I just came across a hit piece by so-called “responsible journalist” Johnathan Capehart, who took the position of defending the race-baiting network we affectionately call MSNBC, or is the other way around. I am not sure if Capehart and MSNBC Thomas Roberts have a loving relationship but it’s very clear that John took up for the network’s position during the interview instead of listening to what GOP representative had to say.
Capehart, a black employee hired by the Washington Post, dismissed Orlando Watson, the Republican National Committee Communications Director for Black Media, performance as “a melange of talking points and bluster.” Capehart went further to associate Watson’s performance to someone drowning.
This is once again a calculated piece of ‘destruction news’ designed to gain an interview with said network MSNBC and to show his shining teeth and grin that he tried to take down another black man who have his own opinion on how solutions can help the black community and not be associated with the Democrat Party.
Here is the video from yesterday’s interview:
Not once did Capehart chastise Roberts for continuing to misrepresent the Growth and Opportunity Project calling it the liberal slang term of “Autopsy Report,” after he was asked not to. This Washington Post so-called journalist then writes
“…..other reactions to Watson on my Twitter feed were down right offensive. He was branded a “token,” “boot licker” and “not black.” Someone said Watson needed to “turn in [his] bro card.” And I’m sure much worse was said elsewhere on Twitter and on the Web.”
However, not only does Johnathan let his readers know that his feed is 96% followed by Democrats but he didn’t report the other side of the coin. The Washington Post as we know it is liberal in nature so I don’t feel bad in showing you other praise towards Watson.
— Nicholas Bailey (@I_Am_NickBailey) December 4, 2013
RNC Spokesman Orlando Watson: “What exactly has the president done for the black community?” (VIDEO) http://t.co/1rmwxYhsDz
— Libertarian Republic (@TheLibRepublic) December 4, 2013
— Candace Brown (@CandaceTX) December 4, 2013
Basically, Capeheart concludes his column by saying that people who attack others inappropriately on twitter are just as bad as being a black republican out of line. Enough is enough!