How Pathetically Sad and Typical … MSNBC’s Touré Neblett Says Romney Is Engaged in ‘Niggerization’ of Obama

 

SHOCKER … the liberal MSM plays the race card for Barack Obama and Democrats. This is all the LEFT has … looks like Obama 2012 is “Hope and Chains”. 

There are three truths in life, death, taxes and the LEFT will play the race card. However, even the LEFT sometimes surprises us. MSNBC’s Touré actually said that Mitt Romney was engaged the the ‘Niggerization’ of Obama. Touré, is  a supposed racial expert who can spot racism in most inanimate objects, most Yiddish phrases, and all English words. Conveniently, the race card is used against Republicans. So what did Romney do to provoke such a slanderous smear? As reports at Breitbart.com, Romney He said that Obama, whose campaign has already called Romney a racist, a sexist, a felon, and a murderer, should “take [his] campaign of division and anger and hate back to Chicago.”

“That really bothered me. You notice he said anger twice. 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.

“I know it’s a heavy thing, I don’t say it lightly, but this is ‘niggerization.’ You are not one of us, you are like the scary black man who we’ve been trained to fear.”

The transcript from NewsBusters:

KRYSTAL BALL, CO-HOST: So in addition to Romney’s whiteboard Medicare antics, he’s also out with a new attack line on the President that he’s been reiterating. Let’s take a listen.

(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

MITT ROMNEY: His campaign and his surrogates have made wild and reckless accusations that disgrace the office of the presidency. This is what an angry and desperate presidency looks like. Mr. President, take your campaign of division and anger and hate back to Chicago.

(END VIDEO CLIP)

BALL: Woo. Take it back to Chicago. That anger and hate. So when I listen to that, to me, the words seemed sort of loaded, but I wanted to get you all’s thoughts. Touré, what did you think about that?

TOURE NEBLETT: Yeah, that really bothered me. You notice he says anger twice. 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. I know it’s a heavy thing to say. I don’t say it lightly. But this is niggerization. You are not one of us, and that you are like the scary black man who we’ve been trained to fear.

And the idea of locating anger around Barack Obama just doesn’t fit with who he is and who he has trained himself to be, going back to high school, training himself to be no drama Obama.

BALL: So who are they talking to then, here?

NEBLETT: But they’re talking to people who are trained to hate him, who want to hate him. It’s a base turnout election, so this is how we can rev up the base to, to work against him.

Who is not sick of this disgusting and reprehensible conduct? How pathetic has NBC become in that they would allow this clown to be a contributor and spew this divisive, racial smears? So to say that the Obama campaign is angry means you are a racist. UNREAL. I guess a political campaign that says Republicans want to throw grandma over the cliff, accuses Romney of murdering a woman who died of cancer, says they are going to put clacks back in chains is some how a “Hope & Change”. America is tired of dealing with these fools and the more negative this gets, the more Obama will lose votes.

As stated at The Gateway Pundit, it is just another attempt of demonizing those who dare disagree wuth the Obamamessiah … “what he’s saying is that if you don’t believe in Obama’s destructive socialist agenda then you’re a racist.”



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  • Comments

    18 Responses to “How Pathetically Sad and Typical … MSNBC’s Touré Neblett Says Romney Is Engaged in ‘Niggerization’ of Obama”

    1. GetObamaOut on August 17th, 2012 7:54 am

      This is a concerted effort on the part of Obama campaign and MSM. Interesting that first Biden talks about chains and now this racially charged comment.

    2. RK on August 17th, 2012 7:56 am

      Independent of the language used; calling it “This is all the LEFT has” is an opinion seemingly presented as fact; and logically speaking, unprovable.

      There are many voices, stories, facts, and opinions in the Obama campaign and among pundits. This specific story is clearly not “all the LEFT has”.

      Nice rhetoric, just not applicable or provable. :-(
      ________________________
      SM: Its called desperation and America is sick of being called racists by the LEFT. It was actually White America that voted Obama into office and it will be the same who toss him out.

      The vile hatred of the LEFT is over the top.

