Here we go again! The white man did it, so they find the nearest black man to point a finger at. The latest scandal with the Illinois governor making backroom deals on Obama’s empty Senator seat should focus on him and not use distractions or scapegoats to get him off the hot seat. So far, blame is being reportedly spread around instead of directly hitting the governor and giving the most diligent investigation solely focused on him.
How many times have we heard cases of white men being the culprit, yet, because of the media manufactured stereotype of black men, a white person can be believed instantly when they point the finger at a black man as the culpable party in the crime. Well, Jesse Jackson Jr. is not the black man that you can point at and hang arbitrary offenses on. He’s built a reputation in the state as an upstanding politician as well as served as co-chair on Barack Obama’s Presidential campaign. Why would he have to make promises and pay people to get himself considered for Barack’s senate seat? Read here to see how officials are handling the other Jesse.