Sean Hannity discusses progressive racism with black conservative audience.
The progressive's hate filled battle that has been centered solely on race has been going on against minorities who happen to be conservatives for as long as I can remember. It's amazing still, when I think about it. What actually started my journey along the conservative path all started with my disgust over the vile racist attacks they were being levying against Clarence Thomas during his conformation hearings and after he was became a Supreme Court justice. During that time, it puzzled me greatly, because I couldn't understand why black and white leftists hated this man so much merely because of him having a point of view that wasn't theirs. Conservatives tell me all the time that I am "brave" for speaking out to the degree that I do. It's not bravery. I just have utter contempt for most liberals, and I actually get a sick thrill, when they get angry at what I say(which is normally everything), and they go into venomous racist mode on me. I wonder sometimes why they continue to racially attack me and other minority conservatives, do these wizards of stupidity truly think they can silence us into submission with racial attacks? Dr. Ben Carson is the latest to feel the whip from the "tolerant" progressive left for daring to think he's a free black man entitled to have freedom of speech and thought. I truly wish Dr. Carson didn't have to go through what he is now going through. He's a good and humble man who likes to talk about issues. Me on the other hand, I'm ideological street fighter. The left throw stones at me, I just turn around and smile then throw bricks back at them. Within the last few years, more and more minorities who are conservative have started to speak out about just how racist progressives are. Of course the left can't beat conservatives, when it comes to policy and ideology, so they resort to what pigs do, they move around in the slop. Sean Hannity had on his Fox News show a forum on progressive racism against black conservatives last week. His guest was Dr. Ben Carson and, the audience was full of black conservatives. I wish I could have attended. I would have loved to have made myself a bigger target to the left then I am already. Anyways, it was a very good discussion, and hopefully people learned that the progressives aren't the champions of tolerance and compassion as they try to fool people into believing they are. The segment is 40 minutes long, but I highly recommend everybody to watch this.