Sunday, March 28, 2010

Race Baiters - Talk, Talk, Talk, No Evidence

I hear a lot of talk about racial epithets being used by members of the Tea Party movement but I have yet to see or hear any evidence. I was just reading an article by the AP that read:
Conservative columnist Andrew Breitbart disputed accounts that tea party activists in Washington shouted racial epithets at black members of Congress amid the health care debate, although he didn't provide any evidence.

Why does Andrew Breitbart have to provide evidence of something that never happened? How do you do that? Where is the evidence of it happening? If you say it happened, YOU must provide the proof. Here are a couple of YouTube videos of the event in question. There is no evidence of racial slurs at all. I see at least one black women there, part of the Tea Party and there is no negative reaction on her part at all.

I have watched a few videos on YouTube that said this happened and NONE of them have provided any proof. Just talk. BS. It's all BS, there is no racial overtone to the Tea Party movement at all. It's not about race, it's about the Constitution. Period. Anyone who says otherwise is either a liar or has been listening to and believing liars.

If John Lewis thought he was in any danger at all he would never have walked through there, I'm sure he had no reason to other than baiting the protesters.

They are shouting, "Kill the Bill!"

Basil has post that shows what the various main stream media outlets reported.

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