Herman Cain made a stunningly racist statement about African Americans today. And Fox host Stuart Varney gave him a stamp of approval.
On today’s Varney & Co, host Stuart Varney asked Herman Cain whether playing the “Ferguson” card would be “likely to increase the black vote in Georgia.” He was referring to a Georgia Democratic Party flyer invoking Ferguson to encourage voters to turn out. Varney was concerned, of course, that a big turnout of African American voters could be the deciding factor in electing Democrat Michelle Nunn, currently in a very tight Senate race.
Cain replied, “I don’t think so and here’s why. Many of my listeners are from Georgia, and I do have a lot of black listeners to my radio show. The good news is, a lot of black people are not that stupid, or they are not that ignorant to respond to something like that. It’s not 40 or 50% of the black population, because 40 or 50% probably are clueless other than party name and candidate.”
That’s quite an insult to African Americans. But Varney replied, “Herman Cain, always a pleasure, thanks for joining us today sir, appreciate it.”
Watch it below, via Media Matters.
The teabagging GOPiggies are afraid that a Michelle Nunn victory will retain Democrat control of the Senate. Watch for Fux Noise to ramp up the lie & smear machine against her in the last few days before the election. Her opponent, David Perdue, will receive the usual BJ infomerical interviews from KKKlannity, Blackroots Barbie and the curvy couch morons.
The Devil was behind it
“The former CEO of the National Restaurant Association told RealClearReligion in a story published Wednesday that he didn’t challenge allegations that he sexually harassed at least four women, some of them anonymous, while at the helm of that organization because it would have been a “huge distraction” from his campaign. He maintained that his accusers are “liars.”
We expect the Hermanites to chime in on this relevant topic.
NOTE TO HERMANITES
Did he or didn’t he? He says his accusers are “liars”, yet he refuses to settle the matter in court. The “huge distraction” excuse wore out years ago. Don’t you find it odd that he refuses to clear his name? What is he REALLY afraid of?
“Republicans have no history of racism whatsoever.” -Mark Levin.
Speaking of which, when can I expect his defenders to cross over from our thread about that to come defend Herman Cain?