Fired Radio Host Anthony Cumia Appears on White Supremacist ‘Political Cesspool’ Show
In today’s news from America’s caveman subculture, radio host Anthony Cumia, who was fired by SiriusXM for an extended racist tirade on Twitter, appeared Saturday on the Tennessee white supremacist radio show Political Cesspool: Radio Host Fired for Racist Tirade Resurfaces in “Pro-White” Media.
Edwards wrote that he had Cumia on The Political Cesspool to discuss “the next phase of his career and his plan to talk openly and honestly about racial issues. This is what a REAL conversation about race sounds like.” During the hour-long interview, Cumia complained about how white males are treated as “the abomination of the United States” despite their “astounding” historical achievements. He continued, citing the NASA Apollo program:
CUMIA: When you watch any of the footage of any of the Apollo programs over the years and you look at the control room of mission control, what do you see? Do you see diversity there? Honestly, let’s be honest. You’re seeing white males smoking cigarettes, drinking coffee at the console and putting people on the moon. How is this a horrible thing? How is this something to look at and say, “We need to change this by injecting people that do not pay attention to the laws of this country, do not assimilate to the cultures, do not work and contribute to this nation”? Why is this a good thing to then add these people into the formula to make this a great country? Diversity for the sense of just diversity is not a good thing. And when I talk about race and try to be open and honest about it in this day and age, you’re chastised, you’re looked at as the racist.
Cumia explained that liberals “don’t want open and honest dialogue [on race] … They want the continued victimization and excuses that go out. The second you literally bring up the real problems that are happening in this country as far as certain communities go, you’re chastised, you’re given that scarlet letter which is now R — ‘racist.’ And there’s no way to discuss this as a white, especially male American without being called a racist.”
Edwards later claimed “a significant percentage of the black community, let’s just put it that way, have become like a petulant child,” prompting Cumia to reply, “yes.” Edwards added that the black community is “someone that just thinks that they can throw a fit and get what they want” and “they’ve gotten the shakedown thing going here.”
Over the years The Political Cesspool show has featured a who’s who of racist, neo-Nazi, and white nationalist troglodytes, including Ted Nugent, Pat Buchanan, Jerome Corsi, and of course David Duke.
Here’s a copy of their guest list, captured in 2013; it has since been deleted from their site. You may be surprised at some of the names on this list: The Political Cesspool Radio Program Guest List.