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Known anti-white racist Michael Harriot admitted on Christmas Day that his favorite Christmas past-time involves “hating on Christmas,” especially because of that dastardly white Santa Clause.
He made the admission on MSNBC, of course, and more specifically while speaking with Tiffany Cross, the equally bigoted host.
To be fair, it’s not clear whether he was being serious or just jesting. Given his track record for hateful rhetoric, however, the assumption is that he was being dead serious.
NewsBusters, a conservative watch dog group focused on “combating liberal media bias,” has compiled the relevant remarks into one clip.
The clip begins with Cross dismissing the notion of there being a war on Christmas. The clip then skips through the commercial break and starts back up at the point where Cross asks Harriot about his New Year’s plans.
“I don’t have any plans for New Year’s. I grew up celebrating Kwanzaa, so, like, New Year’s was the last day of Kwanzaa, and the Delta’s always gave away a bike, so I would be praying that I would win the bike every year for a Kwanzaa celebration. So that’s what I used to try to do: win a bike,” he replies.
The clip then fast-forwards ahead to a discussion about Christmas memes.
Watch the full clip below:
“Michael Harriot, what do you got for us?” Cross asks after speaking with another guest about the topic.
“You know, I’m always having the ‘woke’ Christmas, so I’m always hating on Christmas, telling everybody that Kwanzaa is a better holiday than Christmas. So that’s my favorite thing — is just hating on Christmas, telling everybody that they need to get into Kwanzaa. Let’s make Kwanzaa great!” Harriot replies.
“Is there a meme that goes along with that? Or is that just, is Michael Harriot the meme for let’s make Kwanzaa great?” Cross asks in confusion.
As she’s speaking, the actual meme Harriot had referenced pops up on the screen. It’s a video produced by The Root, a pro-black (and arguably black supremacist) blog.
The meme shows a white Santa Clause interacting with black children as white text is used underneath to offer context.
“Christmas would have your children believe an obese white man broke into your house and left presents for them. Is that what you want your kids to think about the gifts you worked hard all year to buy?” the text reads.
The entire set bursts into laughter as the meme is played on screen.
“That is hilarious,” Cross says.
Harriot last somewhat made headlines about a month ago when he interviewed a black supremacist, Dr. Brittney Cooper, who argued that “we got to take these motherf–kers out.” By “these motherf–kers,” she’d meant white people:
Prior to that incident, Harriot himself made headlines when he disparagingly described Americans who fly an American flag on their pickup truck as “a whole different breed of white people.”
As offensive as that remark was, it paled in comparison to what he argued in an anti-gun piece for The Root, where he still works as a senior writer.
In 2017, he opined for The Root that America exists because of black people and that “this country would still consist of poor, backward hillbillies ballroom-dancing to Appalachian bluegrass tunes and sweating their asses off while coughing up phlegm” if not for them.
Cross is no stranger to such divisive, hateful rhetoric.
Late last month, she and a guest smeared since-acquitted former suspect Kyle Rittenhouse as “this little murderous white supremacist” and excoriated “disgusting” and “gross” white people in general for not being beholden to the Democrat Party.
In September, she blamed abortion restrictions on white women, saying they “have overwhelmingly voted Republican for decades, enabling these conservative lawmakers to continuously attempt to pass restrictive reproductive laws.”
Yet the most recent Gallup data shows that a 48 percent plurality of “Hispanic or non-White Americans” (versus Non-Hispanic White Americans) identify as pro-life, whereas a 47 percent minority identify as “pro-choice.”
Included among the 48 percent majority is Dr. Alveda King, the niece of America’s most famous and well-respected civil rights leader, Martin Luther King Jr.
Fannie Lou Hamer had a forced hysterectomy; I had a forced abortion. Set the babies and mothers free. Choose Life! @alvedaking pic.twitter.com/8cndqC4QMv
— Evangelist Alveda King (@AlvedaCKing) December 1, 2021
The bigotry perpetuated by the likes of Cross and Harriot is a staple on MSNBC, a far-left network that appears to thrive on promoting divisiveness.
The network’s most infamous racist is host Joy Reid, a woman who relishes in bathing in “white tears” and also has history of bigotry against homosexuals.
It appears that MSNBC is, for all intents and purposes, where facts go to die and unbridled bigotry goes to thrive …
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