Libtalker Mike Papantonio - who happens to be a frequent contributor to MSNBC - said on Westwood One's radio program Ring of Fire Saturday that the entire Republican Party, along with prominent conservatives Rush Limbaugh, Ann Coulter, and Michelle Malkin, are dimwitted, anti-Semitic racists (audio follows with partial transcript and commentary):
MIKE PAPANTONIO: The message is clear. “We’ve moved out in the open right now. This is who we are. We don’t want minorities. We don’t want Jews, don’t even apply to our Party. We’ve given up on you. We want the NASCAR white guy, and that’s all we’re going to go after.” And that’s what their Party’s turning into. […]
Michelle Malkin, Ann Coulter, Limbaugh, they know what they stand for. These Republicans that think they’re going to change America in a positive way, let’s call it what it is: you’ve become, if you have one of those cards in your pocket, and you don’t tear it up, this is what you are. You are a dinosaur racist who simply doesn’t have the intellect, doesn’t have the capability of changing with the times. You’re fearful of changing with the times. You don’t have the intellectual capacity to change with the times. It scares you that people are different and you don’t know what to do. And that’s why you are carrying that Republican card, because you are, in a sense, you’re a developmental dimwit.
And so you see what’s happening: your Party has become a Party of racists. Your Party has become a Party of anti-Semites. That’s what you are. So why do we kid ourselves anymore? I mean, if you’re carrying that card around, you know now what you stand for.
Be advised that Papantonio is a frequent contributor to MSNBC. He's even substitute hosted for Ed Schultz.
And this is the kind of hate-mongering he spews on the radio every Saturday.
(H/T Breitbart TV)
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