As tensions between the American Right and Left increase, I can’t help but notice the legacy media’s habit of instigating the use of hateful, racist rhetoric, conventionally, mainly geared publically towards “straight, white, Republican men,” has redirected to launch a malicious attack on the ever-growing number of black Conservatives.
This breakdown focuses mainly on a recent slandering of legendary running back for the Dallas Cowboys and Minnesota Vikings (among other teams), Herschel Walker, on MSNBC; however, he is just one of the scores of black Conservatives, Republicans, Independents, and others who don’t conform to the Leftist narrative.
In fact, Larry Elder, known by Angelinos as The Sage from South Central and by Leftists as an “Uncle Tom” or “the blackface of white supremacy,” is a long-time popular, Los Angeles, CA radio host whom I have immense respect for, produced a fabulous documentary, Uncle Tom, that is entirely based around this very issue.
[click here to watch Uncle Tom for free until 8/26/22]
Uncle Tom, currently bizarrely used as a pejorative, is derived from the classic novel, “Uncle Tom’s Cabin,” where ironically Uncle Tom stands up for his beliefs, helps other slaves escape, and is killed after refusing to divulge their location to his master.
How on God’s green Earth did “Uncle Tom” become an epithet for a black person who the Left considers to betray or abandon the “black community?”
MSNBC’s Elie Mystal Defamed Herschel Walker
The way many Leftists these days, even black Leftists, conceptualize black Conservatives, like Mr. Herschel Walker, Trump-backed Republican Congressional candidate in Georgia, is repulsive. Particularly in moments such as while Elie Mystal was deifying Walker’s wife-beating, abortion-advocating opponent (who claims to be a man of God) incumbent Senator Raphael Warnock.
Elie Mystal’s Racist Rantings
Being so repugnantly and habitually racist, Mystal can tie anything and everything to being a racial issue and is not shy about doing it. I honestly don’t think I’ve ever heard any conservative of any race imply black people who don’t think like them are only capable of obeying the GOP and not capable of making educated, conscious decisions of their own. Quite frankly, they’d likely be appalled by hearing such accusations.
Recently, Elie Mystal took his well-established racist ideology to a new level when he declared that Herschel Walker is only the pick for the Republican Party [GOP] because he is, “so clearly unintelligent, who so clearly doesn’t have independent thoughts,” continuing to state, “Walker is going to do what he’s told, and that’s what Republicans like.”
Mystal shockingly claimed, “that’s what Republicans want from their negroes—to do what they’re told. And Walker presents exactly as a person who lacks independent thoughts, who lacks an independent agenda, who lacks an independent ability to grasp policies, and he’s just going to go in there and vote like Mitch McConnel is telling him to vote.”
But wait, there’s more. Mystal (who is supposedly a Harvard graduate, yet his entire spiel was one big run-on sentence) goes on to say that this “has worked for the GOP in the South already,” before slamming Congressman Tuberville as the “dumbest person in the United States Senate.”
“Hersch don’t want that smoke,” was Mystal’s response to the question of whether Walker and Warnock will ever debate, saying Walker won’t debate because the GOP doesn’t want him to debate, and he “just does what he’s told” by “his people.”
Finishing up his disgusting rant, Mystal insists, “Walker won’t have the wherewithal to overrule them [the GOP] and take on that challenge [the debate] for himself.”
Herschel Walker’s Response
I have to start off by saying, Herschel Walker did not need to dignify Mystal with a response, but he did so in the most dignified manner.
The atrocious accusations against Walker didn’t require defending, and Walker did nothing of the sort; it would have fallen on deaf ears either way.
Getting worked up over it wouldn’t have done any good either, so I think he handled it perfectly in way of his response.
As for the debate-dodging that Walker is relentlessly ridiculed for by his opponent and others on the Left, Walker shrugged off all offered debate times and locations from Warnock, instead dropping a rather precise locale for their debate.
Walker’s proposed debate is Oct. 14 in Savannah, GA—Senator Warnock’s hometown, agreeing to do so in front of a sizable crowd, not merely a small venue or a closed television studio.
