On "The Rubin Report" this week, BlazeTV host Dave Rubin shared a clip from Joy Reid's MSNBC show where she asks her guest, Vanderbilt University Professor Michael Eric Dyson, to share his thoughts on newly elected Republican Winsome Sears, the first black woman lieutenant governor of Virginia. Dyson's woke racism couldn't have been more evident as he called Sears, a Jamaican migrant and Marine Corps veteran, nothing but a "black mouth" for white supremacy.
"The problem is here they want white supremacy by ventriloquist effect," Dyson said of Republicans. "There is a black mouth moving but a white idea ... running on the runway of the tongue of a figure who justifies and legitimates the white supremacist practices. We know that we can internalize in our own minds, in our own subconscious, in our own bodies, the very principles that are undoing us. So to have a black face speaking in behalf of a white supremacist legacy is nothing new."
"That was abject, pure racism," Dave declared. "Not reverse racism. Not special racism. It was just old-fashioned racism. [Dyson] thinks that this black woman, Winsome Sears, who has a pretty fantastic resume and if you watch some of her talk on election night, like, this woman's pretty spectacular, OK. And I don't care about the color of her skin.
"These people racialize everything and then we have to unfortunately respond to it. His line there, 'a black mouth moving but a white idea running on the runway.' How disgusting is that? Ideas don't have color. You're allowed to be whatever color you are and have different ideas. But he thinks that the color of his skin is the totality of his ideas, and that is so dangerous. It is actually racism. It is the very definition of prejudice, which is to prejudge," he continued.
"The more that black people succeed, the more that these race hucksters, and that's what they are, the more they will get angry," Dave added.
Dave pointed out that Dyson also sparred with HBO host Bill Maher recently when he was confronted about his "disingenuous" portrayal of critical race theory in K-12 education.
On "Real Time with Bill Maher" Friday, Dyson attributed Republican success in Virginia's gubernatorial election to parents being "spooked" by critical race theory and suggested that parents were only objecting to black history being "centered" in the school curriculum.
"I find that a disingenuous argument because I don't think that is what people are objecting to," Maher responded. "They are not objecting to black history being taught. There are other things going on in the schools."
Dave also shared a throwback clip of Dyson calling Jordan Peterson a "mean, mad, white man" during a Munk Debate on political correctness in 2018.
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