The beauty of color blind radio

© 2018 Jim Spence - Crowds at Trump rallies routinely chant, "CNN Sucks!"
Of course the president does not discourage this sort of behavior. When CNN provides virtually one-hundred percent negative coverage of an elected official like Trump, something that had never happened until 2016, it would seem that the president does not feel he has anything to lose by encouraging his followers to rebuke the network.
Some observers watching all of this should ask themselves the following question: “Does CNN really suck?”
For starters, only shameless white male progressives who participate in self-loathing and group emasculation are considered worthy of holding jobs at the hapless network. However, sometimes it takes a radio show to expose the utter bias and anti-white obsession with virtually everyone working at CNN. Yesterday on Sirius XM radio, it all came together when CNN’s legal "analyst," Areva Martin was being taken to the woodshed during a debate with Fox Nation host David Webb.
Once Martin realized her assertions were falling flat and coming off as complete nonsense, she did what all progressives at CNN do. She accused show host David Webb of enjoying “white privilege.” Essentially this cheap shot is a standard part of the CNN playbook. If a CNN analyst cannot win a debate on the merits, they simply call the person making better arguments a racist.
In this situation yesterday, the beauty of color blind radio was illustrated in ways that television simply cannot. With debates on radio, unless the competition for ideas is done face-to-face, the debate participants have to make real intellectual points. Here is the transcript of the exchange where neither participant could see the other:
Webb: “I’ve chosen to cross different parts of the media world, done the work so that I’m qualified to be in each one. I never considered my color the issue, I considered my qualifications the issue.”
Martin: “That’s a whole, another long conversation about white privilege, the things that you have the privilege of doing, that people of color don’t have the privilege of.”
Webb: “How do I have the privilege of white privilege?”
Martin: “David, by virtue of being a white male, you have white privilege.”
Webb must have been laughing hysterically inside as he heard her progressive taunt. Quickly he countered the hapless CNN analyst: “Areva, I hate to break it to you, but you should’ve been better prepped. I’m black.”
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Areva Martin                                David Webb
Mortified, Martin reverted to a sheepish response. “I stand corrected,” she said.
Next Webb scolded Martin for making a typical “assumption."
Martin knows no better. Accordingly, why wouldn’t Martin make an assumption? When all else fails she has always resorted to telling all white guys that they walk on red carpets all day.
Embarrassed, Martin decided cast even more doubts on her character when she decided it was time to throw her “team” under the bus. She accused her "team" providing her with inaccurate information.
Let's think about this change in tactics. It was a tough spot for Martin. Imagine her "team" not informing her of the color of the skin of her debate combatant before-hand. Now that’s pretty shabby help. I say fire the chumps.
When Webb told Martin she had insulted him, it was clear that she really didn't get it.
“It is and I apologize,” Martin replied. “I was given wrong information.” In her tiny little mind, it is impossible to insult a white man.
After further review, the call on the field is confirmed. CNN sucks.