Roland Martin: CNN didn’t know how to market Evangelical, Bible Believing, Non Liberal Black Man

Fresh on his “Crybaby 2013” tour, the “Round Mound of Racist Dog Whistles” Roland S Martin went to the Huffington Post and made even a bigger ass out of himself. Roland Martin is a blogger’s Christmas actually. This man was put on CNN in 2007 and has even hosted a few shows but he can’t bring in ratings on CNN, remember that as you listen to this video.

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I’m really enjoying this fiasco…LOL

So finally a “black man” admitting the inherent racism of the left-wing progressive elites, who would rather have a minority person attain no more than a certain level determined sufficient by the elites. When a minority person becomes too confident and somewhat independent in thought and reason, they waste no time in putting him in his place….LMAO

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Martin already looks like he is hitting the bottle after his firing huh?

This explains why there are more Republican minorities in positions of “leadership” (governors, legislature), than the Democrats whose minority members are mostly rank-and-file, essentially there to serve as minions and justify the fallacy of “Republicans don’t care about minorities”.

Hey Roland, these people got fired from CNN too, they didn’t complain and cry like you are right now.Roland is angry because he’s out of the main spotlight as little as CNN had. Roland Martin is a has been that pushed racist language and biased political language whenever he got a chance to do so.

Roland is just being a bitter arse about this whole thing. Just because CNN didn’t want him to host a show doesn’t mean that it had anything to do with his race. That’s just showbiz, baby. And the fact that he thinks that his social commentary is comparable to Bernard Shaw’s journalistic skills shows he is deluded.

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