| Tuesday May 31st 2016

Al-Jazeera Reports At A Sarah Palin Rally In Rural Ohio

Holy shit, this is intense. It takes Al Jazeera to do some real journalism in the US. Kinda makes you wonder if American media institutions get stuff like this on tape all the time, but “filter it out” before it makes to to the end-consumer.

Partial Transcript:

“I’m afraid if he wins, the blacks will take over. He’s not a Christian! This is a Christian nation! What is our country gonna end up like?”
“When you got a Nigger running for president, you need a first stringer. He’s definitely a second stringer.”
“He seems like a sheep – or a wolf in sheep’s clothing to be honest with you. And I believe Palin – she’s filled with the Holy Spirit, and I believe she’s gonna bring honesty and integrity to the White House.”
“He’s related to a known terrorist, for one.”
“He is friends with a terrorist of this country!”
“He must support terrorists! You know, uh, if it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it must be a duck. And that to me is Obama.”
“Just the whole, Muslim thing, and everything, and everybody’s still kinda – a lot of people have forgotten about 9/11, but… I dunno, it’s just kinda… a little unnerving.”
“Obama and his wife, I’m concerned that they could be anti-white. That he might hide that.”
“I don’t like the fact that he thinks us white people are trash… because we’re not!”

With the succinct and all to true conclusion by the reporter, “It’s a reminder that hate and fear are still powerful sources in American society.”

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4 Responses to “Al-Jazeera Reports At A Sarah Palin Rally In Rural Ohio”

  1. Jared says:

    wow, I can’t believe they got all of those people to take off their robes and hoods for the interview

  2. Michael says:

    wow. the combined iq of the interview was 140

  3. Jlc says:

    The Muslim Brotherhood controlled Al Jazeera aka Jihad TV can also filter out the good interviews, and you would expect such comments from a very religious rural area, if they decided to do it in California the interview wouldn’t be worth publishing.

  4. Lisa says:

    Although I completely disagree with, and am seriously saddened by the racist statements, I believe these people have the right to have those opinions via the First Amendment. The statements about Obama being a Muslim and being “related” to a known terrorist really anger me because they are false, and they are constantly perpetuated by the McCain-Palin campaign. And, the implication that being a Muslim automatically means he is unsuited for the Presidency also makes me angry. Maybe take solace in the fact that Ohio is also home to Rep. Dennis Kucinich?

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