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If Juan Williams Slanders The Tea Party On The Sean Hannity Show Does Anyone Hear It?

In politics, racism, Tea Party on May 3, 2012 at 9:54 am

On the Sean Hannity Show, Juan Williams accused the Tea Party movement of being racist.  He, along with Michelle Malkin, were guests on the program discussing the Occupy Movement and the support that movement has with President Obama, Nancy Pelosi and most Democrat member of congress, despite its extremely violent nature.  When Malkin challenged, and then demanded, Williams offer one piece of evidence for racism in the Tea Party, Williams could not do that, but he refused to retract his statement.  This goes to show the hypocrisy of liberals (and Williams is still a liberal, regardless of his break with NPR).  Juan Williams has shown himself, in this segment,  to be a very shallow, unworthy man.  His disapproval of the Tea Party has allowed his emotions to get the better of him and he too has succumbed to the lies that liberals always spread about conservatives – that we are racists.  It’s easy to call anyone a racist.  But its even easier to call someone a racist and not have to back it up.  Juan’s incredible stupid, arrogant comment highlights the desperate nature of liberals, who are in fact losing their battle to take over America from conservatives.  One day liberals will wake up and wonder what happened, and how they lost their struggle to redefine America, never knowing, never conceiving, never once accepting it was through their own sheer arrogance, willful deceit of facts and extremely violent nature that did them in.  Has anyone ever heard or known of a liberal accepting blame for anything they have done?


  1. In answer to your last question: No (but you already knew that….).

    The Libs are in full-on meltdown mode, and will say anything (liiterally) to get their guy back in for another 4 years. Malkin is fearless, and quick. Her response was priceless.

    Thx for the post.

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