Blatant racism is okay, in fact it’s applauded and encouraged as long as you’re not promoting the evil, privileged white folks. Imagine if someone had said there were too many brown people in the Democrat Party and they needed to have a white person in charge and more whiteness from the top down or if race was being declared as the primary consideration in selecting a successor to Reince Priebus at the RNC, particularly on a live CNN broadcast.
However, this wasn’t a racist white guy demanding his skin tone be given preference. It’s a racist black woman and black racism is a positive trait in this screwed up modern day media and large swaths of society. The host and other guest aren’t in shock at her comments, they don’t even flinch. Similar comments from a white liberal Democrat racist on another CNN broadcast the previous day, in which he used the “N” word brought host Brooke Baldwin to tears as she issued a condemnation.
The black racist, Bernie Sanders’ former campaign manager, says that Muslim racist agitator Rep Keith Ellison is great, that she’s worked with him in the past, but has a problem with Howard Dean and it’s not the kind that washes off with soap. She offers a face-saving excuse at first, that Dean has maligned millennials and and told them to get in line, and maligned Bernie Sanders as well. She gives that phony reasoning up almost as soon as the words come out of her filthy, hateful mouth.
She follows that comment with, “That is not what we need. In my opinion, we don’t need white people leading the Democrat Party right now. The Democrat Party is diverse and it should be reflected as so in our leadership and throughout the staff at the highest levels, the vice-chair, the secretaries, all the way down to the people working in the offices at the DNC.”
The gutless, testosterone-free white male-replacement unisex individual sitting next to her nods in agreement as if he’s understanding that what she’s saying is correct. The thought of challenging her on her racism, as overt and blatant as it could possibly be, seems to not have crossed his mind or that of the unqualified host.
The racist, Symone Sanders, closes by saying, “I’m here for the millennials and the brown people.” A final bigoted barb that, instead of being rebuked, draws a giggle from the white woman who seems better suited to a job that doesn’t require the occasional use of critical thought beyond “will that be for here or to go?” There’s nothing funny about what she said or the muted non-response of either of these pieces of white trash.