Anyone who has attended Tea Party events has probably noticed the disproportionately large percentage of minority speakers, who are deliberately sought out in a misguided attempt to prove the obvious to those unwilling to see it: there is nothing “racist” about individual liberty. This effort has predictably failed, as the leftist lowlifes comprising the Congressional Black Caucus have thrown their race-baiting demagoguery into overdrive and are attempting to run over the Tea Party with it. CBC Whip André Carson (D-IN) has gotten so carried away as to claim that advocates for limited government want blacks “hanging on a tree.”
Most whites have been conditioned to cringe like whipped dogs when confronted with this incongruent and cartoonish rhetoric. But after having been used to put an unqualified anti-American fool in the White House, the race card has been played out among all but the most politically neurotic. Its heavy use now demonstrates that the increasingly desperate Ultra Left knows the pendulum can’t be pushed any further and will now swing back the other way with a vengeance.
However, the race card can still be used to wreak social havoc. If rumors that Obama plans to resort to racial rhetoric to hold power prove true, the mostly unreported epidemic of racial violence by black mobs will explode.
Recent examples of alarmingly inflammatory racist rhetoric from the CBC:
Some activists actually do call for lynching — but they sure aren’t from the Tea Party:
On tips from Bill T, Trace, Tony, Sgt Brock E Lee, SR, and Sean. Hat tip: iOwnTheWorld.