by Jeff Davis
I love it when these nasty little minorities fall out with one another! Now it’s Washington Post columnist Richard Cohen who has run afoul of the caterwauling liberal cockroaches on the Internet.
The Washington Post reports: “Richard Cohen has a knack for making venom-spewing enemies out of people who should be his allies.”
“Like on Tuesday, when The Washington Post columnist wrote about New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s chances in the 2016 Iowa Republican caucuses and took a detour to consider Bill de Blasio, New York City’s newly elected mayor, and his multiracial family: ‘People with conventional views must repress a gag reflex when considering the mayor-elect of New York — a white man married to a black woman and with two biracial children. This family represents the cultural changes that have enveloped parts — but not all — of America. To cultural conservatives, this doesn’t look like their country at all.’”
If a White man made a similar statement, he’d never work in journalism again, but Jews tend to get a “pass” for things that end the careers of Gentiles. Cohen is simply stating a fact. De Blasio makes normal people want to vomit. But then, so does New York City.
The Post goes on: “The baying for Cohen’s head on the internet quickly ensued — primarily from liberals who might otherwise consider Cohen, who has been a left-of-center presence on the newspaper’s op-ed page for a generation, one of their own. The Huffington Post slapped a big photo of Cohen, 72, on its media page and roared, ‘Dear Washington Post: Please Fire This Man…’”
“There was more critical coverage, from, among others, the Atlantic, Salon, Gawker, Slate, MSNBC.com and even The Post’s Wonkblog, which helpfully pointed out that 87 percent of Americans in a Gallup survey this year approved of interracial marriage.”
And if you believe that, I have a bridge in Brooklyn, I’d like to sell you. 87 percent of White people in America KNOW that the liberals will come screaming “RACIST” at them if they say what they really believe about race out loud in public, and so most people will lie to pollsters on issues like this since they aren’t going to tell a stranger on the phone something that might get them fired or ostracized. If you can ask them off the record if they care if their children turn Gay or become race-mixers, you’ll get a distinctly different response.
The article notes “Cohen begs to differ. Strongly. ‘I don’t understand it,’ said the columnist, who lives in New York City. ‘What I was doing was expressing not my own views but those of extreme right-wing Republican tea party people. I don’t have a problem with interracial marriage or same-sex marriage. In fact, I exult in them. It’s a slander’ to suggest otherwise. ‘This is just below the belt. It’s a purposeful misreading of what I wrote. I think it’s reprehensible to say that because you disagree with something that you should fire me. That’s what totalitarians do’”
Actually he was expressing the view of mainstream White people, not Tea Party extremists. Even some older Jews who grew up when America was a White nation are repulsed by what it has become. Did Cohen let his true feelings slip out in a senile moment? It sounds like he’s back to being a politically correct Jew now exulting (cough, cough) race-mixed families.
The writers at the Post have been promoting liberalism and political correctness for years. Don’t complain when it comes back to bite you on the butt.
I’m always fascinated to see who’s got the most stature in these little “dust ups” between liberal factions. Who’s on top: the liberal Establishment Jew or the vile little Obamanoid cyber-cockroaches of Salon or the Huffington Post liberals. The Jews always seem to ride it out. They’ll get a pass where anyone else would get the ax for saying something profoundly politically incorrect.