Don Imus under attack from the liberal thought police again

Comic/Commentator Don Imus defended his comments during his three-hour show linking a football player’s race to brushes with the police.  During his morning show on Monday on Citadel Broadcasting’s ABC Radio Networks, Imus discussed Adam “Pacman” Jones, who was suspended by the National Football League in April 2007 because of his link to a Las Vegas triple shooting.

 

A colleague of Imus commented on how many times Jones had been arrested since he had been drafted by the Tennessee Titans in 2005, and Imus asked what color he was. Told that Jones is black, Imus responded: “Well, there you go. Now we know.”

 

But on Tuesday Imus said during his show: “Obviously I already knew what color he was. The point was to make a sarcastic point.

 

“What people should be outraged about is they arrest blacks for no reason,” he said. “There’s no reason to arrest this kid six times, maybe he did something once, but I mean everybody does something once.”

 

 

The Rev. Al Sharpton, who is a self-annointed expert on “thought” as well as “right  and wrong,” said he found the inference in this week’s remark by Imus “disturbing.” He said his National Action Network lobby group had been monitoring Imus’ show since he returned to the airwaves in December. Sharpton was the point  man who demanded Imus be fired last year for what Sharpton  judged was “hate speech.”

As a side bar, Al Sharpton went along with what was proved, false rape accusations against a white NYPD officer by black woman. Sharpton entered the national stage when a similar smear was chaged against the Duke LaCross team by an African-American adult entertainment performer.

This defines the state of the lopsided legal system in the U.S. today. Imagine what will come with Obama as president and the entire Congress controlled by the Democrat party, America’s race card political party.

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3 thoughts on “Don Imus under attack from the liberal thought police again

  1. Not defending Imus, because that isn’t possible . . . again. But how does Michael Reagan get away with his vile comments without even a buzz?

  2. Imus was sticking up for Pacman Jones with his comments, saying he was targeted because he is black.

    Let’s look at his rap sheet:

    July 13, 2005- Arrested and charged with assault and felony destruction after a nightclub altercation. This began Pacman Jones NFL rap sheet. He already had a lengthy one from high school and college.

    September 5, 2005- Adam was invited to attend the Nashville Sports Council Kickoff Luncheon. Jones went off on a verbal tirade while being told to wait for his car after the event. He then refused to tip the valet service.

    October 2005- State of West Virginia filed a petition stating that Jones had not been contacting his probation officer and that he had not reported his July 2005 arrest. The judge extended the probation for just 90 days.

    March 23, 2006- Charged with marijuana possession in Fayetteville, Georgia. He went on to claim that he knew how to beat the NFL’s drug test.

    August 25, 2006- Arrested for disorderly conduct and public intoxication after being ordered by the cops to leave a Murfreesboro night club several times. Jones claimed a woman stole his wallet. The woman claimed that Jones spat on her. The judge in the case gave Pacman six months probation and told him to stay away from the club.

    October 26, 2006- Jones was issued a citation for misdemeanor assault after a female student from Tennessee State University claimed that Jones spit in her face at a Nashville night club.

    Feburary 19, 2007- The facts are disputed and no charges have been made yet, but Jones was in the middle of a fight and shooting at a strip club in Las Vegas that left one man paralyzed and two more wounded. The fight broke out after Jones showered strippers on stage with $81,000 dollars. The club owner claims Jones was beating a strippers head against the bar while claiming to kill one of the club’s employees.

    The above time line doesn’t include his sentence of one year in prison for a bar fight in Morgantown, West Virginia while in college. The sentence was later suspended in exchange for two years of probation (because he is a really good football player).

  3. You can’t report the facts. It’s not politically correct. You must whitewash every thought before you say it or write it down.

    Bow to BIG BROTHER.

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