Professor Michael Eric Dyson is nothing without his race card. So naturally, when he appeared this morning on MSNBC, he brought it with him:
Apparently not. Here’s what he told show host Alex Wagner:
“We have to often tell people who get defensive when we talk about race as an analogy, let’s make an analogy to terrorism: You know how you felt on 9/11? Yeah, that’s how we feel when it comes to race.”
It’s sickening. But, believe it or not, Dyson had even more moral maggotry lurking in his twisted mind.
He went on to offer up a disturbing hypothesis: Only if more white children die will all Americans truly be able to understand how minorities suffer at the hands of racial oppressors:
So now we get more approximate to the truth of what race is in this country. As for Eric Holder, look: the reality is you gotta act now. The president, you won the second term. You’re in office. You are ensconced. Do something courageous, bold, and helpful. Not only to African American people but to America. Because unless we do this, white Americans and others will feel that this was a justifiable verdict, this is how things happen. Not until, and unless, the number of white kids die that approximate the numbers of black and other kids who die, will America see. It’s beyond logic. It’s about rationality. It’s about let’s get something done. I think the attorney general will look at this and I think it’s time for him to act.”
Absolute moral depravity.