August 28, 2015
Don Lemon is one of only two high-functioning Black males known to exist. The other is the guy from the Matrix, who is also in Hannibal. I forgot his name.
He appeared on Tom Joyner’s radio show to discuss the Vester Flanagan shooting, and said that he definitely killed the pair because they were White.
Fellow employees of WDBJ say Flanagan not only became increasingly difficult to work with but became almost paranoid, obsessed with being a victim of homophobia and/or racism. His former colleagues of all different ethnicities say they never saw any type of discrimination towards Mr. Flanagan, just that he was a bad reporter. Psychologists say Flanagan used racism as a cover for his own shortcomings and in so doing his downfall became a self-fulfilling prophecy.
The discussion about Flanagan has mainly centered on mental health and whether Flanagan was mentally ill. The other, lesser discussion, has been whether he was racist. If one looks objectively at Flanagan’s actions and history, one can’t help but come to the conclusion that both are probably true. Flanagan killed the two young people because they were white. He admitted as much. And yes, anyone who does what he did was also out of their mind.
“A Black gay guy was obsessed with being a victim but actually in reality wasn’t a victim, you say? And he hated Whites enough to murder them for their race, you continue? And you, the person saying this, are yourself Black? Hold on a second, please – I have to do something.”
Here’s the clip:
It’s interesting that a Black who is actually capable of functioning in the White world seems to come at things from a completely different angle than those who aren’t capable, no?
I guess part of this is that the Black guy is the only one able to say it in the media.
It’s incredible, this. After what they did with Dylann Roof – 24/7 news coverage for at least a week, internationally – basically the exact same thing happens with the races reversed, and they don’t dare mention the reality of the situation, and are instead trying to memory hole the entire thing.