Friday, March 26, 2010

Were racial epithets shouted at black Congressmen Saturday?

Andrew Breitbart looks at the evidence, that is, the lack of evidence. People at the scene had videocams. Where is the video? Breitbart at BigGovernment
As I have said over and over and over, the left has one trick that it will use again and again when its back is in the corner: shout ‘racist’ in a crowded country. On Saturday, during the peaceful and patriotic tea party protest at the Capitol, the Democrats staged a series of symbolic acts meant to manipulate the media to do its bidding. The Congressional Black Caucus pulled the Selma card and chose to walk through the crowd in the hopes of creating a YouTube incident. This is what it looked like: [link to video] and this: [link to second video] There is no reason in 21st century America on an issue that is not a black or white or a civil rights issue to have a bloc of black people walk slowly through a mostly white crowd to make a racial point. The walk in and of itself — with two of the participants holding their handheld cameras above their heads hoping to document “proof” — was an act of racism meant to create a contrast between the tea party crowd and themselves.
Breibart offers Rep. John Lewis $10,000 for film of one shouted N-word. Honorable John Lewis, what evidence do you have?

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