“To the best of my knowledge, none of Buchanan’s bosses or colleagues at MSNBC have ever publicly challenged him to explain his bigoted proclivities. The real question is why MSNBC continues to give him an aura of respectability by retaining him as a regular political commentator despite his abysmal anti-Semitic record.
The overwhelming majority of MSNBC’s viewers have no idea that Buchanan is not just another affable talking head. That is where he must be exposed. Buchanan has a Constitutional right to be an anti-Semite, but at the very least he should be identified as such every time he is allowed to appear on national television.”
Well who would be more fair and objective than the author of this piece /rolleyes
Menachem Z. Rosensaft is Adjunct Professor of Law at Cornell Law School, and Vice President of the American Gathering of Jewish Holocaust Survivors and Their Descendants
One good thing that came of reading this article and some of Buchanan’s quotes is I certainly gained respect for the man.
If you want to read the diatribe of an angry kike click here