David Shuster in Tampa RNC Tweets Racist Outbursts

David Shuster tweets racist CNN news attack.

David Shuster with CNN news.


Hundreds of years of using education, religion, and media to brainwash racism into society caused the following event. It is unclear if the man making the statement was a Republican Wing Nut, racist Ron Pauly, or just a plant used by Barack Obama to slap African Americans supporting the Republican party. A fourth possibility could easily come into play also. Because of the police/ military presence and media censorship of the protests, CNN may have made up the entire story, just to get a little publicity.


Whatever the case may be. This event shines the spotlight on racism that very much still exists in American and the world’s societies today. Please remember how racism was brainwashed into society over hundreds of years as you read this. The same government you vote for today, still uses brainwashing to manipulate our society. Knowing the truth about how they have used it in the past, and how they use it today to promote wars and new regulations to restrict freedom is the most liberating and disappointing of experiences.

GOP convention-goer throws nuts at black camera woman as he screams:

‘This is how we feed animals!’

A Republican National Convention attendee was removed from the event, after he allegedly threw nuts at a black CNN camerawoman and shouted, “This is how we feed animals!” The network confirmed the incident, but did not go into detail.

The outburst was reported by TPM Tuesday when former MSNBC and Current TV anchor David Shuster tweeted: “GOP attendee ejected for throwing nuts at African American CNN camera woman + saying ‘This is how we feed animals.’” It is unclear whether the assailant was a delegate.

Click Here to see African American Republican Jennifer Carroll’s statement on racism.

CNN confirmed the event in the following statement: “CNN can confirm there was an incident directed at an employee inside the Tampa Bay Times Forum earlier this afternoon. CNN worked with convention officials to address this matter and will have no further comment.”


The outburst was reported by TPM Tuesday when former MSNBC and Current TV anchor David Shuster tweeted: “GOP attendee ejected for throwing nuts at African American CNN camera woman + saying ‘This is how we feed animals.’” It is unclear whether the assailant was a delegate.

CNN confirmed the event in the following statement: “CNN can confirm there was an incident directed at an employee inside the Tampa Bay Times Forum earlier this afternoon. CNN worked with convention officials to address this matter and will have no further comment.”

This is not the first incident to mar the Republican National Convention in Tampa, where GOP delegates have officially nominated Mitt Romney to run for president in November. The convention was originally scheduled to kick off on Monday, but was pushed back due to the threat of Hurricane Isaac.


Also, droves of Ron Paul supporters and other dissenting attendees booed House Speaker John Boehner on Tuesday as he read out a proposal for new party rules that would make it harder for non-mainstream candidates to receive the GOP nomination in the future.

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