Monday, February 6, 2012

Yvette Carnell: Was Roland Martin Over the Top with His Twitter Remarks?

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6 comments:

Timmulkey said...

His comment was a tounge in cheek statement about a sport commercial. Not about a sexual preference. CNN fired him but not a white female reporter that spewed out racial epithet shortly there after. Proof again that CNN and the other agencies are racially bias. Want more proof, look at the number of missing Mexican and black females. If they were white it would receive national coverage "in the name of justice"

Americans need to wake up and see that the powers that be have employed an age old tatic of conquer and divide through classification, economical, fear, and race tactics. SunTzu states that it is best not to fight to win a war.

An injustice has been to this reporter as well as the American Republic when a reporter is silenced, even if it was a joke.

Anonymous said...

All in the lies and hypocrisy in white America. I dont understand how an out numbered race is the ruling class.. Minorities we gotta get it together. Wake people they show themselves and how much power they think they have daily, what are you gonna do about it. Roland the truth will always.set you free and to those in denial it hurts bad... God bless ppl wake up..

Anonymous said...

I find it sad that people actually believe liberalism/socialism is the answer. What do you think theses liberal media outlets do? They keep putting you down and say the right are racist for wanting to free the Black community from dependency. Are you free if your government owns you?

Does your government look out for God, your fatherless children, and your freedom?

Truth be told the Left and this President would rather see you as pawns so that they can hold onto power.

The Black community can walk hand in hand with conservatives and and break the slavery that is dependency. Judas betrayed our Lord for coin and we shall not do the same.

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