MSNBC’s Touré Chalks Up Holocaust Survival to ‘The Power of Whiteness’

Earlier this week, MSNBC’s Touré drew some strong reactions on Twitter by advocating that his followers read an in-depth piece in The Atlantic by Ta-Nehisi Coates that makes “The Case for Reparations.” In the essay, Coates explains why he once opposed the paying of reparations to African-Americans for slavery, but has “evolved” his thinking.

Touré tweeted:

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Despite the protestations of many outraged people on Twitter, he hasn’t deleted the incredibly ignorant post, and hasn’t apologized. You have to be pretty despicable to try to impose the white privilege narrative on victims of the holocaust, but that seems to be the only kind of people MSNBC hires these days.

Touré Thinks Being In A Concentration Camp Is NBD For Whitey

That’s right. MSNBC host Touré is not impressed with surviving the holocaust and rebuilding a life for oneself. Big Deal! That’s just the power of being white, baby!

Cattle cars? Psh. Touré rides the subway sometimes. In New York City. Genocide? Ho hum. Touré has to walk to his high paying TV job UPHILL BOTH WAYS. “Come at me, Jews.”

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