MSNBC Ridicules Mitt Romney for Having a Black Grandso

Remember, leftists such as those on cable “news” network MSNBC, are more loving and tolerant than you jerky conservatives. So, that is why the talking heads on MSNBC thought it would be fun to ridicule Mitt Romney for having an adopted grandson who is black. Because: tolerance.

On Sunday, December 29, extremist, hate-filled liberal Melissa Harris-Perry tok a few minutes with her panel of ignoramuses to talk about the most recent family photo of Mitt and Ann Romney and all their grandchildren.

There on Mitt’s knee, Harris-Perry informed us, was a little black child and she and her panel exploded in an amazing round of thinly veiled hatred over the adoption.

“Everybody loves a baby picture,” Harris-Perry belched out, “and this was one that really, a lot of people had emotions about this baby picture this year. This is the Romney family. And, of course, there on Governor Romney’s knee is his adopted grandson, who is an African-American, adopted African-American child, Kieran Romney.”

Harris-Perry then opened the discussion to her panel, one of whom thought she had an amusing offering. Panelist Pia Glenn sang out “One of these things is not like the others, one of these things just isn’t the same.”

Oh, we get it. It’s because Mitt is white and the baby is black.


Another panel member, so-called comedian Dean Obeidallah, blurted out his addition to the joke-around saying, “I think this picture is great. It really sums up the diversity of the Republican party, the RNC. At the convention, they find the one black person.”

Apparently the folks at MSNBC are against race mixing? It is pretty interesting that these liberals are taking a stand against miscegenation, isn’t it?

I guess Dean Ode-du-Jim-Crow would have been more comfortable in the 1940s or 50s, eh?

Tolerance. Ain’t it wunnerful?

The Romney family welcomed the adopted child, Kieran James Romney, in the middle of September. The child was adopted by Romney scion Ben and his wife Andelynne.

Naturally, in September, the left exploded in hatred over the announcement.

Yep. Tolerance.

Harris-Perry has since apologized, sort of. But, who cares?

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