MSNBC’s Michael Eric Dyson: Duck Dynasty “Part Of A White Supremacist Culture”

December 27, 2013 10:58 pmViews: 4240

Michael Eric Dyson calls Phil Robertson a white supremacist

Of all the race baiting shovelers of propaganda MSNBC signs up to infuriate and divide the masses, Michael Eric Dyson apparently has the leading role. Yes, Chris Matthews spews rhetoric just about better then anyone, but his spittle filled, and at times incoherent rants usually come off as not to be taken serious. Mr Dyson however, presents himself as a scholarly individual because of his position as professor of sociology at Georgetown University, but nonetheless, his culture dividing diatribes on MSNBC and other left leaning media circuses regularly cross the line into absurdity.

One of those absurdly divisive rants by Mr Dyson was on MSNBC's Now with Alex Wagner's Friday afternoon show where he purposely took a swipe at Phil Robertson and Duck Dynasty by calling them, "part of a majority white supremacist culture."

Really, so just because some rather gruff looking dude with a rad beard who likes to obsessively hunt duck and openly talks about his faith, but unlike other radical religious fanatics doesn't strap an explosive vest to himself, nor does anyone in his family, the State Run Media employed Michael Eric Dyson has to go call call them "white supremacists."

Does anyone still seriously think there is no media bias on the left?

Feast your eyes below on Mr Dyson's transcript and video of utter hate for those who are different:

"It isn't all created equal, you do know that. The mythology is that all interested parties should come to the table. But let's not pretend that African-American people have had control of the law, where that they've indicated that Jim Crow was against poor white people. There's not an equality of means of representing your interests or means of asserting oppression. When we have this mythology of all come to the table, let's at least be honest about who has been provided opportunity to get their viewpoint broadcast more broadly. And Phil Robertson and the "Duck Dynasty" is part of a majority white supremacist culture that either consciously or unconsciously incubates hatred toward those who are different."

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