Should black people feel “uncomfortable” on majority white NBDNC/MSDNC, too?

This has absolutely got to be the video of the week:

Here’s the recap, via Brent Baker at the MRC:

“There aren’t a lot of African-American men at these events,” NBC News reporter Kelly O’Donnell, a white woman, told Darryl Postell, a black man at a Tea Party rally held Thursday in Washington, DC, pressing him, in an exchange she chose to include in her NBC Nightly News story, to address her prejudiced assumptions: “Have you ever felt uncomfortable?” Postell rejected her loaded premise that race must divide Americans: “No, no, these are my people, Americans.”

O’Donnell’s story noted “skepticism over how the Tea Party is judged and labeled,” letting an attendee assert: “We’re not racists, we’re not any of the above that people claim us to be. We’re ordinary citizens that love our country, and we’re fighting for it.” O’Donnell soon wondered if it all may peter out, asking a man in the crowd: “Do you think this has enough energy to really last to November and to make a difference?”

Over on ABC, Jonathan Karl highlighted how “many of them blamed us, the news media.” A woman demanded: “We want honesty from you. We want fair time from you. We want you, the media, to represent all the people, not just a certain portion of the people.”

Of course, this isn’t the first time that the Obama administration’s preferred network NBDNC/MSDNC has played the race card against Obama opponents. Remember the cheap shot cropped video they ran about alleged white wannabe presidential “assasins” bringing guns to ObamaCare town halls, where they cropped out of the video the head of the black man carrying the gun to prove their “point”? And then there was this November Hardball w/ Chris Matthews segment:

The attacks on former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin took an interesting turn Wednesday when MSNBC’s Chris Matthews suggested that racism is at the heart of her support.

Much like mainstream media coverage of this year’s Tea Parties, Matthews and “Hardball” guests Norah O’Donnell and Salon’s Joan Walsh made an issue of how “white” the crowd was at a Palin book signing event in Michigan.

“This is a largely white — almost no minorities in this crowd,” reported MSNBC’s O’Donnell live from the scene.

Matthews reiterated, “Well, they look like a white crowd to me,” later claiming, “I think there is a tribal aspect to this thing, in other words, white vs. other people.”

Er, yeah. Sort of like the gang at … MSDNC.

I swear, sometimes the race-baiting “white folks” at NBDNC/MSDNC just make it too easy.

Cross-posted to Right Wing News.