      Obama’s BS theme in 2008 was hope and change. That has turned into hope and chains. Obama has proved to be even worse than a typical politician, he is nothing more than a Chicago-style, thug politician. He just used the cover of being black to hide it as he and his minions would accuse others of being racist if they did not agree with him.

      I actually think Independents are going to vote against Obama in huge numbers that the election is not going to be as close as many think.
      R

    3. RK on August 17th, 2012 8:14 am

      What caught my eye was the direct Romney quote: “This is what an angry and desperate presidency looks like. Mr. President, take your campaign of division and anger and hate back to Chicago.”

      If these words are to be meaningful, then an explanation seems reasonable. Otherwise, used simply as campaign rhetoric, it is subject to analysis as to why it is used. It is divisive and derisive and is offered with no specifics. Here’s one theory: (http://goo.gl/VYwd4).

      Even if one denies the bias of the “angry black man” (http://goo.gl/479If), that is still a plausible theory in the general sense. Looking at a definition of “niggerization” I find that to be an over the top comment.

      However, we’re talking one (unknown) pundit or analyst (never even heard of him before today). I expect more of the candidate himself, although it’s not surprising he is so angry as well.
      _____________________
      SM: Dude, this unknown pundit is on MSNBC daily.

      America is tired of being called racists and sadly Obama has added to this. Who was the President who said that the Cambridge, MA police acted foolishly when they arrested his buddy without knowing the facts? Hmm? Obama has been the most divisive President in history.

      Obama cannot run on his record so he attacks. Thankfully in November we will add one more individual the the unemployment rolls, Obama.

    4. RK on August 17th, 2012 8:32 am

      @2-SM : First; I acknowledge (all) your opinions on this topic.

      As a matter of fact; this was a story about one person; not “the LEFT”.

      To prove the statement “This is all the LEFT has” is true, one would need to prove that nothing more beyond “this” exists (nonexistence). Proving categorically that something doesn’t exist is not possible.

    5. RK on August 17th, 2012 9:00 am

      #3-SM : As you point out, Toure is on The Cycle daily (never seen it; don’t have cable). However, it is true as I said that I “never even heard of him before today.” My context goes a long way to my describing him as “unknown.”

      As to “America is tired of being called racists”, who wouldn’t be? Of course, rhetoric is not reality. :-)

      AFAIK, Obama was Pres, and said “that the Cambridge police acted stupidly in arresting somebody when there was already proof that they were in their own home.” That actually makes a lot of sense to me.

      Still wondering if anyone thinks Romney can make such broad claims and not need to support them with something meaningful. Not much dignity in what he’s doing about this so far, IMO.

    6. SUPER DAVE on August 17th, 2012 9:23 am

      sadly, the supposed “democrats” whom the redneck Joe Obiden claims would be chained are already chained to the democrat plantation. the democrats tell them when and how to vote, how to act, what to eat while the president and his wife enjoy fat burgers and ribs. democrats are blatant hypocrites, thugs, and will do or say anything to remain in control. they are desperate to finish obama’s total destruction of our country from within. only the weak minded and the lazy are democrats. you can see the proof of this on every tv station, 48 hours, or any crime show. look at your democrat politicians, 5 of every 10 are on the take or, have stolen from the taxpayer for their own greed. it is in their blood to steal and be corrupt for corruption is the heart of the democrat party.

    7. rightknight on August 17th, 2012 9:29 am

      This Neblett fellow is so sharp that
      he would find ‘racism’ in a bowl
      of hot oatmeal.

    8. Jayne on Left Coast on August 17th, 2012 10:43 am

      Thank you SM for your remarks to RK. RK tried to spin crap into silk. The left see’s racist everywhere,except when they looking the mirror.

    9. RK on August 17th, 2012 5:33 pm

      #8 – If you can, please back up your claim of “crap” or “racist” in my comments; otherwise know that posting opinions without meaning or backing is hollow and useless.

