Meet the Press - Season 65

So riddle me this: What is it that’s worse, a person who is totally brain dead, OR, that same person who does know that he is totally brain dead?  Because for the life of me I’m just not able to make the same connection that Chris Matthews makes when he says that merely talking about “law and order” makes one a racist.  Now don’t think for a minute that I waste a minute of my time watching the morons over there on MSNBC, because if there was ever a perfect definition for wasted time, that would be it.  However, I did read an article just this morning that pointed out how, during MSNBC’s coverage of the RNC on Thursday night, Matthews stated that the phrase “law and order” “carries a racial tone to it.”

So as we all know, or should know by now, Matthews is far from being one of the more intelligent folks on television.  But then he works for MSNBC, so expectations are already pretty low.  So anyway, he apparently wasn’t too fond of those who choose to speak about ‘law and order.’  He said, “[W]hy did he use the phrase with all its implications and attitude, ‘law and order.’ He didn’t say, ‘Let’s enforce the law.’ He did that once, most of it was the phrase ‘law and order,’ that was so Nixonian. I think that carries a racial tone to it. And by the way, safe schools, the reason we’re going to have vouchers and charter schools is not for better education, but to get the kids away from the bad neighborhoods.”

And then Matthew’s fellow anchor Joy Reid, in what I can only assume was an attempt on her part to prove she’s just as much of a leftist moron as Matthews is, said, “And the Johnson amendment. A lot these were signals that people in the audience, on the right would understand, I’m going to let the churches get directly involved in elections. Remember, the Johnson amendment was about some of the white churches in the South that were inveighing against the Civil Rights Act. That too has a racial tone.”  Now let’s be clear here, when it comes to who it was that was against the Civil Rights Act that was actually the favorite political party of both these clowns, the Democrat Party!  Home of the KKK, Jim Crow and segregation.

Matthews added further confusion regarding the point that he was, I guess, trying to make when he added, “The Christian academies, which were created so they wouldn’t have a public school.”  Far be it from me to attempt to correct the rather bigoted Mr. Matthews, but actually, the academies to which he makes reference to were created as an avenue for parents to utilize in an effort to avoid what has been, and for quite some time, a horrendous public school system.  And I’d be very curious to know how many of Mr. Matthew’s children were exposed to our public school system.  Because I would be willing to be that not one of his three children went anywhere but to very expensive private schools.  But I digress.

But look, it’s clear that Hitlery’s people got their talking points out to those in the state-controlled media which Matthews is a proud card carrying member.  We heard the terms “racist”, “divisive” and “dangerous” all over the state-controlled media whenever the subject was this week’s Republican National Convention. While I’m quite sure that it fun for some, in a rather twisted sort of way, to watch these talking heads dribbling all over themselves I very rarely am ever able to bring myself to do it. Time goes by too quickly to waste even a second watching the unwatchable.  I have to wonder if Huma taped Trump’s speech for Hitlery so she could watch it whenever her raggedy-old ass managed to crawl out of bed.

Democrats always insist upon delivering racism, danger and division to the front doorstep of the right.  And it’s those things that they try to affix or attach to those of us on the right that actually comprise the legs of the Democrat Party platform.  And Trump has wasted little time in throwing it right back in their face.  And I have no doubt that that is a trend that we will see continuing.  Democrat talking points in a nutshell go like this: white people are privileged, black people are victims, as are Hispanic and Latino people, Asians have their own set of issues, as do Native Americans, and of course the LGBTQ folks need to be accommodated.   But dividing us is how the Democrat Party is able to continue in existence.

The bottom line here is that Matthews is nothing more than one more hypocritical racist Democrat, in what is a very large crowd of racist Democrat hypocrites, who apparently are of the opinion that all minorities are somehow criminals.  I mean, does he really think that blacks are against having a little more law and order in their own neighborhoods?  Does he think that they are willing to tolerate the black on black crime that continues to take place?  Personally, I think perhaps Matthews hasn’t yet gotten used to all of the colored people that he has to interact with and on a pretty regular basis.  And I wouldn’t be at all surprised if he gets a little worried when he sees a dark skinned person walking near him.

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