Racism hypocrisy: When Rachel Jeantel says ‘cracker,’ it’s a cultural thing; but when Paula Deen says the ‘n’ word, it’s racism

Saturday, June 29, 2013
By Paul Martin

by Mike Adams
Friday, June 28, 2013

Are you as fed up with the racism double standard as I am? When defense witness Rachel Jeantel recently testified that use of the term “cracker” wasn’t racist, the liberal media leaped to her defense, saying that anyone who didn’t agree with her simply “didn’t understand her culture.”

But when cookbook author and TV personality Paula Deen admitted using the “n” word some time in the past, suddenly she was branded a racist.

Well gee, using the same logic as the left, maybe progressives just “don’t understand Paula Deen’s culture.”

Because you can’t have it both ways, you see. If it’s racist to utter such derogatory remarks against one skin color, it’s racist to utter them against the other, too. Condemnation can’t be only one-sided and highly selective, otherwise it’s just another form of reverse bigotry.

The term “racism” is losing its meaning due to rampant misuse

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