MSNBC’s Michael Eric Dyson: The Private Sector Is Racist

December 9, 2013 1:06 pmViews: 795

Racist Michael Eric Dyson


Criticizing Obama is racist, the sky is racist, the clouds are racist, white people are racist and now according to MSNBC's head racist contributor Michael Eric Dyson (who was renting his time to ABC in the video below), the private sector is racist.

That's right, according to the most "educated" liberal thinkers of our time, the private sector, along with anything and everything they deem fits the bill, is racist. Isn't it funny how everything is racist to liberals, except things that are really racist, like liberals themselves? To prove the private sector is racist as opposed to the public sector of taxpayer funded government jobs, Dyson says, "We can't depend upon the private sector itself to adjust for its own bias when it's prevented people from flourishing."

Really? The private sector has prevented people from flourishing? I suppose they prevented Herman Cain from becoming CEO of Godfather's Pizza? And they prevented Bill Gates (yea, I know he's white, but he still flourished in the private sector) from becoming one of the richest men in the world? And the movie and sports industries, all private sector, I don't suppose there are any blacks who have succeeded there, Mr Dyson? Plenty of blacks and whites, along with Latinos, Indians, Asians, Russians and many, many more have flourished in the private sector.

The uber-racist Michael Eric Dyson could see that if he weren't always looking under every rock for the racism phantom.

Watch the video below the transcript of Dyson appearing on ABC's This Week with George Stephanopoulos accusing the private sector of being racist because of their supposed discriminatory practices.

"When you talk about a disproportionate number of black and Latino people working in the public sector - when you have an attack on the public sector, firemen, teachers, and the like, police people, you're talking about people who have had an opportunity to have a job because of the practices of discrimination in the private sector. We can't depend upon the private sector itself to adjust for its own bias when it's prevented people from flourishing."

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