(I warned you about my newfound learning on creating memes.)
Charles C. Johnson and Ryan Girdusky have a piece at the Daily Caller about Touré’s history of militant anti-white opinionating:
MSNBC host Touré founded a student newspaper dedicated to black liberation theology while he was a college student attending Emory University from 1989 to 1992.
Touré’s flagship publication, The Fire This Time, lavished praise on famous anti-Semites, black supremacists, and conspiracy theorists whom Touré helped bring to campus. Before he became an intense-but-sardonic TV personality, Touré also decried “the suffocating white community” and defended a nationally famous fake hate crime.
The article quotes the budding racist saying: “The Black tribe is possibly the strongest of all the tribes and Black students who choose not to be a part pay a heavy social price.” It describes a list of people that Touré’s group brought to campus and described as “role models” including anti-Semites (one blamed Jewish “bloodsuckers” for creating holes in the ozone layer and another said Jews functioned as mass murderers of people of color to stay in Israel) and violent people (one had served time for robbery and is now serving a life sentence for murdering a cop).
His career as a budding Al Sharpton was cemented when he championed the cause of a student who claimed to be the victim of a vicious racist incident — and who later admitted it was a hoax. Touré continued to champion the cause after she admitted the controversy was fraudulent — and said it didn’t matter whether it had actually happened.
And . . .
And . . .
Oh, why do I bother? I could be talking about the President of the United [several expletives deleted]ing States and nobody would care. And this guy is just another racist on MSNBC. (Remember: it’s not racism if they hate the white guy.)
Sorry for wasting your time.
UPDATE: Touré ripped to shreds by an obvious racist.
Thanks to Steve57.