CNN contributor Charles Kaiser, a white anti-Donald Trump author, used the “n-word” while live on air with a black supporter of the president-elect.
Appearing on CNN Newsroom on Tuesday afternoon, Kaiser falsely asserted that Trump’s chief strategist and Executive Chairman of Breitbart News Stephen Bannon is a “man who uses the word n*gger.”
“If you don’t want to support the alt-right, don’t choose as a White House Counselor a man who uses the word n*gger, whose wife says that he did not want his daughters to go to a school with too many Jews, and don’t choose as an attorney general a man who calls the NAACP an un-American organization and who we learned in The Guardian today went so far as to prosecute –” Kaiser ranted.
Anchor Brooke Baldwin stopped him and let him know that it is not okay to use the n-word on her show, and was thanked by her other guest Paris Dennard, who happens to be a black Trump supporter.
Kaiser then racistly criticized Dennard, saying that it is “shameful” that a black man would support Jeff Sessions being picked for Attorney General.
“Sir, you don’t know why — you know what? I don’t question your allegiance to the people you support. I will tell you why I support Mr. Trump, who’s the President-elect, because I think he’s going to do good things for this country and particularly good things for my community,” Dennard responded.
At the end of the segment, Baldwin broke down in tears over Kaiser’s language, and asserted that she has never heard of anyone claiming that Bannon has used the n-word.
“The more I’ve sat here and listened to the fact that somebody used the ‘N-word’ – it is not okay. It is not okay, Charles Kaiser. I respect you, I enjoy having you as a guest — but not okay. By the way, the claim that Mr. Bannon used the ‘N-word,’ I’ve never heard of this, so there’s that. Take a break,” Baldwin said, looking straight into the camera.
Speaking to a Washington Post blog — in which the author continues to push racism smears against the president-elect and his team — Kaiser claims that he mistook Bannon for Sessions in his nationally televised rant.
“I do apologize for one thing in particular. I mistook Bannon for Sessions. I was mistaking the one for the other,” Kaiser said.
“There’s a part of me that feels you can’t fully express the shocking nature of the first appointments of Donald Trump without using the actual words used by these appointees,” he continued, though the word was only used by himself and not Bannon.
Baldwin has reportedly emailed Dennard a personal apology, though it is unclear if Kaiser has also reached out to him — or just to friendly bloggers who will back him up.
“I do not appreciate people who attack me for supporting Trump because I’m African-American. Because the President-elect has never said anything disparaging about the black community. If anything, he has been championing the least of these, in our community, who need the most attention — those who are suffering economically, those who are suffering under failed education systems,” Dennard told Breitbart.
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WikiLeaks has released over 12,000 emails and counting that give unprecedented insight into the Clinton Campaign, and as a result, Clinton and her followers have used Russia and the mainstream media in an attempt to discredit the leaks.
Clinton’s animosity towards WikiLeaks isn’t just a result of the fact that they released thousands of emails proving that the Democratic Primary was rigged in her favor earlier this year. No, it actually dates back to 2010, when WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was threatening to release documents that detailed communications between State Department Personnel and foreign diplomats. When discussing how to deal with the impending leak, Hillary reportedly said, “Can’t we just drone this guy?”
Killing Assange might be Clinton’s private position, but as she explained to her campaign chairman, she believes in having both a public and a private positition, and in this case, she publicly blames Russia.
But that’s part of the problem… Clinton is blaming Russia, despite the fact that there has been no formal investigation. The Kremlin has also not taken responsibility for any of the hacks, and when asked about his government’s involvement, President Putin has denied it on multiple occasions.
So yes, Hillary Clinton takes every opportunity to make Russia look like the enemy, but the even bigger problem is the fact that the mainstream media follows her lead. Have you noticed that before each presidential debate so far, there has been some seemingly scandalous revelation about Donald Trump just days before?
With the first debate, it was a New York Times report revealing that Trump went years without paying taxes, and before the second debate, it was a leaked recording revealing Trump making inappropriate comments about women.
The point is that there always seems to be something Trump-related to dominate the mainstream media, when new information about Clinton is coming out daily. And when they do cover the documents released by WikiLeaks they either talk about how Russia could be to blame, or in CNN’s case, they tell you that it is illegal for you to read the leaked documents yourself, and that you should only rely on the media to tell you what they say.
If mainstream media talking heads were to take the time to cover WikiLeaks revelations as they should be covered—NOT by blaming Russia, but by looking at the actual documents, and acknowledging that the news shouldn’t be devoted to Trump 24/7, they would actually have the power to end Hillary Clinton’s campaign. But that won’t happen, because if the media were to cover the leaks honestly, they would have to admit that they have been in Hillary Clinton’s pocket since the beginning.
Working class white men make less now than they did in 1996.
No wonder they are frustrated.
Working class white men saw their income drop 9% between 1996 and 2014, according to a new report from Sentier Research. This group, who Sentier defines as having only a high school diploma, earned only $36,787, on average, in 2014, down from $40,362 in 1996.
Meanwhile, college educated white men saw their income soar nearly 23% over the same period, from $77,209 to $94,601.
Published by two former Census Bureau officials, the Sentier report shines yet another light on the fortunes of the white working class. This group has become a force in the 2016 presidential election, serving as the backbone of Donald Trump’s support. And the Republican candidate’s campaign has tailored much of his campaign to the working class, with promises that he will bring back the manufacturing jobs that once allowed them to support their families.
The study first looked at the 1996 incomes earned by 10 groups of men in two-year cohorts ranging in age from 25 to 26 to 43 to 44. Sentier then looked at what men earned 18 years later, when the youngest cohort were 43 to 44 and the oldest were 61 to 62.
The results varied greatly by age. The youngest group of working class white men, who were 25 to 26 in 1996, saw their incomes rise by 19%, from $32,677 to $38,803, over the 18-year period. However, their college educated peers enjoyed a 133% explosion in their incomes, from $40,487 to $94,252.
When it came to the oldest cohort, who were 43 to 44 in 1996, both working class and college educated white men saw their incomes fall over the period. But the working class still fared worse, suffering a 47% drop in income, from $51,491 to $27,230. Men with college diplomas, however, saw their incomes fall 28.5%, from $95,734 to $68,406.
This decline among older workers stems in part from people who left the labor force or shifted to part-time work, which pulls down the average income for the group, said Gordon Green, co-author of the report.
In order to capture these trends, Sentier calculated its income estimates by dividing the total amount of wage and salary income received by members of all of the age cohorts by the overall number of people in the group. This differs from the more common calculation, which just looks at those who receive wage and salary income and work full-time, year-round.
The income declines among working class white men stretches back to at least 1978, Sentier found. Those who were age 25 to 44 back then made more than they did in 1996. College educated white men, on the other hand, saw their income grow during that period.
In addition to showing the tough times the working class has faced, the report also shows the big income boost that comes with a college degree, Green said.
“People say it may not be worth it to go to college. These numbers show that isn’t true,” he said.
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