      Some might even call it crap.
      _______________________
      SM: RK take a chill pill, the Left seeing racism most likely points to the actual subject of my post not you. I know this is hard to believe, but sometimes its not all about you.

      And yes, the LEFT does see racism everywhere. They can’t help themselves.
      R

    10. RK on August 17th, 2012 6:48 pm

      #9-SM : Firstly, I feel I’m actually rather calm about this. Certainly other blog commenters have employed much more zest and emotional perspective than I did (do), showing some flair and vitality, in some ways. I’m merely requesting someone be accountable for their words.

      Correct me if I’m wrong, but saying “RK tried to spin crap into silk.” seems to be about me. If Jayne can’t back-up these words with anything else, then her opinions really are hollow and useless (IMO).

      After all, who wouldn’t reply to such an empty claim asking for what I have? All of us would, in my opinion.
      ________________
      SM: Since when did opinions have to be backed up by anything? We have witnessed an Obama Administration and his minions call the Right and the Tea Party every name in the book, call us racist and link us to murders. They make those false, political, race-based accusations … in their opinion.
      R

    11. RK on August 18th, 2012 11:13 am

      #10-SM : Actually, I’ve already referred to her comment as an opinion; I was just wondering if she wants to support it with data.

      Since she offered no follow-up, my opinion (if not my sound logical conclusion) is just as I’ve said: that her opinions really are hollow and useless.

      Digressing a bit from my focus; is your reference to “murder” about the Soptic story? If so, the only use of that word comes from critics of the story, not from the super-PAC creator. Since the Obama admin (not sure who is included in “minions”) has no (provable) role in the ad, I believe that they are not uninvolved.

      Not that my interest is all that important; I was just wondering, as the reference didn’t resonate with me.

    12. NGBoston on August 18th, 2012 1:00 pm

      #11- RK- First you had a problem with my posts and opinions, now you are calling out Jayne from the Left Coast.

      Begging to differ from just about everything you post aside, if the majority of Posters disagree with not only the content of your musings, but the manner in which you tear apart everything the rest of us are posting…..then why do you end up on here now on almost a daily basis complaining about everyone? Do you expect the majority here to agree with you and the boatload of Leftist BS b/c realistically, that is never going to happen, RK.

      It makes no sense. You seem to be rather obsessed with picking apart any poster who stands up to you and disagrees with you.

      No matter what you write, or how vehemently you protest- we are all entitled to thinking and believing what we wish. That is of course including our Political affiliations and how most bloggers here chose to interpret completely opposite policies of the current Democratic Administration. The bottom line- is Obama’s regime is EXTREMELY LEFT, (and extremely hypocritical) so much so that he is truly a Socialist in Democratic clothing.

      Most here stand behind a far more Conservative bevy of the current Social or Fiscal issues. Is it NOT is a common courtesy to allow others to reserve their Right to stand behind their political views? RK, you can certainly do the same, just don’t expect agreement from the other side or a board like this to embrace many of your musings when clearly most favor a much more Conservative Agenda. Especially on all of the Fiscal Issues, the less spending and big Government–the better! It’s pretty basic.

      The majority here are obviously listening to much different Music than you seem to enjoy. And will continue to.

      Give it a rest, Dude. We are not buying the Leftist Moonbat Bullsh*t, and never will. It’s really just that simple.

      **** ROMNEY/RYAN 2012 ***

    13. RK on August 18th, 2012 2:40 pm

      #12- If I thought you would actually pay attention to a response, I’d provide a meaningful one. However, IMO, I’ve not seen this type of response from you often enough to bother.

      However, here’s a simple fact for you; there was no need to explain political ideology to me as I’m well able to recognize it; quite easily, as it happens.

      Once again, please don’t begin to tell me what to do; I’ll “give it a rest” when I feel like it.

      p.s. – that so-called “true story” FB anecdote was from a girls joke page, from over 5 years ago. It wasn’t even from America; HA HA HA!!!

      Perhaps your BS detectors need a tune-up!

    14. NGBoston on August 19th, 2012 9:02 am

      #13—RK—I am thrilled to see you spent hours researching something I posted on someone else’s FB Page.

