ZoNation defends Cliven Bundy against the liberal media

A great clip by Zo where he defends Cliven Bundy against charges of racism by the liberal media. I know it’s been a few days since Bundy has been in the media spotlight, but you should really should watch this:

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  • bongobear

    Zo is correct. The problem is, how do you get the unedited video in front of the American people if the mainstream media doesn’t show it? Not everyone reads The Right Scoop (unfortunately).

    • S9

      The all-around media are made up of cowards, even Fox who is supposed to be more “balanced”. They wouldn’t touch race or sexual orientation if you offered to pay their advertising fees for the next 20 years!

      Cowards run America and they hide behind the fig leaf of political correctness to try and protect themselves. Truth is secondary to self-preservation.

      • bongobear

        Agreed.

  • 1vote

    Zo has nailed it again !! Better than I could ever say it.
    I want to say I am still upset how that Hannity threw Bundy under the bus so fast. Especially since Bundy specifically mentioned abortions and crime. Just ask one of the millions of aborted babies where they would be better off – I’d say their odds of survival were way better on the plantation than they are with planned parenthood.
    Also, Bundy specifically mentioned crime and young men imprisoned (a fact that many have lamented). How about ask a 45 yr old that has spent his whole life behind bars if he is better off now in this society. How about asking one of the kids who was victim of drive by gang shooting – yeah, ask him is he is better off laying on the sidewalk with his brains all over.
    I continue the think Bundy a decent man. Maybe not the most politically correct in this age of the thought police. Actually, he is quite anti-racist.
    So disappointed how this man was thrown under the bus.

  • MontyRay

    Agree 100% with Zo’s comments. However, Cliven made one major error in his description…to describe slaves as having some sort of family life is false.

    • Gary Dickson

      Well, when one wants to suppress or eliminate a particular group of people, the first thing you do is undermine the value one has in oneself along with the family structure. I’m not sure myself, but my guess is that slavery was simply another “use ’em and toss ’em” approach to human beings. As a result, the chances of the family structure staying intact were probably minimal at best.

      Today’s liberals, leftists, and Democrats have the same approach, “use ’em and toss ’em.”

      Nothing new under the sun.

  • Butch

    After hearing him . When will the blacks wake up to the left and their own people who use them for their own means . It’s only been about a hundred years , I guess when the money and free things run out then they might wake up and see that it’s to LATE . It’s to bad that the LEFT has suppressed these people , but after a hundred years maybe that’s what they want . Someone else to THINK for them , and they all have one thing in common the POWER to keep you DOWN .

  • DellaNLampkin

    Bundy specifically mentioned crime and young men imprisoned (a fact that many have lamented). How about ask a 45 yr old that has spent his whole life behind bars if he is better off now in this society. How about asking one of the kids who was victim of drive by gang shooting – yeah, ask him is he is better off laying on the sidewalk with his brains all over. http://sn.im/28v3ntg

  • kazzer66

    I was never really a fan of Sean Hannity, but I never actively disliked him until his cowardly treatment of Cliven Bundy. He used Mr. Bundy and then threw him to the wolves, when the Lefty thought police framed him as a racist.

    Whether you agree with how Mr. Bundy has handled his situation, or not, racism is NOT a part of his personality.

    Sean Hannity and many of the Right wing pundits let themselves be pwnd by the Liberal race baiter hater’s club.

    Wouldn’t it be nice if the powers that be, on the Right, would grow a backbone, and point out the facts of the Republican party, and the real history behind the abolition of slavery and the advent of civil rights?

    I guess that’s just too much work, when you’re being courted by lobbyists and selling out to corporate interests.

    • Gary Dickson

      I would suggest that the conservatives were so afraid of inadvertently “confirming” what liberals, leftists, and Democrats have been saying for so long – namely, that Republicans and conservatives are racist – that they felt they had no choice but to call Mr. Bundy’s comments as racist.

      They were so concerned about keeping their defenses up that they threw Mr. Bundy under the bus.

      It was nothing but another liberal / leftist / Democrat “gotcha” in the same way that the New York Times pulled a “gotcha” on Mr. Bundy.

      Would that they have waited for Zo.

  • ryanomaniac

    Zo is good at what he does. Love watching his video’s.

