Far-left race agitator and former prominent MSNBC host, Touré Neblett, believes America needs to “stop having white male presidents for a while.”
Touré made the assessment after running down a list of previous Presidents who were both white and male, and whom he deemed as failures.
The comments are profoundly racist and had anybody so much as suggested America needs to take a break from black presidents for a while after the disastrous Obama years, they’d never work in media again.
But then, Touré has a rich history of inciting viewers with racist demagoguery.
Let’s be honest: we’ve had two horrible white male Presidents in a row and the three before that—Clinton, Poppy Bush, and Reagan—were problematic at best. We just need to stop having white male Presidents for a while.
— Touré (@Toure) December 18, 2018
He Also Hates Black Presidential Candidates … If They Don’t Agree With Him
Rest assured, Touré’s comments have nothing to do with white presidents … It’s the Republicanpresidents he despises. How do we know this?
Ben Carson, a former candidate for the Republican party who ran against a large field of opponents in 2016, is not white. Yet, Touré repeatedly denigrated him as a token black for the Republican party.
“Just so we’re clear, I’m not really into being the ‘black friend,’” he said of the current Secretary of Housing and Urban Development.
Yes, racism will probably solve our problems. https://t.co/Us1yPbL8hE
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) December 18, 2018
Carson would respond by leveling Touré as unintelligent.
“Intelligent people tend to talk about the facts,” he fired back. “They don’t sit around and call each other names. That’s what you can find on a third-grade playground.”
When the former MSNBC host had a chance to realize his racist dream of eliminating white male presidents, he responded by attacking the black candidate instead. Brilliant!
A Reprehensible Racist And a Tax Cheat to Boot
There is no level to which Touré is unwilling to stoop in his efforts to make racist, anti-white arguments. If he’s not encouraging the elimination of white presidents, he’s accusing people who call Barack Obama ‘angry’ of being racist themselves.
Actually, he used a different word in making that argument.
“You notice he said anger twice,” Touré said in an MSNBC segment during the 2012 race. “He’s really trying to use racial coding and access some really deep stereotypes about the angry black man. This is part of the playbook against Obama, the ‘otherization,’ he’s not like us.”
Or, he could have just been trying to convey that Obama was an angry, divisive president who actually portrayed his political opponents as ‘other.’
“I know it’s a heavy thing, I don’t say it lightly, but this is ‘n****rization,’ he would add. “You are not one of us, you are like the scary black man who we’ve been trained to fear.”
Aside from being an angry racist, Neblett is a notorious tax cheat, at one point having multiple warrants filed and owing nearly $60,000 in back taxes.
Perhaps in light of this news, we should ‘stop having Touré as a commentator for a while.’
Cross-posted with Mental Recession
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