Thursday, May 31, 2018

On Negro Nightly News, Savannah Guthrie Does an Impression of Lester Holt

By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Thursday, May 31, 2018 at 7:11:00 P.M. EDT

Tonight on Negro Nightly News, Savannah Guthrie did a fine Lesta impression, by sternly introducing a story about “the rise of white nationalist candidates-whose only reason for running is based on prejudice.”

Judgmental much, Savannah?

The reporter, Morgan Ratford, a half black/white female, talked with one Chicago man. She tried to make him look bad, but he was fairly quick and humorous with his responses.

“Do you think blacks are inferior?” she asked.

“Blacks, on average, have at least 20 points lower on their IQ scores than whites.”

“I went to Harvard,” Ratford replied pleasantly.

“That's because you're part white,” the man said. “You got that from your white side.”

She actually kind of smiled and said, “So I got that from my white side, huh... [chuckle].”

She talked to another candidate in California and then some citizens who remarked that they were “in favor of a white neighborhood.”

Then a talk with a Republican local chairman who said, “These people must be voted down.”

So as the previous blogger commented so accurately—anyone trying to fight the “Black Plague”—is a white supremacist. NBC proved your point, but that shouldn't stop anyone from organizing and attempting to fix things.

Thursday, May 31, 2018 at 7:40:00 P.M. EDT

Earlier, Guthrie led off with the Samantha Bee “controversy” that asked the question: “Is there a double standard in regards to what is a firable comment?”

Bee called Ivanka Trumpa “a feckless cu*t,” and then proceeded to suggest to her, “To wear a low cut dress and get your dad to change his immigration policy.”

The rules are: If you insult Trump, or anyone associated with Trump—in the foulest language imaginable—you can keep your show. If you insult whites—you keep your show—and get a raise.

Make fun of blacks—GONE.

N.S.: Based on that small sample, Morgan Ratford sounds pretty stupid to me.

First of all, she almost certainly got into Harvard through affirmative action. Secondly, like other “blacks” who delude themselves that they’re brilliant, and feel themselves to be superior to whites, she fails to grasp the distinction between the average and the individual case.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

“'I went to Harvard,' Ratford replied pleasantly."

I am not sure that means anything anymore.