  • Conservator1

    Zo, today’s Thomas Paine, is remarkable at dissecting a complex issue and then, explaining it using the common man’s language. In less than 8 minutes, he exposed those conservatives who threw Bundy under the bus (Hannity a great example) because God forbid if leftist bigots label you as a racist.

  • $104629236

    Zoe is a perfect example of why a political commentator should think before speaking. Zoe always nails it.

  • S9

    liberals suffer from alethephobia

    • badbadlibs

      I had to look that up, but yea…spot on!

  • S9

    Why won’t Republicans continuously repeat that the Democrat Party defended slavery? In time they would win hands down. Keep repeating it until people begin to realize that it wasn’t Republicans who defended slavery, but Democrats. If Democrats want to use the race card, then Republicans should use the history card.

    It works on their “war on women” comments as well. It was the Republican Party that pioneered the right of women to vote.

    I mean, you would pretty much have to be stupid and utterly inept to NOT continuously use these facts to deter liberal-marxist attacks.

    But then, stupidity and ineptitude pretty much characterizes modern repugnantcanism.

  • notebene

    Harry Reid needed a way to yell, “squirrel” and was only so happy to do so in the case of Cliven Bundy. Mr. Bundy was baited and the lamestream and most especially, Sean Hannity, used him and spat him out. The real issue is why our race relations have deteriorated under this imposter in chief! He has managed to divide this nation in every way imaginable and I, frankly have no use for anyone…liberal or conservative…that falls for this donkey pudding! Zo…is simply the best and has a God-given gift for pointing out “donkey pudding” when he sees it!

  • badbadlibs

    Be nice if Hannity would watch this and the other so called conservatives who thru Bundy under the bus.

    • notebene

      So much for , “fair and balanced”. Funny…Hannity didn’t like it when Jon Stewart did this to him, but he had no qualms in doing this to Bundy!

      • badbadlibs

        Hannity is a legend in his own mind.

    • kong1967

      You think they’d know better after there has been incident after incident of the MSM editing video to send a message totally different than what was actually said. Remember Rick Perry and the black cloud comment? Rush has been hit so many times you can’t count them.

      Never trust a video presented by liberals….ever.

      • badbadlibs

        Never trust anything presented by a liberal….ever.
        It’s stunning how they get away with lie upon lie upon lie…….

        • kong1967

          Lol, even more true.

  • kong1967

    Alfonzo needs to be the spokesman for the Republican party to the black community. He is so good and articulate, and he is so right on the money.

    It’s difficult for whites, or for me at least, to talk about the problems in the black community. If you talk about how degraded those communities are, the high crime rates, the lack of education, the commitment to the Democrat party, and bla bla bla, you sound like a racist jerk that believes blacks are inferior. That’s not true at all, and we need to talk about it if it’s ever going to change. Democrats have destroyed those communities. In my opinion, it’s intentional. No unintended consequences here. They know exactly what they are doing.

    • Republicans don’t want conservatives. Conservatives are too much “stress”, dontcha know! That’s why they don’t even bother to go into predominately black areas. Just the other day, folks just found out about Dr. Carson. Seriously! I’ve know about him for almost 2 decades. Just reading about him tells me the kind of person he is.

      What Rand is doing is what every republican should have been doing since the 80s! When there is no framework for getting those votes, they will never get them! I liked Steve Lonegan and all these other folks because they knew the issues. Nobody needs to pander. Go after tax-paying, business-owning, private property-seeking blacks, who lean conservative (economically) and you will get a new conservative coalition.

      It is so easy to get more blacks to vote conservative. But with folks like Johnny Boehner, McCain, and the rest, what’s the incentive to do so?

      • kong1967

        Yeah, but Rand is talking about (I believe) putting more minorities into office in the Republican party and pandering to minorities like Democrats do. I want more minorities in the party, but I’m not going to vote for them just to be like Democrats that only put on a face to fool the public. Pandering is the wrong way to get votes. I hate it when anyone does it. I will vote for any minority that is the best candidate that most closely reflects my views, but never just for appearance of the party.

        I think we just need to get our message out better AND expose the Democrats for how they use minorities and for how they intentionally keep them down.

        • Exactly. All hands on deck.

  • “If you’re not careful, the newspapers will have you hating the people who are being oppressed, and loving the people who are doing the oppressing.”

    -Malcolm X