Paul Ryan says Obama won the urban vote. Chris Matthews calls him racist. #Shocker—
The Young Cons (@YoungCons) November 15, 2012
Sigh. Yes, sadly predictable. As Twitchy reported, Paul Ryan praised Obama’s campaign ground game. That was cause for shrieks from the Left. Why? Because he dared to mention how well the president did in urban areas. So, of course, wacko Chris Matthews had to jump on the race-baiting bandwagon with the latest entry in the Handbook of Racial Code Words: Urban.
Urban is totally a dog whistle!
More from NewsBusters:
“This guy Paul Ryan, who I still don’t think is right for primetime yet by any means, talking about the urban vote,” fumed Matthews. “No, they won the other side because they got the most, because they won fair and square which is the first thing Ryan said.”
“Why did he have to go step on his own headline ‘They won fair and square’ by saying, ‘Oh it was the black vote?'” Matthews preposterously asked. “Basically, that’s what he was saying.”
Basically, you are an idiot, sir. Of course, when Joan Walsh uttered the dreaded “U” word later, not a peep from wacko Matthews. Twitter users immediately pushed back against this latest absurdity.
Yes, yes it is. Just like it’s racist when Progressives of Pallor like Bill Maher assume that all minorities are poor and take the bus. Or when Hollyweird Obama cultist Ellen Barkin thinks that all “those people” must think and vote alike, and that the poor “brown people’ can’t possibly need identification in order to fully function in society.
Hey, Tingles, what about all these raaaaaacist news articles?!?
Huh. What say you, Matthews? We’d wait, but we suspect that you are still too busy sickly hailing Hurricane Sandy, and its fatal destruction, for aiding President Obama’s campaign.