Infiltrators posing as tea partiers?

Posted: March 30, 2010
1:00 am Eastern
© 2010

The liberal Democrats, aided by infectious granuloma like Janeane Garafolo and Rosie O'Donnell, have been attempting to brand the tea party as a movement motivated by racism since its inception. Congress members are now following in vocal pursuit.

This is an orchestrated assault by left-wing socialists straight from the pages of Saul Alinsky's playbook. His plan was to have his people pose as members of the groups he hated and act in disruptive, untoward ways that the groups he opposed would be blamed for. It is intended to impugn, marginalize and intimidate into submission tea-party members and the grass-roots movement that is growing in its intensity like a brush fire on a dry prairie.

The airways are now filled with Democrats claiming they are receiving threats and being called names by those angered that Obamacare was passed. I argue this is simply untrue. Allegations of the "N" word being hurled at black congressmen are unsubstantiated. It is not impossible that a rogue tea-party member or someone associated with same would leave a voice message that was less than flattering. That said, absolutely nothing dissuades me from believing that people posing as tea-party members would, in fact, do that and more for the express purpose of negatively branding their perceived opponents.

KKK's first targets were Republicans – read how Democrats started the group in "Setting the Record Straight: American History in Black & White"

I've been to tea-party events in several states. I've been the keynote speaker at said events, and I'm scheduled to speak at future ones. I have yet to hear anything that remotely resembled or hinted at a racial epithet, much less a spoken one.

But I cannot say the same for the breeding place of vipers and the nidus they crawl out of. I am speaking about the liberal party.

It wasn't conservatives that attacked Justice Clarence Thomas with the must vulgar epithets. It was Julianne Malveaux, a black liberal, who told a television audience she hoped Justice Thomas' wife fed him an over abundance of eggs and butter so he would hopefully die an early death.

Ask Michelle Malkin if it's liberals or conservative tea-party members who have threatened her. Ask Ward Connerly, Thomas Sowell, Erik Rush, Walter Williams or Jesse Lee Peterson who it is that threatens them and/or sends them crude e-mails. Ask Star Parker the same thing. Consider the hateful things said about President George W. Bush.

Permit me to share some of the wonderfully crude messages I/we receive at Project 21. "The Field RR******RR ," a black website, awarded my fellow Project 21 members and I their "house RR******RR of the day" award. Recognition of the award was written for them by Wain Bennett, a black lawyer from Philadelphia. Herman Hudson wrote us saying he hoped I went to hell with Jesse Lee Peterson, Pat Robertson and Jerry Falwell. James Kilgore wrote, "I'd like to hire a couple of you house RR******RR to come do a shuffle and buck dance show. How much? I'll make sure that there will be some white a-- there for you to lick."

Mario Marcal Salas wrote, "Your group has been given the Uncle Tom award. Congratulations." Miles Lay wrote, "Mr. Massie, why is it that Uncle Tom RR******RR like you all are pundits or work at think tanks? You know why, because all you sellout niggas are for sale. … You … gets paid to be an attack dog for conservative crackers." wrote, "I hope the next noose will be around yours and your colleagues' necks, and hanging from a tree in the town square." wrote, "You faggot RR******RR need to be lynched by the Klan. I pray a nightrider strings up every one of you no count, good for nothing RR******RR . It would serve you right for trying to think those crackers love you. I hate a house RR******RR worst than I do a Klansman. Rot in hell you scurvy dogs. I would laugh to see your body strung up. It would save us real brothers the time and trouble to do it." These are just a few of the many I/we receive weekly that are fit to share publicly.

I guarantee you these are not from conservatives or tea-party members. They are from Obama supporters and those who support the liberal party. To that point, wrote, " You are just a bunch of house RR******RR . … Obama is change. You are a black cancer."

My point is, the liberal elected are pretending to be fearful for their safety – but that is designed to undermine the resolve of the opposing force that holds their future (come November) in their hands.

They know their media sycophants will latch onto these lies and run with them. A coffin in front of Bart Stupak's house – intended to remind him of the unborn children that will die thanks to him selling out – is not a threat.

Neither is telling someone they should suffer for their actions. We must be aware and indefatigable in our pursuit to unseat those who have betrayed their oaths, betrayed us and betrayed America. We must not allow this transpicuous attempt to marginalize us to succeed.

We must be aware that, potentially, Janet Napolitano will use these fabrications to attempt taking action against us. Keep in mind, it wasn't that long ago that she referenced us, along with U.S. military veterans, as being potential right-wing terrorists.

Mychal Massie is chairman of the National Leadership Network of Black Conservatives-Project 21 – a conservative black think tank located in Washington, D.C. He was recognized as the 2008 Conservative Man of the Year by the Conservative Party of Suffolk County, N.Y. He is a nationally recognized political activist, pundit and columnist. He has appeared on Fox News Channel, CNN, MSNBC, C-SPAN, NBC, Comcast Cable and talk radio programming nationwide. A former self-employed business owner of more than 30 years, Massie can be followed on Twitter and Facebook.