Yahoo News called this a, “shrewd move by a candidate who the Warnock campaign has painted as a coward in recent months over his debate dodges,” continuing to say, “with this proposal, Walker tells Georgia voters that not only is he not afraid to debate Warnock, but that he’ll challenge him in his own backyard in front of what could be an animated audience.”
I will say, he has had a few unclear moments in the past that were undoubtedly affected by his repeated football concussions. The impacts have been well-documented over the past few decades, as described in the book he authored and his marriage that was destroyed.
Nevertheless, I would have him over Warnock or any other Democrat (or RINO) as one of Georgia’s Senators. His heart is in the right place, and his values are driven by his faith in God.
The Left Exposes Themselves
It shouldn’t, but it still amazes me to witness how abusive the Left treats defectors and
Who is Herschel Walker?
Herschel Walker was born in 1962 in Augusta, GA, contrary to Mystal saying the GOP is pushing a “running back from Dallas,” Walker may have played for Dallas’s Cowboys; but he was a Georgia man through and through.
Fortunately, I don’t think Mystal deceived any Georgians with this claim, considering by the end of Walker’s impressive college career, he was so famous that even two racehorses were named for him. Subsequently, his high school even named its football field in his honor.
High School and College
Walker grew up in Wrightsville, GA, where he became their star athlete player during his time at Johnson County High School, where he won the shot put (16.56m/54 ft 4in), 100-yard dash (9.5s), and 220-yard dash (21.5s) events at the GHSA Class A State T&F Championships. He also anchored the 4×400 team to victory, with a time of 3:24.01 minutes.
He went on to become a man considered one of the greatest college football players there ever was, as a Georgia Bulldog for the University of Georgia, earning a Heisman Trophy and Maxwell Award his junior year, and was a three-time All-American.
During his time at Georgia, Herschel Walker set the NCAA freshman rushing record, was the first “true freshman” All-American, and was the first freshman in the NCAA who played only three years to finish in the Top 10 in rushing yards.
In 1983, Walker was drafted into the United States Football League [USFL] to the New Jersey Generals, earning the MVP award in 1985, the final season of the short-lived league.
Walker won the USFL rushing title in 1983 and 1985. He set the professional football record [in both USFL and NFL] for single-season rushing yards with 2,411 yards in 1985, averaging 5.50 yards per attempt in 18 games.
Walker’s career in the NFL began and ended with the Dallas Cowboys, but he also played for three other teams during his 12 seasons in the league. He was signed by the Cowboys in 1986, and made his NFL debut with the game-winning touchdown against the New York Giants at the season opener.
In the week 15 game against the Philadelphia Eagles, he had a franchise-record 292 yards of total offense, including the NFL’s longest run of the year with an 84-yarder for a touchdown and an 84-yard touchdown reception.
His remarkable abilities were stated magnificently on his Wikipedia page, “Walker established himself as a premier NFL running back in 1988, becoming a one-man offense, reaching his NFL career highs of 1,514 rushing yards and 505 receiving yards, while playing seven positions: halfback, fullback, tight end, H-back, wide receiver, both in the slot and as a flanker. He became just the 10th player in NFL history to amass more than 2,000 combined rushing and receiving yards in a season. In the process he achieved two consecutive Pro Bowls (1987 and 1988).”
Herschel Walker was traded to the Minnesota Vikings October 12, 1989, and was nicknamed simply “The Trade;” it ended up being viewed as one of the most lopsided trades in the history of the NFL. “Herschel Mania” swept across the nation upon his arrival in Minneapolis. Wikipedia describes his impressive first game with the Vikings, saying, “after a single 2½ hour practice where he studied only 12 offensive plays, Walker had a strong debut against the Green Bay Packers. He produced the best rushing game by a Viking back since 1983 and the first over-100 yard rushing performance by a Viking since 1987, gaining 148 yards on 18 carries.”
