Wayne Dupree, known as "News Ninja" to his fans, made a video yesterday criticizing the NAACP for claiming that “Duck Dynasty” patriarch Phil Robertson made racist comments, as reported Thursday at IBT.
After posting the video, Dupree was contacted by someone who claimed to be an "NAACP employee," who supported the "News Ninja" in his video statement, and also made some non-surprising revelations about the black advocacy group.
Dupree posted the exchange on his website yesterday, removing all personal information.
The NAACP employee also claimed that the reason that the NAACP got involved was not really because they were genuinely offended by Robertson's comments, but because public opinion seems to be on the side of the Duck Dynasty patriarch.
The employee claimed,
"Trust me, they are desperate & have been called up to do this [because] gays were losing battle; so they threw in the race thing to regain traction to get rid of Phil."
Additionally, he/she said,
"They [the NAACP] are out to silence black republicans too" because they are "getting real loud on the net..."
Earlier this year, Kevin Jackson of the theBlacksphere posted a story about how the NAACP "blacklisted black conservative, Deneen Borelli." The article claimed that Deneen Borelli, along with her husband, were
"told there was no room at the 104th conference when they tried to pay for booth space. Photos of the venue, however, clearly showed plenty of available space."
Wayne Dupree has been a vocal advocate for Robertson since it was revealed that the Duck Dynasty star was suspended from A&E, as reported at the Examiner.
Robertson was quickly condemned this week for his perceived "anti-gay" remarks after he was asked his opinion on what is "sinful" during a GQ interview. Expressing his opinion was enough for his network to "indefinitely" suspend the popular reality television star.
The chain restaurant "Cracker Barrel" also announced yesterday on Facebook that they "removed selected products" that they thought "might offend" some of their patrons.
Fobbs writes in part,
"The politically correct police would have all Americans embrace the reality and the thoughts and words that bring comfort to their secular immoral and highly politicized version of religious beliefs. Sorry, but this is not the way the millions of Robertson’s followers or the man himself think or feel."
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