      I don’t have the kind of time you are to spend hours researching something I copied, but can admit to a mistake and say thanks for checking.

      You love telling others what to do, you told me how to talk and what phrases, innocent or not I should not use.

      What’s good for the Goose is certainly good for the gander. You must enjoy sparring, then apparently, so go ahead and knock yourself out.

      If you would ever care to pay attention to what several others on this blog are trying to get across to you, I was simply trying to point out that you should continue to expect many to disagree and publicly state their own opinions as you seem to have plenty of your own.

      P.S. In a few posts further up thread- you illustrated my point wonderfully as you proceeded to post 17 points about “Mary” the Crazy Uber Lib Protestor spitting in someone’s face.

      Really, RK? Again, point in case as you would waste your time posting 17 ridiculous bullets trying to defend ANYONE who behaves like this in public. I don’t care who you are or what your Party affiliation is, outrageous behavior like that is ill-mannered and shows a complete and total lack of respect.

      It’s just nasty, and you are going to attempt to defend a person like that?

      Ugh, why bother?

    15. RK on August 19th, 2012 1:58 pm

      #14:

      “calling out Jayne” – As I said: “If Jayne can’t back-up these words with anything else, then her opinions really are hollow and useless (IMO).” Unless you don’t understand IMO, then this simple statement was not read, or forgotten, or who knows what, in an attempt to, IMO, make an empty and baseless point.

      “spend hours researching something I posted” – you have no idea whether this is true or not; it might as well be made up.

      “You love telling others what to do, you told me how to talk and what phrases, innocent or not I should not use.” – pointing out my observation or opinion on what was said is not telling anyone what to say or do. Perhaps guilt makes you think that? I doubt you can find any post where I actually tell someone what to do. It is far easier and faster to baselessly accuse me of something, than be accurate and standing behind your own words with evidence.

      “Give it a rest, Dude.” (#12) – this is an explicit example of you telling me what to do

      “Stop nitpicking.”
      So now that we are both fine, “next Topic?”
      “Let’s move along again, shall we?” (goo.gl/5mKtg)-#23 – another example (albeit weak).

      “Stick to the facts regarding THIS PRESIDENT, our CURRENT PRESIDENT, and this election SPECIFICALLY, since that is what the topic of discussion is regarding.” (goo.gl/PobKI)-#11 – another example.

      “I was simply trying to point” – Pointing out what is obvious as to the posts I read here makes no difference; I’m quite capable of digesting this.

      As to Mary, and the spitting incident; even a basic read of my comments show I was not defending anyone. Discovering Mary was reacting to circumstances doesn’t mean I agree with or support what she did.

      Alternatively, no one has stepped forward to agree or disagree with the actions of the elderly lady (spat at) either before of after the spitting. If one didn’t know better, they might think people were OK with grasping, striking, scratching, and yelling within inches of another’s face in public. Where’s the outrage of those actions? Are they OK due to partisan beliefs? Perhaps you were so busy counting the 17 points that you failed to read and comprehend them and the related video evidence. Hmmm?

      I know I’ve broken my rule of thumb from above {If I thought you would actually pay attention to a response, I’d provide a meaningful one.}, but your rant was so inaccurate I had to at least set the record straight for general readers. I expect I’ll regret this, and face another fact-less (lacking evidence) reply.

    16. NGBoston on August 20th, 2012 12:39 pm

      #15– Repeat:

      NOT buying the Leftist Moonbat Bullsh*t, and never will.

      *** Romney/Ryan 2012 ***

    17. RK on August 20th, 2012 5:20 pm

      #16 – Some things are not Left – Right on a political ideological scale. My comments above, for example, are non-partisan; as they are simply rational & logical.

      Your’s, however, are quite different than mine.

      Fin

    18. mike on November 29th, 2012 9:10 pm

      As an immigrant, I am getting disgusted by these creeps on MSNBC to whom everything including constructive criticism is racism, sexism, volture capitalism,misogynism,—–ism,—–ism, etc.etc.

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