They go on to say, “he received three standing ovations from the record Metrodome crowd of 62,075, producing a Vikings win after four successive losses and 14 of the prior 18 games with the Packers. He joined the bobsled program of the United States Bobsled and Skeleton Federation, earning a berth in the 1992 Winter Olympics. Scout.com says, “Walker was never used properly by the coaching brain trust.”
After three seasons in Minnesota, Walker was released from his contract with the Vikings and signed with the Philadelphia Eagles in 1992. The Eagles were another team who mistakenly thought he could get them to the Super Bowl. That year, he enjoyed his best season as a pro since 1988, rushing for 1,070 yards. In 1994 he became the first NFL player to have one-play gains of 90 or more yards rushing, receiving and kick-returning in a single season. He spent three seasons in Philadelphia, leaving after the Eagles signed free agent Ricky Watters.
The New York Giants signed Walker in 1995 to a three-year contract worth $4.8 million as a third-down back, but it ended up being his only season with the team. During his time with the Giants, Walker led the team with 45 kick returns at 21.5 yards per return in 1995.
Dallas Cowboys (second stint)
Walker finished his football career with the team that he started his NFL career with, the Cowboys. In 1996, he rejoined the team as a kickoff return specialist and third-down back. He also played fullback, but primarily as a ball-handler instead of a blocker out of I-Form and pro-sets. Walker retired at the end of the 1997 season.
His combined all-purpose yards for the USFL and the NFL (25,283 all-purpose yards) would place him 1st All-Time on the NFL's list and 2nd in Pro Football behind Henry "Gizmo" Williams (25,571 all-purpose yards), who played in the CFL, NFL, and USFL.
In 12 NFL seasons, Walker gained 8,225 rushing yards, 4,859 receiving yards, and 5,084 kickoff-return yards. for 18,168 total combined net yards, ranking him second among the NFL's all-time leaders in total yardage as of his retirement; as of the start of the 2007 NFL season, ten years later, he still ranked eighth.
He scored 84 touchdowns: 61 rushing, 21 receiving and returned two kick-offs for touchdowns. Walker is the only other player besides Derrick Mason to have 10,000+ yards from scrimmage and 5,000+ return yards (all of which were on kickoff returns).
Walker is the only player to gain 4,000 yards three different ways: rushing, receiving and kickoff returns. He is one of several players to exceed 60 touchdowns rushing and 20 touchdowns receiving.
He is the only NFL player with a 90+ yard reception, 90+ yard run and a 90+ yard kickoff return in one season (1994).
He is the only player to record an 84+ yard touchdown run and an 84+ yard touchdown reception in the same game (December 14, 1986). He had 100 yards rushing and 100 yards receiving that day.
Walker is regarded as one of the top college running backs of all time. In 1999, he was selected to Sports Illustrated's NCAA Football All-Century Team.
On the Fox Sports Net show Sports List, Walker was named the best college football running back of all time and was selected as the third greatest player in college football history by ESPN. Georgia retired Walker's number "34".
Life Outside of Football
Outside of football, Walker was a member of the 1992 Winter Olympics United States bobsled team as the brakeman for a two-man team. The New New York Times detailed Walker making the team in a 1992 article saying, “so the 6-foot 1-inch, 225-pound Walker will now be the brakeman on the United States’ two top sleds. The United States team competes with two sleds in each event, designated as the No. 1 sled and the No. 2.”
When the Vikings didn’t make the playoffs in ’92, he swiftly began practicing with the bobsledders, impressing all who watched him with his remarkable abilities and positively motivating attitude.
“He brought a desire to win,” US Olympic bobsled coach Jim Hickey said of Walker. “It was something he conveyed in meetings. The guys were very attentive to what he had to say.”
Unfortunately, America’s bobsled team did not bring home any medals that year, but his team ranked #7 total, for all countries competing, and #1 of all the American bobsled teams.
Pushing 50-years-old, Walker went on to compete in mixed martial arts (MMA) fights with Strikeforce from 2010 to 2011, beginning his training in 2009 with the American Kickboxing Academy in phenomenal shape.
