In their recently held convention the NAACP passed a resolution to condemn the Tea Party Movement as a whole for what it considers racist signs held by a few, not necessarily members of the Tea party. Is it possible that if there were signs, might they have been held by racist liberals who infiltrated the meeting on that or those particular days? It is all moot since there has been neither pictures or videos showing such signs. There are however a number of videos showing Black Panthers (NEW OR OLD) spewing anti racial diatribes on a street aimed at whites passing by. Additionally, there are videos and direct testimony regarding two Black Panthers at a Philadelphia polling place in 2008 intimidating voters. The NAACP refuses to either acknowledge or condemn these activities, but continue to speak out against alleged insults supposedly aimed at John Lewis when he and Pelosi marched to provoke a crowd last year en route to the Capital. A prominent producer has offered $100,000 for any one to come forth with evidence that Lewis was physically accosted or spat upon. To date no one has appeared with any evidence. One must assume, then the story was trumped-up by liberals in a misguided attempt to neutralize gains made by the Tea Party. This morning on Fox, a senior executive of the NAACP waltzed around questions concerning why the Black Panthers were not condemned. A member of the Tea Party movement and an African-American woman accused the NAACP of fomenting violence and racism. The NAACP now advances no one but themselves. Neither the President nor Holder, both black have taken a position against the Black Panthers.
THE NAACP PROTECTS THE BLACK PANTHERS AND CONDEMNS TEA PARTY