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Gingrich Continues His 'Subtle' Racism By Referring to John King as 'John'

First it was Juan Williams. In the other South Carolina debate, Gingrich actually had the audacity and indecency to address Mr. Williams by the name Williams’ parents gave him.

Obviously, Gingrich’s insensitive remark towards Juan Williams showed signs of subtly racist language. Just ask former one term president, Jimma Carta.

Next is Chris Mathews. Sure he cackles like an old lady, come to think of it, kind of looks like one too, but when it comes to calling out conservatives for being evil and racists, well his ears and intuition are to Mathews as built in sonar is to bats.

You can read the entirety of the comment and judge for yourself:

Juan

Not convinced? OK. In case you missed last night’s debate, Gingrich “subtly” struck again. This time it was with last night’s CNN debate moderator, John King.

Speaking on Newt’s previous marriage:

KING: As you noted, Mr Speaker, this story did not come from our network. As you also know, it is a subject of conversation on the campaign. I’m not – I get your point. I take your point.

GINGRICH: John, John, it was repeated by your network. You chose to start the debate with it. Don’t try to blame somebody else. You and your staff chose to start this debate with it.

As it was with the infamous “Juan” meltdown, so it was with “John.” I’m still trying to make sense of the repetitive “John.” Notice he used “John” in rapid succession. There is no word as of yet from progressive code breakers but as soon as they release the results and meaning by behind Gingrich’s taunts, we will make sure it shared with our readers.

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