Appearing on "Hannity" Monday night, Michelle Malkin pushed back against the constant allegations of racism hurled at conservatives, using Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) as an example in her argument suggesting that progressives are the real racists.
"You want to talk about all of the racist comments that people have made about every conservative person of color," Malkin said, referencing Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, Condoleezza Rice, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas). She said progressives relentlessly attack minorities who, by their "own free will," dare to leave the Democratic "plantation."
"I can tell you from my own personal experience, after 20 years-plus in public life, that progressives of power and passive aggressive punks like Harry Reid are among the most racist people on this planet," she added.
Progressive radio host and political commentator Eboni Williams then accused Malkin of being racially insensitive because she used the phrase "plantation" in her argument.
"It is undeniable that the left claims the mind of every young person of color because they feel entitled to young people being where you are," Malkin replied, later adding, "Yes, it's a plantation."
She went on to dismiss Reid as an "encrusted Beltway barnacle" and a "major troll" who uses the race card when arguing against conservatives in an effort to hide his own legislative shortcomings.
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