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

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This MSNBC host believes that the Duck Dynasty clan is merely the tip of the iceberg, another clue that America is being controlled by "a majority, white supremacist culture". On Friday, Mr. Conservative pointed this out in their coverage of the MSNBC host's recent comments.

His name is Eric Michael Dyson; a leftist, fast-talking, loud-mouthed MSNBC show-host with - seemingly - nothing but hatred and intolerance for white people. As evidenced by the video above, Mr. Dyson seems convinced that America is being completely run by white supremacists; white supremacists who control black people, which is bizarre considering the fact that a half-white, half-black man is running the country. In fact, not only is Barack Hussein Obama hailed regularly by leftists as the first African-American president, but they are eager to see him exercise unconstitutional powers, to rule without the approval of congress or the consent of the governed. Yet, Eric Dyson, apparently, still believes white supremacists are running the county?

Eric Dyson is also a university professor. He is a man with an enormous platform, which he uses (as evidenced by the video) to spread toxic, divisive, race-baiting, Marxist, anti-American rhetoric on a regular basis. A quick Wikipedia search reveals a man with a distinguished college education yet, a man who, seemingly, remains committed to behaving like a street hustler. Wikipedia quotes Michael A. Flethcer, who describes Dyson as "a Princeton PhD and a child of the streets who takes pains never to separate the two".

Wikipedia further describes Dyson as someone who became an ordained Baptist minster at the age of 19, which is mind-boggling considering he is also the man who suggested that it is "homoerotic" for men to love Jesus.

It seems rather clear that this "child of the streets" - as "educated" as he may be - cares very little about what or how something needs to be said, in order to advance his hostile, intolerant, leftist, political agenda.

African-American, former slave, Booker T. Washington, long ago, warned about the Eric Dyson's of the world:

""There is a class of colored people who make a business of keeping the troubles, the wrongs, and the hardships of the Negro race before the public. Some of these people do not want the Negro to lose his grievances, because they do not want to lose their jobs. There is a certain class of race-problem solvers who don't want the patient to get well."

Individuals such as Eric Dyson, it seems, are making out like a bandit at the expense of the social, political, cultural, spiritual, and economic health of an entire nation.

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