Stacey Dash defends Romney grandchild from MSNBC hate-speech

Stacey Dash defends Romney grandchild from MSNBC hate-speech

"House Arrest" Behind The Scenes Sneak PeekOn the heels of a slew of MSNBC panelists verbally hammering an infant baby guilty of being the adopted grandson of Mitt Romney, actress Stacey Dash has defended the Romney clan via Twitter, as reported by the right-of-center news portal on Dec. 30, 2013.

MSNBC hostess Melissa Harris-Perry and guests all got quite a laugh over a Romney family photograph in which infant Kieran Romney was seated on his grandfather’s knee.


As Harris-Perry  introduced the picture to the panel, guest Pia Glenn mockingly sang “One of these things is not like the others, one of these things just isn’t the same,” a children’s song whose correct lyrics include “one of these things doesn’t belong.”

“And that little baby, front and center, would be the one,” Glenn added.

Getting her jabs in, Harris-Perry added:

And isn’t he the most gorgeous? My goal is that in 2040, the biggest thing of the year will be the wedding between Kieran Romney and North West. Can you imagine Mitt Romney and Kanye West as in-laws?

Alleged comedian Dean Obeidallah piped in by degrading the child to a punchline:

I think this picture is great. It really sums up the diversity of the Republican party, the RNC. At the convention, they find the one black person.

Herself the target of death threats for voting Republican in the 2012 presidential election, Dash used the micro-blogging site Twitter to message her support of the Romney family.

Examples of liberal tolerance include the following tweets:

  • you should go kill yourself
  • Somebody please kill Stacey dash.

T. Kevin Whiteman

T. Kevin Whiteman

T. Kevin Whiteman is a retired Master Sergeant of Marines. He is the founder of the blog Unapologetically Rude and has written for Examiner and other blogs.

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