CNN in the course of its continuing its death-spiral into irrelevance, brought a blue-ribbon panel of talking heads and Beltway insiders to punch it out on the Don Lemon show.
What other topic is there?
The Avatar of Kek. The Great Wall-Builder. The King of New York. The Master of the Deal. Slayer of Clinton the Terrible.
Donald J. Trump. Specifically, various people meeting with Donald Trump as part of his National Diversity Coalition.
One of those panelists was professional academic, Marxist gadfly, and “social justice enthusiast” Marc Lamont Hill.
For an example of Hill’s commitment to academic rigor and intellectual honesty, see Politifact about his (false) claim that every 28 hours, a black man is shot and killed by the police.
Anyway, in the course of the event, this happened:
“You should have “experts” at the table.”
What he means is, you should have “academics” at the table, or, put more bluntly, you should have MARC LAMONT HILL at the table, and other professional race hustlers rattling their tin cups and crying:
“White daddy, white daddy, give me something!”
“To keep bringing up comedians and actors and athletes to represent black interests is demeaning, its disrespectful, its condescending. Bring some people up there with some expertise Donald Trump, don’t just bring people to entertain.”
It was a bunch of mediocre Negroes being dragged in front of TV as a photo op for Donald Trump.
I’m going to give Marc Lamont Hill his fair shake right now. Based on the question that preceded his statement, he was addressing the National Diversity Coalition of the Trump campaign, not Steve Harvey, Kanye West, Jim Brown, et al.
It doesn’t make the substance of the comment any better.
Having meetings with black men who aren’t Hill’s particular clique is “demeaning, disrespectful, and condescending.”
Calling an entire segment of black men and women “mediocre” for associating with Donald J. Trump is not demeaning, disrespectful, or condescending, in the peculiar reasoning of Mr. Hill.
I made a statement in regard to Feminists and their fetishizing of Hillary Clinton as president, ignoring the previous two cycles of Republican women running for president and vice-president respectively:
They don’t actually want a woman president; they want a president who, first and foremost, toes the party line, THEN, just happens to be a woman.
This is the same thing. Marc Lamont Hill and Negroes of his ilk don’t actually want to see black people in power; they want people who agree with them in power, then, if they happen to be black, so much the better because then, they can smear dissent as “racists.”
“Identity politics” is about using using “identity” as a shield for “politics.”
What are the politics being protected?
Internationalism, socialism, militarism, statism, and bureaucracy.
May God have mercy on you if you have the “identity” but not the “politics.” Then a Sambo like Marc Lamont Hill, at the behest of Master Legree (the international socialists), will appear and he will (rhetorically) whip you to death for your defiance.
Bruce LaVell, to his credit, called Hill on the bullshit remark, which Hill responded to by saying.
I didn’t name call.
This is how Progressives/Socialists/SJWs/The Political Left, in Hill’s case, Marxist, whatever you want to call them, do their business. They demand that you treat them with courtesy while they hurl bricks and bombs from the cheap seats. They get to call you “mediocre” and then when you stop them, they claim “I didn’t name-call.” These people are either fundamentally dishonest, or they are insane and don’t recognize the disconnect between their rhetoric and their actions.
Look at this goofy bitch grinning like an idiot. I swear on a stack of Bibles, there is nothing black females love more than watching two black men cut into each other. She might have had to go home, reach between her legs and knock one out after watch LeVell and Hill go at it.
It doesn’t matter how “educated” black females are, it doesn’t matter what their resumes look like, the majority of black American women are filled with a desire for chaos and strife and discord.