There is nothing wrong with black people who are social conservatives. But when black people blatantly ignore the problems of systemic racism in this country and how it continues to hinder the black community, something is wrong.
There are some blacks who will do and say absolutely anything to gain the approval or acceptance of the dominant society. These blacks will ignore the plight of black society caused by the system of white supremacy, but instead will make egregious declarations such as the black demise is a result of “black people not having fathers in their homes.”
Racist media networks, such as Fox News, tend to use black sellouts as pawns to repeat their racist rhetoric in order to appease their white supremacist demographic. These blacks will get on television and claim that police officers are basically above reproach and inherently forthright, especially after they’ve gunned down unarmed, non-threatening black people. Coons will repeat white supremacist rhetoric, arguing that the African-American victims were “thugs,” and police officers are warranted to kill with impunity.
Uncle Toms will also refuse to support black movements, especially if they call for civil justice and equality for black people. In this article, I decided to pay a tribute to these coons in light of Black History Month by acknowledging them and their buffoonery. Below are the top 12 blacks (coons) with a vendetta against blacks:
1.) Larry Elder
Host of The Larry Elder Show and Fox News pundit, self-hating Elder has vehemently claimed that “racism is not a major issue in this country.” He’s gone on to add that “Blacks are trained to think that racism is a problem … and believe that the criminal justice system is oppressing them.” Moreover, Elder claims that the country can’t be that racist because “Barack Obama was elected President.”
Elder believes that America shouldn’t be concerned about police officers killing unarmed blacks with impunity, but instead focused on “black on black crime,” because “blacks commit 50% of the homicides in this country.” Furthermore, “the real issue” is that “black fathers aren’t in the homes,” and “blacks are committing far more crimes against white people than whites commit against black people.”
2.) Reverend Jesse Lee Peterson
Reverend Jesse Lee Peterson held an interview on The Jesse Peterson Show with Pastor Daniel Hill of River City Community Church–who is a white male–and the pastor argued a point made in Michelle Alexander’s: The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness, that blacks are incarcerated at a higher rate than whites for committing the same crimes. Amazingly, Peterson angrily countered that fact by stating, “So you really believe some stupid black woman who wrote The New Jim Crow and you fell for that?”
He has also stated in other interviews that “Blacks are suffering due to a lack of moral character, not racism.” And, “When it comes to the white and black issues, most black Americans are racist and resentful of white Americans … and instead of facing their racism they say that ‘it’s the white man,'” says Peterson. He has even argued that “96% of black people are racist” and “Thank God for slavery because had not, then blacks over here would have been stuck in Africa.”
3.) Tommy Sotomayor
Radio and internet talk show host of TNN Raw, Tommy Sotomayor is known for spewing mere hatred towards the black community, specifically dark-skinned black women. “I cannot stand the majority of black women. I cannot stand them … I hate dark-skinned black women,” said Sotomayor. He claims that, “Almost everytime that I’ve had a light-skinned chic or a mixed chic on my show that I disagree with, the mixed chic would listen to what I was saying and acknowledge the points in what I said … There was a completely different dynamic when it came to the dark-skinned chics who when you would tell them something, there was always a fight and argument, and they never had enough class to just not argue with me.”
Sotomayor is typically quite vehement and forthcoming about his disdain for women of color and his love for white women. “You wonder why people would rather lay up with a white woman … black women are stupid … You know damn well them ghetto, hair-hats, permed out bitc-es is gone do something stupid!” Furthermore, he believes that, “There is no way black men would choose a black woman over a white woman.” As a matter of fact, Sotomayor fell madly in love with a white woman, Lana, whom he’d brought onto his show many times and made it very clear that she was superior to all black women. However, months later he found his white “queen” sleeping with another man in his bed.
If this isn’t atrocious enough, Sotomayor even supports white supremacy. Actually, many of his videos have been published on white supremacists social media platforms such as Storm Front—a KKK website, to support the racist and stereotypical rhetoric that they claim signifies black people. “And you wonder why white folks shootin’ niggas when they see them. And you wonder why white folks fear niggas when they see them. Because you stupid muthafu–kas ruin everything! ” exclaimed Sotormayor.
4.) Johnathan Gentry
Minister Johnathan Gentry of the West Angeles Church of God In Christ has frequently been a guest on Fox News speaking out against Black Lives Matter. “My advice to every presidential candidate out there … ask them [Black Lives Matter protesters] before you wanna talk to me, about me running any type of presidency, why are you not cleaning up your own community if black lives matter?” He went onto suggest that “Black lives matter only because they want to protest for thugs … They wanna go to police stations, and they wanna protest, and disrespect other people.”
Gentry created a video on Youtube that went viral, claiming that “All we [black people] know how to do is blame the police and white folks for our actions … All we know how to do is march and riot and loot.” Of course Fox News ate his rhetoric alive and brought him on to elaborate on his stance.
