Reporter: Obama Privately Put Out Word at Dinner That Opposition to Him was Based on ‘Subterranean’ Racist Impulses

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This is important. Since 2007, Hillary Clinton partisans were complaining that while Obama pretended to be post-racial, in fact he was sending out his minions to make the bitterly racist attacks, while he floated above it all, clean.

They couldn’t actually prove their case — well, they knew Obama’s supporters were making these bitterly-racist arguments on a daily basis, and that Obama did little to restrain them, but they couldn’t prove he directed such attacks.

Same thing in the general election, of course — Obama spoke behind closed doors about “bitter clingers” in Pennsylvania with their guns, religion, and racism, but pretended to be post-racial in public declarations. And his minions of course savagely attacked any who opposed him, often in racial terms.

I was just watching (for the first time) John Ziegler’s Media Malpractice and I was struck how the media cast every charge against Obama — such as Palin’s statement that he “palled around with terrorists” — as “racist.”…

…In this way, 90% of Obama’s election campaign was highly racialized — anyone opposing him was a racist, and every criticism made of him was also racist, and therefore not worthy of discussion…

…Now, it has long been claimed that Obama’s minions and the media (but I repeat myself) are just coming up with these nasty attacks themselves, and that our post-racial president has nothing, nothing at all to do with them.

Now we have proof from a reporter that’s a lie.

Obama Reportedly Suggested Tea Partiers Are Partially Motivated By Race.Kenneth T. Walsh, in a “Special Report” for US News Weekly (2/26) titled, “Race in the Era of Obama,” writes that in May 2010, President Obama “told guests at a private White House dinner that race was probably a key component in the rising opposition to his presidency from conservatives, especially right-wing activists in the anti-incumbent ‘Tea Party’ movement. … A guest suggested that when Tea Party activists said they wanted to ‘take back’ their country, their real motivation was to stir up anger and anxiety at having a black president, and Obama didn’t dispute the idea. He agreed that there was a ‘subterranean agenda’ in the anti-Obama movement — a racially biased one.”

Read Ace’s entire article here.

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