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Columbia University Professor and Dorner Sympathizer Co-Authored Book With Cop-Killer Mumia Abu-Jamal

Dan369 Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 6:48 PM
Sadly, Lamont Hill has been a racist for years. A waste, considering his education, he could have accomplished so much more if not blinded by his hate.
AWLtunedUp Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 7:23 PM
There are so many like that.

C-SPAN II had an episode of ' Afterwords ', featuring Juan Williams. The show is a casual browse through the home of authors. Very informal and inviting of anecdotal conversation.

Every Single Item in Juan's home was Black. In the Living Room, in the Dining Room, in the Kitchen and in his Office/Study, EVERY Momento, Photo, Painting, Nik Nak and Every Book on his Bookcase was Black.

This man sees Every Thing Under the Sun as a BLACK MAN. From the moment he gains consciousness in the morning 'till he passes out at night, EVERYTHING is BLACK to Juan Williams.

But, You and I, of course, are supposed to see everything without any pigmentation at all.

Earlier today on CNN, Columbia University Professor Marc Lamont Hill upheld alleged cop-killer Christopher Dorner as a "superhero" and as a "modern day Jango." As a reminder, Dorner is the ex-LAPD police officer accused of murdering four people, two of which were law enforcement officers. Before going on a week long murderous rampage in California, Dorner wrote a manifesto on his Facebook page praising far left policies and people, including President Obama and CNN's Piers Morgan.

[Dorner] called the father of one of his alleged victims to taunt...