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MSNBC: 'Duck Dynasty' part of 'white supremacist culture'

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Longtime contributor to the left-of-center MSBNC network Michael Eric Dyson left little to the imagination as he hammered the syndicated reality show "Duck Dynasty" of being part of the "majority white supremacist culture," as reported by the right-of-center news portal on Dec. 27, 2013.

Georgetown University professor of sociology and regular of the "Lean Forward" network, Dyson slammed the wildly popular Duck Dynasty program as well as star Phil Robertson as essentially tools of the greater white culture in fomenting hatred against those different from themselves.

According to the professional academic, Dyson propagates the notion that "Duck Dynasty" makes white people hate other people, even without said white people realizing it.

Specifically, Dyson stated on the "NOW w/Alex Wagner" show: (click here for video)

Phil Robertson and the ‘Duck Dynasty’ is part of a majority white supremacist culture that either consciously or unconsciously incubates hatred toward those who are different.

Dyson's appearance certainly isn't his first with Alex Wagner. Appearing on the MSNBC panel show after Barack Obama's dismal performance in an early October presidential debate, Dyson claimed Fox News was responsible:

Obama has just been subject to the Fox News treatment of Angry Black Man, again.

Dyson failed to mention the debate in question wasn't hosted by Fox News, but by PBS.

The sociologist also illustrated his need to enroll in both theology and a few civics courses when he continued to surround himself in controversy and questions of his credibility.

Dyson declared earlier this year that Attorney General Eric Holder was "the Moses of our time" and the "chief lawgiver of the United States."

Constitutionally, the Attorney General doesn't make laws, but rather, enforces law.



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