Breitbart To NAACP: “You Can Go To Hell…I Have Evidence Of Racism And It’s Coming From The NAACP”

WASHINGTON - OCTOBER 21:  Andrew Breitbart holds a news conference on 'ACORN Revealed: The Philadelphia Story' at the National Press Club October 21, 2009 in Washington, DC. During the  press conference Breitbart showed new video material as well as new footage of ACORN officials.  (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Andrew Breitbart was on Scott Hennen’s show this morning and had some choice words for the NAACP. He also claims to have video evidence of racism at NAACP events.

He also suggests that the NAACP has veered so far to the left with this resolution that Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton have actually stayed away from it.

Breitbart: “Let me say something a tad newsworthy to the president of the NAACP. You can go to hell. You are manufacturing this in a summer in which the economy is the number one issue effecting blacks and whites in this country. This country can ill-afford the schism of race to be exploited the way you are based on the false premise of the tea party being racist. I have tapes…tape of racism and it’s an NAACP dinner. You want to play with fire? I have evidence of racism and it’s coming from the NAACP. This is absolutely manufactured for political gain…

Scott Hennen: By the way, good point. The Washington Times today talks about direct ties between the NAACP and the Black Panthers. Where are they on the “cracker” “kill the white baby” talk? Where are they on what happened in Philly?

Breitbart: Where is the resolution to condemn the racism coming from the black panthers and killing cracker babies? Why is the mainstream media ignoring that story while playing up the non-existent story of the n-word being hurled at Congressmen Lewis and Carson?

There does seem to be a bit of a double-standard at work.

Rob Port

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