Friday, November 09, 2012

Reporter: Quit The Damn Race Stories Drudge!

Without race stories how would I stay relevant? - Matt Drudge.
Conservative agitator Matt Drudge has a track record of being a race-baiter. Every so often a story about an issue involving a Black person or a group of Black people happens to land on his website The Drudge Report.

Anyone who is practically conservative has clicked on these stories. A conservative has a voluntary outrage against the individual and then turns the situation into a political event. The conservative types up a word salad or heads to the camera and post a video complaining! Of course they'll throw in the name of President Barack Obama in every statement that's typed or watched.

With the president easily winning reelection, the fight to stop him is over! But it doesn't stop conservatives and White supremacists from making the case for "racial unrest" and the spark for another domestic terrorist attack!

Conservatives and white supremacists are one in the same! They relish in hate of the lower class, minorities, those who are LGBT, those who are Muslim or those who support the president.

The reporter from The Hill asked "BROTHER DRUDGE" to knock off the race stories. It attracted the conservative agitator's attention and of course he put on his website.

Since the comments were disabled, the nastiest comments weren't published or read by me or anyone who tracked it!

Matt Drudge loves the attention. He's a reclusive person. Besides his inclusiveness, many of his critics (including myself) thinks he's a gay man who doesn't care about conservatives! His only goal is to riling up conservatives for a profit. When you hear Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Glenn Beck or even Fox News rail on about an issue with the Black community, thank Matt Drudge for making it happen!

Those criticisms in this article posted will not stop Drudge from pushing these stories, it will remind the Black and Latino communities that its essential to send the Republicans a message in the next election. We can't allow them to reclaim power on the merits of hate and division! So it's best that they continue to push these stories!

Because if they fail again at winning a presidential election, they'll eventually drop Drudge and likely Fox News as sources of information!

Besides his late co-founder Andrew Breitbart, Matt Drudge was notorious in finding scandals involving President Barack Obama. Even though influence didn't stop President Barack Obama, it's likely that he'll be looking for stories to push Republicans into thoughts of impeachment.

Dear Matt Drudge: Stop the race stories

By Brent Budowsky

Open letter to Matt Drudge, Election Day plus two

Dear Mr. Drudge:

I have written before that, whether I like it or not, you are the one of the most influential forces in modern media, possibly THE most influential single player. You tower above your peers in what you do. Despite my failed efforts, no liberal or Democrat has even tried to create a legitimate competitor to what you do. But with your influence comes power, and with power comes responsibility, and the Drudge Report in recent months has become inundated, and saturated and permeated with baiting stories about the president's race, and about blacks generally. These are beneath the standards you should set for yourself and your profession.

You should be, and I hope you will be, a better citizen and more worthy professional than is suggested by the sheer number of race-related and often race-baiting stories that you regularly banner on the Drudge Report.

Am I suggesting you are a racist? Absolutely not. I am sure in your personal relationships you are a gentleman of integrity and fairness. Am I suggesting you are giving aid and comfort to those who are racist, or those who play the politics of race for partisan gain? Absolutely. You bet. A visit to the Drudge Report at any given time in recent months bears witness to story after story, time and time again, day after day, week after week, month after month, of a laundry list of stories with racial innuendo and suggestion and implication that I would like to believe are below the standards you would set for yourself and your profession.

Do these stories help Republicans? No. I once wrote a piece about the "Drudge delusion.” I was dead wrong about 2010. I was damn right about 2012. These stories embody a road to demographic ruin for Republicans. In the aftermath of this last election I wrote a piece for The Hill about "Why Obama Won.” One of the major reasons is that when voters are demeaned, ridiculed and insulted they tend to vote in larger numbers than expected against those who demean, ridicule and insult them.

This brand of politics, journalism and media is not only unworthy of our nation and our profession, it is unworthy of any individual, party and profession that should give at least a modicum of respect to all of God's children, created in His image, no matter what their race or religion or color or creed or nationality or heritage or background or personal beliefs.

My Brother Drudge, you have attained a level of power, influence and stature and with this goes responsibility, which I propose you exercise in the manner I suggest here.

The election is over and with this, certain things need to be said, one of which I have just said here. 

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