But the most destructive of political conspiracy theorists are the sick minds that believe that every comment made by a conservative or Republican against President Obama is intended to demean people of color, I call them Racerists What make the Racerists more dangerous than the typical conspiracy moonbat is they build upon the existing stereotyping suggested in liberal-made campaign slogans with one simple purpose; to end discussion by intimidating people not to criticize the President.
With Donald Trump’s enhanced attention on the President’s birth certificate the Racerists have come out again to spew their nonsense.
Gee if that’s the case well, then when people went on CBS to claim that Bush was stupid and it was Dick Cheney making all the decisions was that an ugly strain of racism? Oh wait, Bush is Caucasian.
What was it called when Schieffer’s colleague at CBS, Dan Rather presented the “personal files” of the late Lt. Col. Jerry B. Killian, Bush’s squadron commander during Bush’s Air National Guard service? Those files described preferential treatment given to the former President, including pressure on Killian to “sugar coat” an annual officer rating report for the then 1st Lt. Bush. Those files were a fraud.
Of course Trump’s possible “lack of religion” about the conspiracies he his pushing doesn’t stop other people from leaping on the Racerist bandwagon. Especially people in the liberal media.
PBS’s Tavis Smiley says that Trump is appealing to the most racist elements within the tea party:
And don’t think that these Racerists attempt to silence political opponents is either new or all about Obama’s birth certificate.
For example, if you believe Huffington Post contributors David Sirota there are only two types of people in the world, those who agree with everything about President Obama and racists. Sirota even believes that Van Jones was targeted because he was black, not because of his progressive policies or the fact that he was a truther.
Another famous racer is Janine Garafolo, who said that the people participating in the Tea Parties were doing so because they objected to an African American President.
And you cannot forget Congressman Charlie Rangel who missed claiming vacation property income on his tax returns but can spot a “racist” from a distance. He blamed protests anti-obamacare protests racism:
“Some Americans have not gotten over the fact that Obama is president of the United States. They go to sleep wondering, ‘How did this happen?’ ”
Some people believe that HBO Host Bill Maher is a racerist, because of his constant claims that the Tea Party is racist. But Maher is more of a misanthrope, a bitter mean-spirited person who hates just about everyone and everything.
Former MSNBC host David Shuster is a serial Racerist. Shuster once called the Tea Party health-care protest an “orgy of bigotry, racism, Antisemitism and hate.”
Shuster’s Crowning Racerist achievement happened last March. Usually when people describe a member of Congress they give the name and the town they represent.
Apparently Shuster never heard of this before because he complained to his MSNBC TV audience of maybe 3 non-family members and a three-legged Great Dane, that any Republican who described Charlie Rangel as the Harlem Congressman is being racist.
In their own way Birthers and truthers will debate you all day long; talk about why Donald Trump is right or the Popular Mechanics explanation of 9/11 is wrong. Heck, it seems as if they will stop people on the street, to explain their positions. But Racersists are trying to silence all debate about President Obama’s policies. Their goal is to shut you up. That’s why Racersim is the worst kind of political conspiracy theory. Because one of the great things about America is freedom of speech, even if it is misguided, ultimately the purpose of Racerism is to take away that freedom.