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Posted at 12:00 AM on Friday, July 24, 2009 by David Horowitz
Racist Harvard, Gates Should Apologize
I was on Glenn Beck yesterday to comment on the Henry Louis Gates fiasco. I blogged what I was going to say in advance on our new Newsreal Blog here. A reader of my blog claims that the fact that black males are more likely to come under suspicion than whites is an indication of the racism of law enforcement. First, not in this case. A black man was seen -- seen -- breaking into a house. In fact a black man -- Gates -- was breaking into the house, which happened to be his own. The incident was created when the investigating officer asked him to step outside the house so he could determine what happened. Instead of cooperating Gates became antagonistic and started calling the cop a racist and while still behind the door phoned the Cambridge police, asked to speak to the chief and called the cop racist. As it happens the cop is an Obama supporter, was in charge of a police program designed to train officers in how to avoid racial profiling, gave mouth-to-mouth resuscitation to try to save the life of basketball star Reggie Lewis, and probably didn't appreciate being called a racist and trash talked by a punk-assed Harvard college professor. The cop should have been more professional but the Harvard lynch party which has reacted to this incident by slandering not only the Cambridge police but police in general should have their mouths flushed.

What's a black man with a PhD? Gates and his professor friends have asked. Their answer: a ni--er. The truth: a friend of the President. A wealthier professor than a white with a PhD.

David Horowitz is the founder of The David Horowitz Freedom Center and author of the new book, One Party Classroom.

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