Recently, Gentry created another Youtube video going on a rant about his thoughts on Beyonce’s NFL halftime performance. “There is a huge double standard. You can’t tell one group ‘sit down, shut up, what you do is racist, offensive to me, put your confederate flag away!’ While we wanna parade and shove how we feel down every one else’s throat,” he claimed. Moreover, Gentry added, “You and I know, let’s just be real, let’s cut the crap. You and I know if anyone else did a performance and they wanted to represent their heritage or how they feel about the past or history, and it was racially motivated like hers was yesterday, we will be pissed.”
5.) Pastor James Manning
Pastor James Manning of Atlah World Missionary Church in Harlem and host of internet show The Manning Report is notorious for his extremely bigoted opinions about black people, gays, and President Barack Obama. He strongly advocates that “racism is alive, but only in black people.”
Pastor Manning believes that “God is sick of black people.” Furthermore, he refers to black women that disagrees with him as “nappy-head,” and also recommends that all black women “Get a white man.” He spews false statistics that “70% of black men don’t take care of their families; they don’t take care of their children.”
But recently he has gone on a campaign to advocate for Donald Trump. “Donald Trump is a gracious man … he sat down two and a half hours with black church people, black pastors from different denominations … Never once in the midst of them begging him to bow down to black people, never once he lost his composure … He is a humble, patient, generous, but a strong leader who is clear, and has the strength to know he’s clear.” Pastor Manning’s appreciation is so profound for Trump that he admitted to endorsing Trump and pushing for Harlem residents to vote for him in the presidential election.
6.) Deneen Borelli
Chief political correspondent for the Conservative Review and Fox News contributor, Deneen Borelli, is known for her extremely conservative views on racial issues. When the white armed terrorist group took over a government building in Oregon, Borelli supported the group, claiming that they were merely “individuals trying to save their property from an overgrowth of government.” However, when Borelli was asked why she thinks the media had been portraying the Oregon group as a militia, instead of referring to them as thugs as they had black protesters, her response was, “What happened in Missouri is really outrageous because you had individuals who were very destructive, they destroyed property, they destroyed their communities. We’re looking at Oregon. Right now these individuals are being peaceful.”
7.) Sheriff David Clarke
Milwaukee county sheriff David Clarke is known for criticizing the Black Lives Matter tactics and spewing his unsubstantiated rhetoric on Fox News and CNN. It’s apparent that he’s against the Black Lives Matter movement because they demand accountability for police officers. However, he claims that his disdain for Black Lives Matter is a result of the fact that “There is no police brutality in America. We ended that back in the sixties. So I don’t know where they’re coming from. If you look at the data and the research, and there’s a new Harvard study out that shows that there is no racism in the hearts of police officers. They go about their daily duty, if you will, to keep communities safe.” He went on to add is that the Black Lives Matter protesters and movement “needs to be eradicated from American society.”
When asked his opinion about Beyonce’s halftime performance, Sheriff Clarke stated, “Beyonce in those Black Panther-type uniforms, would that be acceptable if a band, a white band came out in hoods and white sheets in the same sort of fashion? We would be appalled and outraged. The Black Panthers are a subversive hate group in America.”
8.) Kevin Jackson
Conservative radio host and author of Race Pimping, Kevin Jackson has frequented Fox News to spew his belief that “every time something involves a black person, you have people … who are waiting for the phone call to say ‘go stir up trouble.'” He went on to suggest that bad policing “happens” and “you’re not gonna see Asians rioting over this when this happens to them because everybody realizes that mistakes can be made.” Overall, black people should get over police brutality because police officers “make mistakes” sometimes.
9.) Stephen A. Smith
ESPN commentator Stephen A. Smith is renowned for his controversial beliefs on racial issues. In the past, Smith has claimed that “of the reported 96 NFL players arrested for domestic violence in the last 15 years, 2 are white.” He also spoke out against the Black Lives Matter movement, proclaiming “Where is all the noise about #BlackLivesMatter when black folks are killing black folks?”
10. Stacy Dash
In the recent years, actress Stacy Dash has emerged as a very controversial Fox News contributor. She has been suspended for two weeks by the network for suggesting that President Obama doesn’t “give a sh-t about terrorism” while on air.
Recently, Dash has been feeling the heat after her racy comments during an interview on Fox & Friends. “There shouldn’t be a black history month” because there isn’t a white history month. Furthermore, Dash suggests that a means to get rid of “segregation” is “To get rid of channels like BET and the BET Awards and the Image Awards where you’re only awarded if you’re black. If it were the other way around, we would be up in arms. It’s a double standard.”
11.) Rapper Nipsey Hussle
West Coast rapper Nipsey Hussle offended black women after he supported a twitter user named “1FlyMexican” who tweeted, “Blacc Females R A Disgrace To Blacc Culture.” Hussle responded, “@1FlyMexican, I can’t retweet that but I’m LMAO TRU shit.”
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