The New York Times welcomed Republican Tim Scott to the US Senate by calling him a “token.”

Republican Tim Scott is the only African American in the US Senate.
Mediaite reported, via Lucianne:

You have got to hand it to the New York Times’ editors – they’ve got moxy. A Times opinion piece on Tuesday introducing their readers to the newest Senator from the Palmetto State, former Rep. Tim Scott (R-SC), speaks about him – and those with who share his political affiliation and skin color – in the terms you would describe a curious science project. In “The Puzzle of Black Republicans,” the Times summons all the subtlety of the Kool-Aid Man as they smash through the perception that the “paper of record” maintains a single shred of neutrality as they advance the notion that non-Democratic African-Americans are a curiosity to be examined like some newly discovered species of fish.

Of course, it’s OK for liberals to call blacks “tokens” as long as they are Republicans.
Disgusting.

 

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  1. Well, the good news is that Tim Scott probably doesn’t care anymore what the NYT says or thinks. They are totally useless as an information organ. Just propaganda 24/7.

    The Times has just had to raise their subscription rates by 5% starting in a couple of weeks. Yeah, their trash is really prosperous.

  2. I guess that the New York Times forgot that Martin Luther King was a Republican. Would they consider him “token” also? What a bunch of ignorant arses. They either have no knowledge of history or have really selective memories. The sad thing is that liberals repeat this like trained parrots.

  3. Obama is a nagger!

  4. at least they didn’t call him a “cornball brother” whatever the hell that is supposed to be.

    And I can only imagine MLK doing barrel rolls.

    pathetic nyt. pathetic.

  5. The face of racism is the NYT.

  6. Fifty years ago, Martin Luther King had a dream. The NY Times is doing what they can to kill that dream.

  7. I thought the name “Adolph” had gone out of fashion but maybe this fellow chose it for himself. It does seem appropriate.

  8. There they go again. Identifying someone by the color of their skin, or their social position, or their wealth, or where they live, it’s what the left does. How ’bout just sayin’ he’s the appointed replacement from the state of SC for Demint.

  9. Here we go again. Another ignoramus wonders why would an African American would decide not to join the party that fought for slavery in Civil War, established KKK and currently supports destruction of AA family and genocide of AA infants.

  10. To liberals, Tim Scott is just another uppity (can’t even put in the first letter) who wandered off the plantation and (gasp) became successful on his own merits. In their sphere, minorities are incapable of success on their own.

  11. The professor who penned this piece has created a hostile environment for his students.

  12. clean up needed on aisle #3

  13. In fact, the National Journal reported that Democrats elected just six minorities to majority-white districts and states in 2010. And they actually had fewer minorities elected to such offices than Republicans did.

    —from InstaPundit

  14. The biggest racist I’ve seen in my entire life is Obama himself. I question everything I learned grown-up as it pertains to race relations. Clearly that was all lies. I’ve yet to meet a black person that doesn’t harbor some resentment toward white people. Not one.

    I was also hardly surprised to learn that Obama’s coalition comprised 22 different groups in his outreach. Yet, “whites” and “males” were conspicuously absent.

    For a man that is half white, forty three percent Arab and seven percent black Obama sure clings to that seven percent like a bitter fool.

  15. ★FALCON★ commented:

    For a man that is half white, forty three percent Arab and seven percent black Obama sure clings to that seven percent like a bitter fool.

    So do his supporters.

  16. This “cornball Senator” may well be President some day. He has freed himself from the liberal thought plantation run by Pelosi, Reed and Barry Choomwagon.

  17. Actually we need some token intelligent people in there.

  18. Pink Tie Republican commented:

    This “cornball Senator” may well be President some day. He has freed himself from the liberal thought plantation run by Pelosi, Reed and Barry Choomwagon.

    I’ve always voted for the man or woman and their ideas. Cain was my first choice in the primary based on the tax plan and an economic recovery that would ensue with lowered taxation.

    As for Scott – he’ll be “Cained” and I don’t have much hope that the liberals will ever let a black man off the plantation. As with Cain – it was the “seriousness of the allegations” not whether they were true or not.

  19. Hussein is the epitome of the token black. Probably the only black kid at the swank prep school he attended.



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