Where do they find these people? I know, I know, academia, but still…
Just two weeks after asserting that children belong to the state, and not their parents, affirmative action beneficiary Melissa Harris-Perry is back to chastise the public for thinking that YoYo1 and YoYo2’s muslimism had something to do with them being the type to shred bodies and tear off limbs. With her is another affirmative action instructor, Michael Eric Dyson, he of the “any criticism of Obama is racist” claim, who tag teams on this one: this kind of deep thought requires two addled brains, not just one. The fat guy goes first:
“So you take one part of the element, that he’s Muslim. But he also might have listened to classical music, he might have had some Lil Wayne. He might have also gone to and listened to a lecturer.”
Harris-Perry then asked why the brothers’ religious faith is automatically seen as the most plausible explanation for why they carried out the attacks.
“I keep wondering — is it possible that there would ever be a discussion like, ‘Oh, this is because of Ben Affleck and the connection between Boston and movies about violence?’” Harris-Perry said. “And, of course, the answer is no. Of course no one will even think this is about those things.”
She’s got us there, white folks. Isn’t it just as plausible they were angered by a bad performance of “The Turkish March”? In the world of pseudo-academics, it is indeed.
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