NAACP rep describes horrifying racism in the Tea Party. Or something like that.

by editor on September 13, 2010

The NAACP‘s Hilary Shelton appeared on The Factor to talk about a brand spankin’ new website, TeaPartyTracker.org, they’ve come up with that’s designed to track all those horrible incidents of Tea Party racism.

He demanded that the party repudiate any racism at their rallies. Bill O’Reilly pointed out that the group had already done that, but that wasn’t good enough for Shelton. The racism continues, he insisted.

That’s when it got interesting. O’Reilly asked for specific examples of this rampant Tea Party racism. After a bit of stuttering and stammering, Shelton had to ‘fess up that “the closest things we’ve seen so far is we saw a t-shirt at one the rallies that said something really problematic.”

Not just problematic, mind you, but really problematic.

So it turns out that Tea Party members aren’t really racists. But they are definitely problematicists.

H/T: TheBlaze.com

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KimmyQueen
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and of course he didnt go into details about this problematic t-shirt. This guy is an a**hole of the worst kind.

Thallus
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Thallus

The CBC and NAACP are results of allowing the racists to define racism.

charpaddy
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charpaddy

The general liberal mantra….if you disagree with us then you are a latent racist….no matter what.

It’s a good thing people are waking up. The head of the Orlando NAACP said that if you are for smaller government then you are a racist! GOOD GRIEF!!!

It is disgusting.

USN-RETIRED
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USN-RETIRED

There’s a certain logic there. Smaller government might mean fewer hand-out, set-aside and affirmative-action programs. A smaller government might mean that some “disadvantaged” folks would have to work for a living, get hired/promoted based on merit or get “un-enhanced” grades to pass. Oh, the horror !

Paden
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Paden

So the liberals are creating race issues…humm

KimmyQueen
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Yes it is all so new! I mean who would have thought that race could be exploited to further a political cause.

OMG it is so annoying and old they need to get a new mantra and soon.

mountainbiker21
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mountainbiker21

Typical! The NAA”L”CP is living in the past. Wake up gentlemen it’s 2010, not 1950, not 1890 or 1865. Everything is racial with you, so you assume incorrectly that everything is racial with everybody else who isn’t black. You can not argue the merits of anything you support so you have throw the race card at every white person who, heaven forbid, disagrees with you or your president. Smacks of desperation, hell, it is desperation. Keep it up, when the Democrats get rolled in November, they can add this whole episode of fake TEA Party racism to list of problematic liberal policies that did them in.

Elrond Hubbard
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Elrond Hubbard

Hey, Hilary, cynicism and stupidity is a bad combination! If you’re going to slander the Tea Party with charges of racism at least have some lies, half truths, distortions and photo-shopped videos ready to back up your false claims. Otherwise people will realize you’re a complete imbecile and a lying sack o’shit.

Pierce
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There is ONE and only ONE criteria for being a racist:
Disagreeing with the left in any way

danybhoy
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danybhoy

I thought 1 of the criteria was being involved in race based organizations.
I do not, & shall not, belong to ANY such group. Every group I’m involved with is about COMMON INTERESTS, not race or ethnicity.

USN-RETIRED
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USN-RETIRED

Yet another attempt to validate their continuing post-expiration date existence.

. FAILURE # 5,784

danybhoy
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danybhoy

That’s the problem, they need a reason to be, & there are reasons. Problem is, they involve their “community”, not everyone else. The NAACP, National Action Network, Rainbow Push, & other “community/race based” groups need to fix the things that only those within those “communities” can fix. 1 problem, their “leadership” never leads them anywhere except from 1 dead end to another. I know & have met more then a few people from America’s Indian Nations, & 1 thing they all say is the best thing they did was leave the reservation. Black Americans would be wise to follow that advice, & if they really looked at the track record of their “learders”, they would be on their own & making their way.

Kyle
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Kyle

Whatever. They can get over themselves.

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Admin

Shelton could not even say the correct name of his website, twice. He called it TeaTrackers.org. When you key that in, you’ll see why TheCouponGirl.com is very excited.

Tracy
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Yep! My hubby saw it was an open domain and I wasn’t about to let another idiot organization take it. 😉 I got a lot of hits for about 48hrs but it’s all good. Saving money is more important than tracking Americans that care about their country. Thanks for the mention… 🙂