Media Mash: 'Predatory Black Sexuality' Edition

Liberal MSNBC contributors like Toure have "gone beyond the pale" with their recent remarks about Herman Cain, NewsBusters publisher and Media Research Center president Brent Bozell complained on the November 10 edition of "Hannity."

Bozell was reacting to a montage that included the liberal author anticipating a racist backlash by white conservatives who, according to Toure, will now fear Cain's "predatory black sexuality" following the allegations of Sharon Bialek, a "blonde, white woman."

"It's the worst kind of racism, Sean," Bozell added. "What they're trying to say is, 'Hey, look at you Republicans, this is a black boy. He's going after your white women. Look at this, aren't you offended, aren't you offended?!'" [see video below page break]

Bozell and Hannity also discussed Rick Perry's now-infamous flub where he forget the third government agency he'd like to dismantle. Bozell agreed that Perry's campaign is effectively over, but noted the media's persistent failure to highlight Barack Obama's embarrassing gaffes and highlight them to somehow impugn his intelligence.

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