MSNBC analyst Touré says it will be interesting to see how Republicans, who so far haven't backed away from presidential hopeful Herman Cain despite numerous allegations of sexual harassment, react to the latest charge from a white woman, according to Real Clear Politics.
Once again calling Cain the Republicans' "new black friend," Touré explains how "black sexuality" or, rather, "predatory black sexuality" scares white America, or something. Transcript:
Martin Bashir, host: "Touré, you were just nodding your head agreeing with Karen? What, on the ethnicity of the accuser?"
Touré: "Yes, absolutely. Charles Blow was talking about this the other day. What sort of comb, he says, does these women use? We're going to see how open the GOP is to this black — their 'new black friend' when they find out he is harassing blonde women as opposed to black women. That sort of thing of black sexuality — predatory black sexuality. Very frightening in this country, still. Very threatening. So we'll see how that plays out."
The truth is, we won't know how this affects his candidacy until the Republicans nominate a candidate. Until then, everything is just noise.
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