by Brian A. Wilkins
7/26/2009 (links updated November 28, 2018)
First, being a “black Republican” or “black conservative” does not, by itself, make you a bonafide house negro. Colin Powell, J.C. Watts, Michael Steele (to a certain extent), and Amy Holmes are all decent black people, but decent Americans. You can’t say that about the black people featured on Murdoch television.
Fox News House Negro Supreme Juan Williams spoke about the arrest of Harvard’s Henry Louis Gates and President Barack Obama’s reaction. You laugh because Williams is such a clown, and try not to cry because you feel so sorry for him. Williams told ABC’s Good Morning America that Obama “spoke out of turn.” He referenced the white cops’ “police report” as if it were concrete, die-hard fact.
Williams used to get the benefit of the doubt here. But he vehemently declared that Crowley’s “police report” Crowley is gospel. Williams also said he takes “deferential approach,” meaning subordinate.
Jesse Lee Peterson is the personal house negro of Fox News’ Sean Hannity. Peterson is best known for thanking America “for enslaving his ancestors.” He also said the months long Middle Passage boat trip for kidnapped West African men, women, and children was like “an uncomfortable trip on a crowded airplane.” He accused Mr. Gates of “abusing police while black” and said the incident was a case of “black males gone wild.”
It’s sad that these two either do not realize or do not care that Fox News only covets their opinions when they are bashing anything and everything black. There is little else to say about these two. To say anymore would dignify their existence. I’ll let Brother Minister El-Hajj Malik al-Shabazz, aka Malcolm X, explains how these two clowns came to be.