The Washington Post uses Image of Malcom X for Obama

How many folks can tell the difference between a photo of Malcom X and President Barack Obama?  Well the Washington Post seems to be having difficulty with that.  If any right leaning news  agency would have done this, could you imagine the outrage?  Their would be jokes made on Leno.  They would talk about how racist folks are that they can’t tell the difference between  black people…. as all being alike etc.  But you won’t hear any of that today.  Only Breitbart BigJournalism Picked up on the story:

malcom x

Just imagine. Production slip-ups happen all the time, but still… Perhaps you can help the Post distinguish between Malcom X and the President of the United States.

via » Open Thread: Imagine If a Conservative Publication Had Done This – Big Journalism.

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