White Leftist Protesters Attack A Black “White Supremacist” Reporter (video)

White Leftist Protesters Attack A Black Reporter

America doesn’t have a monopoly on lunacy, as we find out here when Leftist protesters attack a black reporter. Intolerance is everywhere, and it’s almost always with Leftists. These politically correct, completely intolerant buttwipes pretend to care about people. However, they truly are vile creature.

Leftist protesters attack a black reporter.
Leftist protesters attack a black reporter.

If they are alone, they don’t have the guts to speak their minds. But when they are in groups, they are vicious and ruthless. The only thing that can stop them is an unadulterated in-your-face response.

In this latest example, you will see that Leftists have lost any semblance of civility. Cries of racism tend to be ignored when you refer to a black reporter as a “white supremacist.”


As you can see from the video below, The mad chants of the leftist are disputed by the reporter and ignored by the masses.

This behavior has become the norm for Leftist. If this black man wasn’t called “white supremacist,” then he is referred to as an Uncle Tom. And the sad thing about it is that we all accept this kind of rhetoric as justified. Americans need to wake up and smell reality. Race Pimping is still alive and thriving in America, and using the pawns of society to make it flourish.

As stated in my book, Race Pimping

As early as 1982 Jackson launched a boycott of Anheuser-Busch because it purportedly did not have enough black-owned distributorships nationwide. The beer company eventually contributed $510,000 to Jackson and established a $10 million fund to help blacks buy distributorships. When Jackson’s two sons (Yusef and Jonathan) purchased a River North distributorship in Chicago for an estimated $30 million, Jackson dropped the boycott and became the company’s best friend.

The only way to stop the crazy cycle is to get off the ride. STOP BUYING INTO THE BS and start thinking for yourself!

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