way to win the election? Oh, I don’t know. Maybe she shouldn’t have ignored the “flyover states?” If Clinton is this extremely intelligent woman, couldn’t she have found a better way to destroy incriminating cell phones than a hammer?
“Look at this mendacious, relentlessly lying, bigoted, ill-informed person [Trump] that we have,” Dyson said, showing that he learned what adjectives are a long time ago. “He has the fleshly thesaurus of white supremacy reduced to one body.”
That’s a pretty serious accusation about a person Dyson most likely doesn’t know that well. Again — like most radical Leftist professors — Dyson never gives any proof of his accusation. Shocker!
Dyson’s assertion that black people would be Republicans if the existing Republicans weren’t so racist is absolutely ridiculous and unbecoming of major university professor. But, wasn’t it the Democrats who voted against anything that gave black people more rights? Isn’t it the Democrats whose policies are publicly geared to help people of color while keeping them under the government thumb with no upward momentum to get them out of whichever situation they’re in?
“If Republicans weren’t so racist they could encourage black people who are morally conservative to be on their side,” Dyson hypocritically said.
Maybe it’s just me, but isn’t it ignorant and bigoted to call an entire group of people racist? This was just a couple of minutes after Dyson told the ill-informed women of “The View” the difference between “bigots” and “racists.” Isn’t it ironic? Don’t ya think?
“Where are the Republicans when unarmed black people are assaulted by police?” Dyson hilariously posed.
Let me answer Dyson’s question with a question. Where is the radical Left — like Dyson — when unarmed black people are gunned down by other black people? That’s statistically a much, much bigger problem than black people being assaulted by police.
In the end, Dyson further revealed himself — to those that are smart enough not to watch “The View” — as someone with a lot of anger in his heart directed in the wrong places. In fairness, it really shouldn’t be surprising for someone who is an indoctrinator and New York Times shill to perceivably be a bigot and racist while calling others bigots and racists.