Tea Party Leader Mark Williams: The NAACP is a ‘Vile Racist Group’
Tea Party Express spokesman Mark Williams was previously featured at LGF when he called President Obama an “Indonesian Muslim welfare thug” and the “racist in chief.”
NPR’s Cheryl Corley interviewed Williams as a “Tea Party leader” for their piece about the NAACP resolution condemning tea party racism, and Williams performed on cue, calling the NAACP a “vile racist group” that makes “more money off of race than any slave trader ever.”
“I don’t recall the NAACP speaking out when George Bush was portrayed as Curious George or as The Joker,” said Mark Williams, a national spokesman for the Tea Party Express.
“I don’t recall the NAACP ever standing up and saying we need to civilize discourse when Republicans were in the White House,” Williams added.
A number of Tea Party leaders say they don’t tolerate racist displays.
Williams contends that it’s actually the NAACP that’s being bigoted.
“You’re dealing with people who are professional race-baiters, who make a very good living off this kind of thing. They make more money off of race than any slave trader ever. It’s time groups like the NAACP went to the trash heap of history where they belong with all the other vile racist groups that emerged in our history,” Williams said.
The NAACP couldn’t have asked for a better poster boy for an anti-racism resolution. Hey Mr. Williams — they’re talking about you.