Professor Marc Lamont Hill expressed the depth of his animosity toward President-elect Donald Trump Monday night during an panel discussion of “CNN Tonight” that defied all logic — unless it’s liberal logic.
Hill criticized Steve Harvey and other black people who have met with Trump in the past. He went on a rant, calling such meetings demeaning and berating those willing to meet with the president as “mediocre Negroes.”
“They keep bringing up comedians and actors and athletes to represent black interests. It’s demeaning, it’s disrespectful and it’s condescending,” he said. “Bring some people up there with expertise, Donald Trump, don’t just bring up people to entertain.”
Hill went on to say that he thought Harvey’s intentions were “appropriate,” but he disagreed with how Harvey’s being used by people like Donald Trump.
Bruce LeVell, director of the National Diversity Coalition for Trump, claimed that such an accusation was not appropriate since Hill wasn’t actually present during any of the meetings. That was actually a good point, but it was one that didn’t fall in line with the professor’s racist ideology, so he fired back.
“Yeah, it was a bunch of mediocre Negroes being dragged in front of TV as a photo-op for Donald Trump’s exploitative campaign against black people. And you are an example of that,” Hill said.
Yes, he actually said that. How insulting, and how untrue.
Here’s a clip of the video:
Remarks like this seem to defy logic, but apparently some blacks don’t want race relations in this country to improve because if they did, their cause would become irrelevant.
Monday night, Hill appeared to be one of those kinds of people. He would rather call black people names and attempt to tell them what to do than work to improve race relations.
He should be ashamed, but he’s a shameless Democrat.
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