Wayne Dupree, also known as "News Ninja," is a popular conservative commentator, who travels around the country and reports on political issues in a uniquely snarky way that has earned him the admiration of his growing fan base.
Dupree was furious with comments recently made by MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry, as he made clear on his website Monday. He pulls no punches as he writes that Melissa Harris-Perry was "on the verge of a nervous breakdown," during a recent angry rant about the word “Obamacare.”
As reported at Liberty Unyielding, Harris-Perry said in part that the word “Obamacare” was
“conceived of by wealthy white men who needed to put themselves above and apart from a black man, to render him inferior and unequal, and to diminish his accomplishments.”
The News Ninja was none too happy with the comment, which was easily debunked here, and told the Examiner that he would like to have a word with Ms. Harris-Perry. He said he would "like to sit down" with the commentator and "just find out how and why she continues to skew history." He wants to know why she continues to "protect a president [who] is actually not defensible."
Dupree posted a video response to Harris-Perry's rant, where he challenged viewers to do something about the constant race-baiting, declaring,
"It's time to push back. It's time to Boycott MSNBC."
Of Melissa Harris-Perry, he said in part,
"She doesn't have any idea how stupid she sounds. She can't! Even to other liberals."
Speaking directly to Harris-Perry, a tenured professor, he said,
"I know that you know...no matter how false your argument is, you keep on pushing it because you know that your base is going to accept it."
He advises his fans, "It pains me to say this, it pains me to no avail...but it works for them. It's been working for them for the last fifty years." He said, "It's time not to be afraid of what these loony people call you."
"The Democrats started this race war. They have been doing this for a long time."
He lamented that the goal is to "keep black America angry, divided, separated..." He said, "This is who is educating our children."
On boycotting MSNBC, he said,
"I'm not playing when I say that...We are going to shut them down."