Pat Buchanan Out Indefinitely at MSNBC
Posted on: 2012-01-09 20:45:49
So lets get this straight: Buchanan makes the case that demographic shifts will have profound effects on this country, something that should evoke a realistic response from thinking people. But rather than let him voice his historically grounded opinions they cave to a group whose slogan is "Changing the color of democracy," a slogan itself dripping with anti-White hate and supremacism.
Conservative commentator Pat Buchanan has been suspended indefinitely from MSNBC, according to a statement from that network’s President Phil Griffin. An Associated Press article on CBSNews.com blames reaction to Buchanan’s latest book Suicide of a Superpower for his ouster from the cable network, as well as a campaign by the advocacy group, Color of Change.
The former Nixon aide has long courted controversy. In April of this year he said that President Obama’s path to the White House was the result of “Affirmative Action all the way.” In 2009, he asserted that the U.S. “has been a country built, basically, by white folks.”
MSNBC’s Griffin apparently believes, however, that Buchanan’s newest work has crossed a line. Suicide of a Superpower came out in October and features chapters with titles like “The End of White America” and “The Death of Christian America.”