Talking Points Memo wrote up a story equating audience being frustrated with Brown and the racist's comments:http://tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com/2013/03/tea-party-event-on-racial-tolerance-turns-to-chaos-as-white-supremacists-arrive.php …
Liberals quick to promote white separatist troll as face of CPAC
TPM reports, “Several people in the audience cheered and applauded Terry’s outburst” questioning Frederick Douglass’ forgiveness of his former slave master" -- but video doesn’t bear out that account, despite being embedded within TPM’s report.
CPAC participant defends slavery at minority outreach panel: It gave "food and shelter" to blacks http://thkpr.gs/ZG41pY
Jason Howerton of The Blaze spoke to Terry and assures readers that Terry is not the face of conservatism, despite what media coverage would like the public to believe.
I talked to Scott Terry who made some outrageous comments at CPAC today... I also talked to his colleague at Towson White Students Union
Contrary to what Think Progress, HuffPost & others are portraying, Scott Terry and his white student union group are NOT conservatives #CPAC
Real conservatives are familiar enough with this narrative, unfortunately.
The racist guy said some ridiculously offensive stuff. The audience was appalled and quickly dismissed him and his friends.
Aside from that, a liberal activist named Kim Brown also attended. According to witnesses, she spent the whole time heckling panel/audience.
Audience members were frustrated with her heckling by the end and made that very clear. So what happened next?
TPM did this on purpose. Their goal was to paint all the people there as racist. Any decent human being should be offended by that.
While that display at CPAC is horrible, it's an audience member. Let's find out more about who it is before condemning the ACU.
In case anyone in the liberal media is interested, K. Carl Smith was the invited presenter and had plenty of interest to say. Anyone?