MSNBC Host: Bringing Attention to Murders of Chris Lane, Delbert Belton Is the Right’s ‘Vile New Tactic’

MSNBC Host Toure Neblett has uncovered what he believes to be conservatives’ “vile new tactic” to “make some point about race in America.” Apparently, the tactic is bringing attention to cases like the horrific murders of Australian student Chris Lane and 88-year-old WWII veteran Delbert Belton.

Toure explains his logic:

The killing of Australian Chris Lane was tragic and horrifying and evidence of depravity and soullessness. The two black boys and one white boy how allegedly killed him are less than human if they did this…A racist tweet sent by one of the alleged killers says perhaps there was racism. In a previous year, the name Chris Lane would sadly recede into the background quickly, but now, in the post-Trayvon days, the right has a vile new tactic which is to thrust his name and that of Delbert Belton into the media to make some point about race in America.

The MSNBC host went on to claim that even several Fox News regulars find the tactic “silly,” airing a clip of former Democratic strategist Kirsten Powers to make his point.

Watch the clip below via MSNBC:

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