Black Senator Responds to Racist Remarks by NAACP Leader

There has been a growing trend over the past few years where black Democrats openly criticize conservative blacks.  They call them Uncle Toms, slaves, traders and now dummies.

Last month, Rev. William Barber, the President of the North Carolina NAACP traveled to South Carolina to criticize Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC).  Referring to Scott, Barber stated:

“A ventriloquist can always find a good dummy.”

“The extreme right wing down here (in South Carolina) finds a black guy to be senator and claims he’s the first black senator since Reconstruction and then he goes to Washington, D.C., and articulates the agenda of the tea party.”

Since making the comments about Scott and indicating that he isn’t black enough, Barber defended his comments saying that it is his responsibility to tell others about Scott.  Scott has said that people like Barber and others in the far left are terrified of black conservatives.

This week on Fox News’ Hannity, Scott spoke about Barber’s comments, saying:

“I gotta tell you, the bottom line for me is that unfortunately Rev. Barber’s comments can go uncontested by too many leaders without any question. My focus has always been on the opportunities that this country has afforded me.  I’ve been an elected Republican for 18 years now and unfortunately, I say unfortunately, I’ve had the opportunity to hear really abrasive comments toward me, insulting comments toward me, and Sean this is what really gets under my skin a little bit, is the fact that we have kids all over this country that are listening to these so-called leaders talking about other leaders and unfortunately what those kids walk away with is that ‘if I step out of line, if I think for myself, if I’m not a part of a monolithic thinking community that I’m somehow ostracized, kicked out and not relevant to the future of that community.”

It all comes down to the color of Obama’s skin.  Even though he is half white, black is the color that so many can see.  Anyone that disagrees with their black savior they fear and react by calling them names and do their best to tear down their character rather than address the issues that divides them.  So many blacks, like Barber are just like actor Samuel L. Jackson who recently told Ebony Magazine:

“I voted for Barack because he was black.  Cuz that’s why other folks vote for other people — because they look like them.”

… “That’s American politics, pure and simple.  [Obama’s] message didn’t mean sh*t to me.  When it comes down to it, they wouldn’t have elected a n-word.”

They expect every black in America to abandon all of their morals and values and support the black racist and socialist regime of Obama for the sole reason he looks like them.  They don’t care that his policies are stripping them of their freedoms, that he’s destroying the America we knew and has placed us on the verge of moral and economic collapse.

So when a black stands up and says he/she is conservative and disagrees with Obama, the rest of the black community burst out screaming against them as Barber did with Scott and as others have done to black leaders like former US Rep Allen West and Dr. Ben Carson.  They don’t know how to handle black conservatives since they have no values or morals to argue with.  The only thing left is character assassination which they seem to be very good at.

If only we had more blacks like Scott, West and Barber who have the courage to stand up against Obama and all of the criticism of the black leftists.  These are the men and women we need to help lead America away from Obama’s destructive path and put us back on course to salvage our nation before it’s too late.