From 2018 to 2020, he served on the President’s Council on Sports, Fitness, and Nutrition under President Donald Trump.
Who is Elie Mystal?
The man you just watched is former attorney, and MSNBC race-baiter, Elie Mystal, who has acquired an extremely brief Wikipedia page, despite his lengthy reputation of spouting hateful outrage-provoking rhetoric to the Leftists and Liberals who watch the legacy media.
Elie Mystal was born and raised in Haiti in the late 1970s with his parents and brother. 43-year-old Mystal is a graduate of Harvard Law School as an attorney and furthered his education at Harvard College, earning a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Government. Mystal acted as managing editor of Above The Law Redline as well as the Editor-at-large of Breaking Media. He appeared on MSNBC, Fox, as well as CNN. where he’s written editorials including some for the New York Times and the Daily News.
Mystal is married to the love of his life and they have two children together.
Mystal published a book titled, “Allow Me To Retort: A Black Guy’s Guide To The Constitution.” In his book, Mystal, “explains how to change a few judges and justices to end anything from police brutality to political gerrymandering. He cuts through the fancy verbiage that conservatives like to hide behind and exposes the truth of their ambition to keep America perpetually connected to its slaveholding history.”
Mystal has been known to have similar opinions of the United States Constitution as he does black Republicans, in March referring to the Constitution, saying, “it is actually trash.”
As a frequent contributor to MSNBC, Mystal sparks racial controversy over so many nonsensical topics that I wouldn’t be surprised if he accused anyone who doesn’t like him of being racist for it.
The Left Cannot Resist Exposing Themselves
It shouldn’t, but it still amazes me to witness how abusive the Left treats defectors and really anyone who doesn’t conform to the Left’s dogma. Nonetheless, they have successfully been exposing themselves to represent everything they claim to be against.
Fortunately, I think these Leftist radicals need to publicly behave like this in order to wake up the Normies who still watch Fake News. They aren’t going to see any Conservative political commentators exposing this because they don’t read or watch our news or political podcasts.
If the Leftists only show their colors now and then, it can be written off or justified. The only way they’ll see these folks for who they really are is if they are so habitually racist and elitist that the only explanation can be that it simply must be in their nature.
As disgusting as it is for most people to digest, it is likely the quickest way for the average American to recognize these as typical character traits of Democrats rather than fleeting, justifiable emotional outbursts.
How narcissistic must one be to assume anyone who disagrees with your beliefs is incapable of forming cohesive thoughts on their own?
What must this man think of black folks to even suppose such preposterous notions—and then, to dictate these sentiments to the world!?
Are they actively trying to create/enable racial extremism, or do they not realize that a black man degrading Republican black men as a whole on national television, followed by an affirmation of his hateful rhetoric by the MSNBC host, is simultaneously affirming the equally vicious ideology of the real racial supremacists?
That man in this video is such a tremendously despicable human. The vitriol that consistently spews forth from his mouth is inexcusably racist, at levels beyond my comprehension.
Why do these media outlets insist on normalizing this degenerative racist rhetoric?
Call to Action:
- Get/stay INFORMED AND EDUCATED
- Watch/read news from BOTH SIDES.
- PROTECT your family and fellow Patriots
- Engage in CIVIL DISCOURSE
- REFUTE misinformation
- DO NOT fall into the Third Party trap. Remember Ross Perot is how Clinton got elected.
This is a civil war between Communism and America. There is no more Democrat vs Republican right now. America needs to be united in the party of Patriots who believe in our constitution and the inherent right to Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.
The radical Left has thrown their hail Mary, and we need to get our heads in the game and intercept that pass before it’s too late. Whether or not you believe Orange Man Bad, The Republicans who followed President Donald J Trump are the only hope for remaining a constitutional republic.
NEVER FORGET: They are Rights enumerated to remind us and our government of our innate and indisputable liberties that are granted to us by our Creator, not our government; NEVER to be infringed or impinged upon by elected officials nor bureaucratic narcissists, ALWAYS as protection for We The People from tyranny and despotism at even the highest level of our hierarchical structure.
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