It's Always A Conspiracy: Derrick Bell Edition

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  1. Dante

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    too funny, media matters lays out a hilarious idea here...

    It's Always A Conspiracy: Derrick Bell Edition

    It's Always A Conspiracy: Derrick Bell Edition | Media Matters for America

    2) David Remnick wrote specifically about Obama's speech about Bell in The Bridge and even noted on page 214 that "his speech concluded, he hugged [Bell] in front of a cheering crowd";

    6) Even if Bell were a dangerous radical, they present zero evidence whatsoever that Obama "believed deeply" in Bell's alleged radicalism;

    7) A hug? Seriously?

    Remember, this is all about a hug. A hug that, per team Breitbart, shows the president to be the secret radical they've always believed him to be anyway. And if you can convince yourself that an embrace between two men is "smoking gun" evidence of the president's radicalism, then a media-wide cover-up doesn't seem so far-fetched.


    update: Bell reentered the debate over hiring practices at Harvard in 1990, when he vowed to take an unpaid leave of absence until the school appointed a female of color to its tenured faculty.[5] At the time, of the law school's 59 tenured professors, only three were black and five were women. The school had never had a black woman on the tenured staff.[4]

    Derrick Bell - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Last edited: Mar 9, 2012

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