Now broadcasting without longtime sidekick Jake Macmillian MacAulay, Bradlee Dean nonetheless remains on the radio via the Sons of Liberty radio show.
He's still saying peculiar things on the show, even without MacAulay's help. On Saturday, October 12, near the end of the first hour, Dean claimed that Barack Obama seeks to "eradicate the Hispanic and the 'Negro' race," via Planned Parenthood.
Dean went on to say that Obama isn't popular in either black or Latino communities, so much so in the latter case that the President of the United States has to bring "illegals in Mexico" to this country.
Heckova plan to eradicate "the Hispanic race" in America, but what does a small-town blogger know.
Here's the transcript:
And do tell your black friends and your Hispanic friends, that the Obama Administration, through Planned Parenthood, is looking to eradicate the Hispanic and the Negro [sic] race. Hey friends, just saying, just ask Margaret Sanger, do a little homework friends.
Who's the greatest advocate for Planned Parenthood?
And-and-and here's another thing, let's get this right out of our minds, let's dispell all of these lies, friends, the black community doesn't support Barack Hussein Obama the way the state run media wants to you believe he does. And they do! They don't!
And the Hispanic people! Because if they did, then why is he looking to legalize and give license to illegals in Mexico to come to America if he had all of that support? He doesn't have the support!
But the state-run media has deceived you into believing that they do. Friends, they only get away with what you let them get away with.
The audio clip (along with a famous picture of Dean giving the infamous prayer--later stricken from the record of the Minnesota House--in which Dean questioned the President's faith):
Dean is riffing off a right-wing conspiracy theory that holds that Sanger, who did hold racist attitudes though not eliminationist views, planned to wipe out black people. In fact, Sanger did not believe in forced sterilization or birth control for any person. Planned Parenthood looks at the conspiracy theory here.
If the president, a man of African and white heritage, seeks to eradicate "the Negro race," he's not doing a very good job of it.
As for the President's popularity in African-American and Latino communities, perhaps the best index for measuring that opinion was the 2012 presidential election. A snapshot of demographic factors assembled by National Journal after the election noted that 93 percent of black voters cast their ballot for Obama, while 73 percent of Latino voters did so.
That's some hating on the man.
As for the plot to "to legalize and give license to illegals in Mexico to come to America," we're stumped as to what's "illegal" about Mexicans living in Mexico, or why someone who supposedly seeks to "eradicate" Latinos would do so opening up immigration from Mexico.
However, since the discussion over comprehensive immigration reform involves creating a pathway to citizenship for people living in the United States without authorization, updating rules for those seeking to live and work in the country, and border security, Bluestem missed the part about wiping out Hispanics (in order to destroy them!) or bringing in more Mexicans because Latino Americans dislike the president.
Photo: Bradlee Dean speaking at a St. Cloud College Republican sponsored event in April 2012. According to one Dean employee and former SCSU student, the visit helped rescue her from boys, booze and books.
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