Herschel Walker, football legend and running back for the 1980 national champion Georgia Bulldogs, said that Don Lemon should be fired from CNN for his panel denouncing Kanye West in completely racist terminology.
The CNN panel’s characterization of Kanye West as a “token Negro” is particularly foul, considering West’s record of musical, business, and philanthropic achievement.
Herschel Walker said that Lemon should be taken “off the air.”
CNN’s Don Lemon ratcheted up the filth on his typically-awful and lowly rated show Tuesday night, hosting racist guests to bash Kanye West.
“Kanye West is what happens when negroes don’t read,” said Bakari Sellers of the completely unheard-of “Viewpoint with Bakari” podcast on Lemon’s show.
Lemon choked back laughter and let Sellers continue.
“And we have this now, and now Donald Trump is going to use it and pervert it, and he’s going to have someone who can stand with him and take pictures,” Sellers said eloquently.
Feeding off of Sellers’ obvious hatred for black Trump supporters, CNN political commentator Tara Satmeyer followed up on Sellers’ point.
“Listen, black folks are about to trade Kanye West in the racist draft, okay? They’ve had it with him and he’s an attention whore just like the president. He’s all of a sudden now the model spokesperson, the token negro of the Trump administration. This is ridiculous, and no one should be taking Kanye West seriously. He clearly has issues,” she said.
Imagine the outrage if a white person said any of this about any black person? Just another day at CNN. And remember – there is absolutely no bias whatsoever at this “news” network.
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