Breitbart is laughing his ass off right now in his grave.
The media responded just like he thought they would with the latest video of Obama recently released by Breitbart.com:
You really need to spend a few minutes watching the video because it is a classic example of our (unbiased) media backing their horse in the race. In it we see the CNN host, Soledad O’Brien, dismiss the video. When Breitbart.com editor-in-chief Joel Pollak explained the significance, that being the relationship between the racist professor Derrick Bell and Barack Obama, O’Brien tries to school Pollack, and in so doing gets schooled herself:
“Derrick Bell is the Jeremiah Wright of academia,” Pollak stated. “He passed away last year, but during his lifetime, he developed a theory called critical race theory, which holds that the civil rights movement was a sham and that white supremacy is the order and it must be overthrown.”
“So that is a complete misreading,” O’Brien interrupted. “I’ll stop you there for a second — then I’ll let you continue. That is a complete misreading of critical race theory. That’s an actual theory. You could Google it and some would give you a good definition. So that’s not correct. But keep going.”
“In what way is it a critical misreading?” Pollak countered. “Can you explain to me? Explain to your readers (sic) what it is,”
“I’m going to ask you to continue on,” O’Brien quickly replied. “I’m just going to point out that that is inaccurate. Keep going. Tell me what the bombshell is. I haven’t seen it yet.”
Pollack keeps his cool as O’Brien loses it and after repeatedly being asked to explain to her viewers what Critical Race Theory is she, as Ed Morrissey describes, “beclowns” herself:
“Critical race theory looks into the intersection of race and politics and the law and as a legal academic who would study this and write about it, he would advance the theory about what exactly happened when the law was examined in terms of racial politics,” O’Brien explained. “There is no white supremacy in that. It is a theory. It’s an academic theory and as one of the leading academics at Harvard Law School, he was one of the people as part of that conversation. So that is a short definition.”
But that’s what happens when a ‘unbiased” network producer uses Wikipedia to try and save their host.
Oh, and what do you know, that Wikpedia entry got changed today.
The coup de grâce?
When another panelist on the show accuses Pollack of being racist:
Then Panelist Jay Thomas interjected. He asked if Pollak was afraid that a secret black movement was going to rise up and murder him.
Guess he didn’t know that Pollack is married to a black woman.
The lengths that our media will go in defending this poor excuse of a President is exactly what Andrew wanted to prove. And prove it he did.
Visitor logs show that Derrick A. Bell visited the White House twice since President Obama took office. The logs show two visits by an individual of that name on January 29 and 31, 2010.
Well why wouldn’t he? Bell was REQUIRED reading for Obama’s students.
Ain’t that special?