The mainstream media is essentially yawning over Alec Baldwin's racially charged tirade against a black newspaper photographer. After all, Baldwin is one of Hollywood's most outspoken liberals, and therefore he gets far more protection than your average celebrity.
One intrepid radio show didn't get the shhhh! memo, apparently.
When comedian Tracy Morgan called in to a Charlotte radio station featuring the Drex & Maney Mornings program, the comic demanded his former 30 Rock co-star apologize for his words - assuming Baldwin truly said them.
Morgan was careful to use the word “if” in chastising Baldwin, who allegedly called black photographer G.N. Miller a “coon,” and “drug dealer....”
“If he called somebody a coon, he should apologize,” a worked-up Morgan told WNKS-FM in Charlotte, NC.
Baldwin has denied using the racially vile words.
Morgan got pulled over by the P.C. police two years ago after he joked on stage that he would stab his son if the lad spoke in a gay voice. An extensive apology tour ensued.