CNN contributor L.Z. Granderson on Thursday morning’s Newsroom:
“Behind the buzzwords and the euphemisms, deceit lurks:”
“You know, religious freedom, for instance, right? You know they aren’t fighting for Muslims and mosques. They’re fighting for Christianity and Judeo-Christianity.”
Someone has to. The US government and the MSM are trying their best to eradicate those religions.
Republicans “aren’t fighting for Muslims and mosques,” said Granderson of their claims of “religious freedom,” but simply “fighting for Christianity.”
Hmm, I always suspected Christians Â to be a bit simplistic. But they’re not really fighting, at least not yet…..
Republicans are deceitfully playing with words to avoid being slammed as homophobes, racists, and bigots, claimed CNN contributor L.Z. Granderson on Thursday morning’s Newsroom. Anchor Kyra Phillips simply let Granderson air his liberal diatribe without any challenge, and no conservative guest was brought on to respond.
In other words, if we Â don’t support slavery, polygamy, child-marriage, FGM, wife-beating and the killing of blasphemers and Jews we are somehow racist bigot Islamophbes who cling Â to our guns and religion. Or something….
Granderson also claimed that candidates hide behind the phrase “family values” to avoid a direct reference to same-sex couples, and thus are able to oppose same-sex marriage without being called homophobes.
The duo hinted that Republicans are afraid of charges of racism. Phillips later asked “how do we talk about national security without sounding racist?” Granderson, at the end, insisted that “we need to start having a real honest conversation about this, and go ahead and talk about race being part of this.”
“[T]he more you deny it, the more you look like you’re guilty,” said Granderson.
A brief transcript of the segment Â followsÂ (NewsBusters)
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