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Mychal Massie: Black History Month should be about "anti-white segregation"

Mychal Massie
Mychal Massie
National Black Republicans Association 2009

In a Feburary 3rd, 2014 column for WorldNetDaily, Mychal Massie once again rails at the African American population, or more specifically, at Black History month, which he insists should be sent "to the ash heaps of history."

Since a complete denial of all contributions by the African American community is not liable to ever happen, however, Massie proposes an alternative: Spending the entire month ranting and raving about the knockout game and anti-white segregation.

"The one thing you won’t hear during Black History Month is what blacks are able to get away with today," he writes, "which, if taken in context, shows the tolerance of America that they won't be talking about in classrooms during Black History Month.

"They won’t be talking about the fact that blacks aren’t shot on sight in areas where 'Knockout' is taking place. For those unfamiliar, the Knockout game is what black thugs play where they suddenly and unexpectedly punch unsuspecting white persons in the face for sport."

Ignoring the severe lack of any credibility to the knockout game conspiracy theory, it evidently did not occur to Massie that he was complaining about it during Black History month, ergo his statement is disproved on arrival.

"I'm tired of the lies – charlatans posing as eruditionists and parroting myths and distortions about what slavery was or wasn't," he continues (still free of the burdens of reality). "Jim Crow is over, and the only overt segregation taking place today is perpetrated by black groups such as the Congressional Black Caucus, the Nation of Islam and the New Black Panthers."

Of course, if Mychal Massie were really "tired of the lies," he probably wouldn't have written that column in which he accused President Obama of trying to brainwash kids into thinking they are gay.

Back in reality, the black community Massie demands to "get over it" was a clear victim of voter suppression as late as 2012.

The problem isn't blacks discriminating against whites. It's that the majority of Americans, black and white alike, are wise to the plots against democracy perpetuated by Massie's sponsors and not about to let them get away with it.

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