There's big money to be made in the Grievance Industry. The reason Juan Williams wrote his book years ago specifically about this "industry" is because he once worked for Jesse Jackson and finally realized Jackson and others like him were going to corporations, getting money deals from them to keep their mouth shuts and not label them as racists to destroy their businesses.<quoted text>
Start With the Man in the Mirror, Don Lemon
The CNN anchor's "tough talk" fails to reflect what's really going on in the black community.
What Lemon did on his show -- wagging his finger at all the pants-sagging, littering, unwed high school dropouts -- was a mutation of truth telling. He was nothing more than a tattletale, pointing excitedly to all the things his brothers and sisters are doing wrong in the hopes of what? A reward? A pat on the back? A seat at Bill O'Reilly's table?
Juan is not conservative-leaning by anyone's standards. Yet, he is extremely passionate about the rap industry also promoting drug abuse, disrespect for women and glorifying gangs. He called it "criminal" because it's just producing more criminals.
You might be awake but you're still very much asleep.