Georgetown University law professor Michael Eric Dyson is no stranger to controversy. He was, after all, the same so-called “teacher” who was forced to apologize after proclaiming on MSNBC that more white kids need to die in schools in order for America to truly understand what racism is. Still, Dyson’s slippery tongue has yet to stop flapping.
After explaining to CBS’s “Face the Nation” why there’s no such thing as playing the race card–it’s a “continuum,” according to Dyson–the professor went all in. He compared former vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan to the bigot Cliven Bundy, accusing Rep. Ryan of using racist “code words.”
And what are those offensive “code words”?
“Inner city” and “urban.”
OMG! Shocking! I never knew Congressman Ryan had such a warped mind!
Seriously though, it’s high time for someone to convene a panel of all the tired old race-hustlers on television, from Dyson to Sharpton…and then just laugh in their faces. On the planet where Paul Ryan’s racial views are the same as Donald Sterling’s, Michael Eric Dyson’s appeal to the ladies must be the same as Channing Tatum’s.
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