Prof Claims Criticism of Susan Rice Based on Hatred of Black Women
The left uses the same old tired argument for everything. It’s so boring.
The Daily Caller reports:
Professor: Republicans Criticize Susan Rice Because They ‘Hate And Fear Black Women’
According to one college professor and journalist, the reaction to Susan Rice’s recently reported “unmasking” of Trump associates is racist.
That’s the opinion of Jason Johnson, a professor at Morgan State University and a journalist whose work has appeared on The Root, CNN and MSBNC.
In a Tuesday post for The Root entitled, “April Ryan, Maxine Waters and Now Susan Rice: Black Women Are Natural Enemies of Trump Administration,” Johnson writes, “[w]hen you know who your enemy is; when you know you’re just prey pretending to be a predator, you attack without hesitation.”
“Which explains why Trump-era Republicans are lashing out at any black woman they can find, whether it’s White House reporter April Ryan, Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters of California or, now, former national security adviser Susan Rice,” Johnson continues, “Trump-era Republicans hate and fear black women, and they’re convinced that their downfall will be at the hands of a black woman’s pen, policy or protest.”
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Gee, I seem to remember a great deal of offensive attacks by the Dems against Condoleeza Rice (the good Rice) and Clarence Thomas, just to name a few. Democrats have no issue with actual vile attacks on blacks and other minorities once they leave the liberal plantation.
The more likely explanation is that black women are overrepresented among Democrats, therefore Republican attacks on Democrats are more likely to affect black women. This may be an insufficiently sophisticated analysis for the Daily Caller.
These same people are the ones who claimed that anyone who didn’t like Obama was racist. I don’t like Chuck Schumer and Hillary, either. I guess that makes me anti-Jewish and misogynist? But I like Jared Kushner, Condoleeza Rice, and Clarence Thomas. Where do I stand in their identity politics?