"[P]ro-White" radio host Edwards asks of Media Matters' funders: "[W]hat do you want to bet that a lot of those 'wealthy liberals' have funny last names?"

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Responding to a Media Matters item, James Edwards, co-host of the "pro-White" Political Cesspool Radio Show, asserted that Media Matters is funded by "a bunch of 'wealthy liberals,' " and said: "And what do you want to bet that a lot of those 'wealthy liberals' have funny last names?" Edwards also said of himself and his Political Cesspool co-hosts, "We are not rooting for either candidate. We're rooting for white people."

In an August 15 blog post, James Edwards, co-host of the "pro-White" Political Cesspool Radio Show, responded to a Media Matters for America item noting that Jerome Corsi, author of The Obama Nation: Leftist Politics and the Cult of Personality, appeared on the July 20 edition of the show and is reportedly scheduled to appear in its August 17 broadcast. In his post, headlined "Gays, liberals attack Jerome Corsi," Edwards wrote that Media Matters was "founded and is run by homosexual David Brock." After asserting that Media Matters is funded by "a bunch of 'wealthy liberals,' " Edwards said: "And what do you want to bet that a lot of those 'wealthy liberals' have funny last names?"

Edwards also wrote: "And notice that no one ever refutes anything I've written. They can't. But they hate the fact that I'm telling the truth on my blog and on the radio show, so, because they can't refute me, they simply resort to name calling." In fact, Media Matters highlighted some of Edwards' comments. Edwards has asserted on his blog that "[i]nterracial sex is white genocide" and called British historian David Irving -- who was, according to BBC News, "jailed by an Austrian court after pleading guilty to denying that the Holocaust took place" -- a "real hero" and "a survivor of the Jewish Holocaust against free speech." As Media Matters noted, his radio show has on its website a "Statement of Principles" saying that the show "represent[s] a philosophy that is pro-White" and which "heartily endorse[s] and accept[s] as our own, the founding tenets of the Council of Conservative Citizens [CCC]."

In a second August 15 post responding to how his "blog has been getting a ton of traffic over the past two days thanks to the liberal/homosexual assault being waged against Jerome Corsi on behalf of the Barack Obama campaign," Edwards said of himself and his Political Cesspool co-hosts, "We are not rooting for either candidate. We're rooting for white people." Edwards further asserted: "Between McCain and Obama, we couldn't care less who wins. In fact, we think an Obama victory would be fitting. The only countries in the world that have black heads of state are third world countries, and as massive demographic changes in this country will soon make much of America a third world country, a black president would be entirely appropriate." Edwards' post also referred to "the left wing homosexuals over at Media Matters."

From Edwards' first August 15 post, headlined "Gays, liberals attack Jerome Corsi":

Jerome Corsi, author of the #1 bestseller The Obama Nation, is scheduled to appear on The Political Cesspool this Sunday. Yesterday the liberal hate machine went into high gear in a massive, coordinated attack campaign against Mr. Corsi, which is no doubt being managed and directed by the Obama campaign. They remember how devastatingly effective his book Unfit For Command was in keeping John Kerry out of the White House, and they're going to do their darndest to try to keep him from repeating his success with Obama.

And what's their latest angle of attack? They're trumpeting the fact that he's going to talk about his book on The Cesspool. The first big story came yesterday from the far left wing Media Matters, which was founded and is run by homosexual David Brock. You can read it here.

Summary: Despite stating that he had apologized for what was described as a "series of bigoted and hateful posts," Jerome Corsi, author of The Obama Nation, is scheduled to appear with host James Edwards on the August 17 edition of The Political Cesspool Radio Show, which, according to its "Statement of Principles," "represent[s] a philosophy that is pro-White." In a blog post, Edwards has stated that "[i]nterracial sex is white genocide."

Then the equally far left wing Huffington Post came after Corsi and The Cesspool. You can read their diatribe here.

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And notice that no one ever refutes anything I've written. They can't. But they hate the fact that I'm telling the truth on my blog and on the radio show, so, because they can't refute me, they simply resort to name calling. And then they attack Dr. Corsi for appearing on my show, as if every guest on every radio show endorses every opinion and action of the host of that show. Which is insane. There are lots of things I've written that Dr. Corsi doesn't agree with, and there are lots of things he's written that I don't agree with. Appearing on a show to promote your book in no way implies anything, let alone that you agree with the radio host 100%. Corsi appeared on Larry King Live the other night, but no one ever accuses guests of Larry King of endorsing being married 7 times, not to mention King's criminal background, which includes charges of bribery, corruption, grand larceny, and passing 14 bad checks.

Besides, what conservative wouldn't be proud to be attacked by these freaks? Like David Brock, the former "conservative" writer for The American Spectator, who's now openly homosexual and a flaming liberal, who wrote in one of his books about arranging a dinner/interview with Matt Drudge. But Drudge misunderstood -- he thought it was a date, and brought a dozen roses for Brock, and took him gay bar hopping. Drudge later wrote to Brock that some were saying that Drudge and Brock were gay lovers and "I should only be so lucky." Brock, the former "conservative", then went on to found Media Matters which exists to expose "the lies of the right wing media." And guess who's funding this little venture? The notorious Moveon.org, for one, and a bunch of "wealthy liberals." And what do you want to bet that a lot of those "wealthy liberals" have funny last names?

From Edwards' second post, headlined "Note for our newer readers":

My blog has been getting a ton of traffic over the past two days thanks to the liberal/homosexual assault being waged against Jerome Corsi on behalf of the Barack Obama campaign. Most of the liberal bloggers/websites that have mentioned us do nothing but call us names, lifting passages directly from a hate piece by the Southern Poverty Law Center. Many of them give the impression that we're McCain supporters. Some make outrageously false accusations that we "malign" Jews and non-whites. These are both lies.

I am the furthest thing possible from a McCain supporter. The same is true of all my co-hosts on The Political Cesspool radio program. We've never been McCain supporters, nor Bush supporters. We are NOT Republicans. We are pro-white, and seek what's best for white people. (We are not "white supremacists" as all these gay/liberal liars are saying.) We believe the interests of white people come first, and we want what's best for our people. A McCain victory would not be in the interests of white people by any stretch of the imagination. Between McCain and Obama, we couldn't care less who wins. In fact, we think an Obama victory would be fitting. The only countries in the world that have black heads of state are third world countries, and as massive demographic changes in this country will soon make much of America a third world country, a black president would be entirely appropriate.

We are not rooting for either candidate. We're rooting for white people.

Nor do we malign any racial group. We tell the truth about racial differences, and unlike the mainstream media, we don't cover up the racial angles of important news stories. Unlike some people, we don't consider pointing out that a Jew is a Jew to be "anti-semitic", any more than pointing out that Obama is black is "anti-black." And the very people attacking us as racists, the left wing homosexuals over at Media Matters, have no compunctions at all about highlighting people's race when it suits their purposes. Of course, when they do it, it's not "racism", it's just "honest reporting", etc.

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