Watch Tim Wise strut his moral superiority as he rails against the “background noise” of “white racial resentment” in the debate over
socialized medicine health care reform. Yes, Tim, it’s always about race. Always. Unless it’s about you.
I’ve found another version of Don Lemon’s softball-tossing interview with Tim the Wise, who immodestly describes himself as “among the most respected antiracist writers and educators.” Check out the end of the interview, when Wise is emitting toxic levels of self-satisfied smugness:
Don Lemon: At a town hall, people were calling for the Real America, give me back my America, what do they mean?
Tim the Wise: When you say you want the nation the founders envisioned, when the country the Founders envisioned was a formal system of white supremacy, excuse me if I don’t believe those who say that race isn’t playing a big role.
Wow. Hey, what about Japan, Ethiopia, Korea, and China? Were they founded on globalist ideology, or on the historic cultures of their respective peoples?