The ankle-nippers at Big Dead Andy’s Big Mausoleum of Otherwise Unemployables have claimed another head to be mounted on their wall of Black People We Don’t Like Because They Are Black People. In this case, Joe Williams from the Beltway Daily Racing Form known as Politico:

Joe Williams, the POLITICO reporter who was suspended last week for controversial remarks he had made on television and Twitter, will leave his job.

“After some cordial discussions, Joe Williams and I mutually decided that the best step for him is to begin a transition to the next phase of his career,” POLITICO editor-in-chief John Harris wrote in a memo to staff, sent early Saturday morning. “Joe is an experienced and respected journalist, with keen insights into politics. After nearly 30 years in the business, he has the authority and is ready to give voice to his insights and conclusions in a new setting.”

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In an MSNBC interview on June 21, Williams suggested that Mitt Romney was only comfortable around white people, prompting the conservative website Breitbart.com to flag a number of negative remarks Williams had made about Romney on Twitter. That night, Harris and executive editor Jim VandeHei sent a memo to staff announcing that Williams’ remarks “fell short of our standards for fairness and judgment,” and that he would be suspended pending review.

Here is what Williams said about Mitt Romney that made him the equivalent of a New Black Panther menacing voters with a beret, a scowl, and his general blackity blackness:

Romney is very, very comfortable, it seems, with people who are like him. That’s one of the reasons why he seems so stiff and awkward in some town hall settings, why he can’t relate to people other than that. But when he comes on “ Fox & Friends,” they are like him, they’re white folks who are very much relaxed in their own company, so it really is a very stark contrast, I think, and a problem that he has not been able to solve to date, and he’s going to have to network harder if he’s going to try to compete.

Joe Williams is totally racist against awkward people (awkwardist?) and so the failed Harvard Law graduates, who edit Breitbart.com because that job at Subway fell through, successfully mau-maued Politico’s John Harris and Jim VandeHei who promptly rolled over and piddled on their bellies because the sociopathic Breitbart children who continually accuse them of being biased will …. accuse them of being biased.

Well (being) played, boys. Dead Andrew Breitbart still rules your world.

Slow golf clap…

The ankle-nippers at Big Dead Andy’s Big Mausoleum of Otherwise Unemployables have claimed another head to be mounted on their wall of Black People We Don’t Like Because They Are Black People.  In this case, Joe Williams from the Beltway Daily Racing Form known as Politico:

Joe Williams, the POLITICO reporter who was suspended last week for controversial remarks he had made on television and Twitter, will leave his job.

“After some cordial discussions, Joe Williams and I mutually decided that the best step for him is to begin a transition to the next phase of his career,” POLITICO editor-in-chief John Harris wrote in a memo to staff, sent early Saturday morning. “Joe is an experienced and respected journalist, with keen insights into politics. After nearly 30 years in the business, he has the authority and is ready to give voice to his insights and conclusions in a new setting.”

[…]

In an MSNBC interview on June 21, Williams suggested that Mitt Romney was only comfortable around white people, prompting the conservative website Breitbart.com to flag a number of negative remarks Williams had made about Romney on Twitter. That night, Harris and executive editor Jim VandeHei sent a memo to staff announcing that Williams’ remarks “fell short of our standards for fairness and judgment,” and that he would be suspended pending review.

Here is what Williams said about Mitt Romney that made him the equivalent of a New Black Panther menacing voters with a beret, a scowl, and his general blackity blackness:

Romney is very, very comfortable, it seems, with people who are like him. That’s one of the reasons why he seems so stiff and awkward in some town hall settings, why he can’t relate to people other than that. But when he comes on “ Fox & Friends,” they are like him, they’re white folks who are very much relaxed in their own company, so it really is a very stark contrast, I think, and a problem that he has not been able to solve to date, and he’s going to have to network harder if he’s going to try to compete.

Joe Williams is totally racist against awkward people (awkwardist?) and so the failed Harvard Law graduates, who edit Breitbart.com because that job at Subway fell through, successfully mau-maued Politico’s John Harris and Jim VandeHei who promptly rolled over and piddled on their bellies because the sociopathic Breitbart children who continually accuse them of being biased will …. accuse them of being biased.

Well (being) played, boys. Dead Andrew Breitbart still rules your world.

Slow golf clap…

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