The reason why I find the story of K Carl Smith’s statement regarding the “Voice of Russia” woman very fascinating is because I know of the rude woman who interrupted him during the session. I know of her because she and I had a disagreement just the evening before during a conversation regarding liberal blacks living on a Democratic plantation. She did not like that I referred to the Democratic Party as the liberal plantation and let me and a couple friends know it.
Her name is Kim Brown and she is on twitter. She joined a conversation on Thursday evening before I and friends attended BlogBash. Individuals in the conversation were happy to see that there were a significant about of more black Americans than they had ever seen at this year’s CPAC. Ms Brown walked into the room, jumped into the conversation, showed us her business card which stated she was a Voice for Russia.
Everything seemed to be great for the conversation actually. She then got a good look at who I was and said:
“hey I know you…you are the Newsninja guy right?
“How is it that you are so cool here and you say the most craziest things on twitter?”
I asked her what exactly did she mean by that and she said:
“That democratic blacks live on the plantation stuff”
I said that’s what I really think and the group of individuals started to give her examples of why we thought that way. She wasn’t buying it so we left the conversation to attend the other gathering. She then attacked me on twitter the next morning telling her followers that I needed to be “punched.”
Seems like just a few hours later she’s in the Tea Party Patriots session creating another scene also. She was bad news the night before, the morning of and all the way up until the session, entitled “Trump The Race Card: Are You Sick And Tired Of Being Called A Racist When You Know You’re Not One?”
Statement from K Carl Smith. He is founder of the Frederick Douglass Republicans and an author:
I was invited by the Tea Party Patriots to conduct a breakout session entitled: “Trump The Race Card” and share the Frederick Douglass Republican Message. In the middle of my delivery, while discussing the 1848 “Women’s Rights Convention,” I was rudely interrupted by a woman working for the Voice of Russia. She abruptly asked me: “How many black women were there?” This question was intentionally disruptive and coercive with no way of creating a positive dialogue.