Race baiter Jesse Jackson is at it again, this time making completely biased and not even remotely relevant remarks about Phil Robertson’s view of homosexuality. Jackson, of course, somehow brings the race card into the discussion saying that Phil Robertson is “more offensive” than Rosa Parks’ bus driver.
ABC recently obtained a statement where Jesse Jackson addressed the statements Phil Robertston made expressing his beliefs about homosexuality. Almost as if Jesse Jackson didn’t understand the situation, he went out of his way to lean on his “racism crutch” saying, “These statements uttered by Robertson are more offensive than the bus driver in Montgomery, Alabama, more than 59 years ago.”
Rambling about the two completely unrelated points, Jackson stated:
“At least the bus driver, who ordered Rosa Parks to surrender her seat to a white person, was following state law. Robertson’s statements were uttered freely and openly without cover of the law, within a context of what he seemed to believe was ‘white privilege.’”
How this had anything to do with race is beyond me. Of course, making his money by playing the race card, hypocritical Jackson stoked the fire. The white bus driver may have been following state law, but does that give the right to bypass moral rights and wrongs?
Fortunately for Robertson, he was speaking under something a little higher state law. He was speaking freely under the foundation of our country and federal law—a little thing we call the constitution. Roberston was rightfully expressing his views on homosexuality under his freedoms of speech and religion—you know, the same thing that allows Jesse Jackson to claim racism where it doesn’t exist in order to fill his pockets.
Phil Robertson continues to stick to his guns with millions of Americans standing behind him. Last Sunday, Phil Robertson spoke to a small church gathering where he mentioned, “I will not give or back off from my path.”
There still is no word on when Jesse Jackson will abide by his racial obligations and address the truly racist “knockout games.” In a land where racism is almost extinct, it is truly sad to see hypocrites trying to keep it alive as both a crutch to lean on and a way to make money.
The worst oppressors of African-Americans are people like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton who imprison the minds of their fellow citizens with fictitious racism.
When is it time that the hypocritical Jesse Jackson is held responsible for the hurt he causes his own people in order to benefit himself?