Monday, July 29, 2013

That Conservative Black Chick!

I have always been puzzled by African-American conservatives. I have never understood their decision to align themselves with a group who's ideology is not all inclusive. Being a Black conservative is almost like an oxymoron. They seem contradictory in nature. But that's just my opinion. The beautiful thing about America is the fact that everyone has the right to believe whatever they want to believe, even if what they believe is detrimental to their own well being. 
But when they use their beliefs as a platform to cast aspersions from a top a proverbial high horse, it becomes decisive, self serving and at times, evil.

Crystal WrightFollowing Sybrina Fulton‘s, (Trayvon Martins mother), powerful and emotional plea Friday to the National Urban League, conservative Black token du jourCrystal Wright, who has coined the moniker, Conservative Black Chick, took to Twitter and attacked the grieving mother as being opportunistic, dishonest, and phony.

Wright cruelly accused Fulton of “manufacturing a race war” and suggests that she “move on” or “get on with writing her book.” 

Move on from her murdered child? Ms. Wright has sank to an all time low, and her insensitive accusations are nothing more than a disgusting attempt to appease the morally bankrupt jackals within her party.

Mimicking the crass, troll tactics of some of her GOP brethren, Wright agreed and retweeted followers who claimed that Sybrina Fulton “didn’t care about Trayvon till she copyrighted his name and made trash cans of money.”

This woman is nothing more than a vulgar puppet, a black faced extension of Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannady, and the like with less moral fiber. Wright is even worse than the aforementioned because she actually is what she despises. But what she doesn't realize is, she has already been defined by those who are in her party, and no matter how much she thinks she belongs, I am willing to bet that they don't think she belongs. 

“Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt.”
Abraham Lincoln


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