Sunday, April 1, 2012

Liz Trotta's Racial Gaffe Is Amazingly Terrible

While on Fox News contributor Liz Trotta had a hatefest with how black anchors have been covering the Treyvon Martin case. She railed against every African American that has made a peep about the case. She decried the unfair and "ugly to watch for it's latent bias and it's practical conviction of George Zimmerman". I guess she is standing by her Fox New brethren Geraldo Rivera when he single handedly convicted Treyvon Martin's hoodie as being "As Responsible For Trayvon Martin’s Death As George Zimmerman" or perhaps Sean Hannity when he said "Is It Possible It Was Just A Horrible Accident?

She singled out NBC and MSNBC (being "the worst offender") as having terrible black pundits. Among these Trotta singles out are Charles Blow of the New York Times columnist, Lester Holt and Tamron Hall. the latter two especially offended Trotta's sensibilities for doing a segment on "Rock Center with Brian Williams" Trotta said of them "Where's the objectivity in this and why do you involve your black reporters and anchors?". She then went on to say that sharing their personal stories "can only hurt their credibility."

Trotta saved her most damning comments for Rev. Al Sharpton who hosts the show Politics Nation on MSNBC. She slams the network for even letting Al Sharpton have a show on their network since he might actually share his opinion on the subject which would obviously be jaded by his skin color and should thereby have his voice disqualified from the discussion.

The moment of wonderfully subconscious truth happens at exactly 3 minutes and 39 seconds into the clip. It is at this point that Liz, while slamming MSNBC for saying that Sharpton brings a "Unique perspective" to the situation, says she knows that this phrase is code for when "they" (the liberal media) are reaching really far to make their liberal case without any facts to .... BLACK IT UP" .... YES..... "BLACK IT UP"!

I spit up my club soda!

Watch here via Mediate and remember to listen carefully at 3:39 into the clip...
Later on in the clip after the anchor Gregg Jarrett points out that African American Reverends Jessie Jackson and Al Sharpton are ignoring "black on black homicides in America" Liz chimes in "Well that's very true, this is the real world, the world you point out now is the world we live in which is black crime... ".

The world we live in is black crime....?!?!?!?!

I swear the subconscious mind is an amazing thing and Liz Trotta is an amazing racist.

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