Soledad OBrien's Embarrassing, Biased Interview
Soledad O'Brien demonstrated one of the most egregious and embarrassing cases of media bias I've ever seen this morning after arguing with Harvard Law grad Joel Pollak about race at Harvard and Critical Race Theory. O'Brien got so over her head, she leaned upon a panelist who reverted to race card as his argument.
I also reject the claim from one of the panelists that the "Breitbart organization is smearing Derrick Bell" -- this is neither about Bell nor Obama, rather it's about the media's extreme bias and their work, according to Obama's mentor Charles Olgetree who said they hid the video, as evident in Soledad's work and failure in trying to derail Pollack this morning.
Shameful, embarrassing, and again the question goes unanswered: where was the media four years ago? Why didn't PBS air the entire footage, uninterrupted, without overdubbing so as to actually hear the remarks? If the video was "nothing," why did Olgetree hide it? Why now, when the video is presented, does the media feel it has to run defense for President Obama? Why can't we ask about the relationship between the two men? Why can't we ask about Bell's radical thoughts on Critical Race Theory and his film about white Americans selling blacks into slavery to alleviate the national debt while Jews stand by? If the footage is "nothing," then why are they all pushing back so hard?
ON BREITBART TV