CNN New Day host Poppy Harlow brought on Georgetown University race-baiter Michael Eric Dyson Wednesday to answer the question every media leftist wants to discuss: does President Trump want America to return to white supremacy? Needless to say, Dyson took this setup and ran with it.
Dyson, an expert in gangsta rap and hip-hop who has defended cop-killer Mumia Abu-Jamal and blamed 9/11 on American imperialism, ranted that Trump was “complicit” with the “worst kinds of bigotry” but the terrorist groups Antifa and Black Lives Matter want to “preserve the fabric of America.” Harlow, of course, did nothing to challenge Dyson’s hateful screed.
Here’s how this disgraceful segment went down. Harlow asked Dyson to address Trump’s stance on the leftist mob’s nihilistic lust (my description, not hers of course) for destroying American historical monuments. Dyson then went straight into his vicious tirade about Trump:
HARLOW: Michael, the president said that we are — about the monuments, about the Confederate monuments yesterday, that we are trying to erase — “we” being American people — it is trying to erase history, change culture, by taking them down. That sort of completely ignores the fact that they are representing a sanitized, fictionalized history. If you look back at these beautiful remarks from Mitch Landrieu earlier this year who quoted the vice president of the Confederacy, Alexander Stephens. He talked about that cornerstone speech when he said, that the great truth is that the “N word” is not equal to the white man, that slavery and subordination to the superior race is his natural and normal condition. What did you make of how the president addressed these monuments yesterday?
DYSON: This man is lethally ignorant, incapable of even having a kindergartner’s comprehension of race. For those who say look, the Confederacy is about history and heritage, it is. The history and heritage of racism! The history and heritage of bigotry. Building their sense of biological and in many cases theological and national identity upon a lie, a mythology of white supremacy. The belief that some people are inherently superior and some people are inherently inferior. For the president then to defend the actions against taking down Robert E. Lee, or stonewall Jackson — remember, these people hated America enough to want the secede from it. The people that we claim, black lives matter, the antifa movement and so on, are interested in preserving the fabric of America…
[W]hat the president especially fails to understand is that you are complicit with the worst currents of bigotry in this country when you try to draw a false equivalence between cessationists, racists and Confederate defenders and bigots and neo-Nazis and African-American and white people and others who have defended the rights of this nation to really seek a path of healing beyond the consternation we see now.
That’s the problem with this president, he ain’t [sic] got the right moral vision, he doesn’t have the right words to express that moral vision, and he lacks an understanding of American history. This is the most illiterate, incompetent president in the history of this nation and it shows and it tells on him in the midst of this racial crisis where he is incapable of showing basic decent compassion for those who are vulnerable and who are victims of white supremacy in this country.