It’s official, any and all criticism of Dear Leader is racist.
MICHAEL ERIC DYSON, GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR AND MSNBC CONTRIBUTOR: Look all of this othering of Obama, like he’s from some other planet. Everything he does is subject to a different lens and seen through a microscope that really tends to pick him apart. I think it’s indivisible from the broader issue of his race, of his being a black man with a certain kind of authority. These are impolite things we don’t want to talk about. We think that they’re being extraordinary ratcheted up. But I don’t see any other way to explain it but a remarkable resistance to the integrity of this man that has no other explanation.
JAKE TAPPER, HOST: When you hear Republicans say that President Obama is being a bully, you hear racial subtexts?
DYSON: Of course. Bully — I mean look this guy — if — if you can’t deal with this reasoned, articulate expression of difference and dissent and calling that bullying. And on the one hand Obama has to be worried about, I can’t be an angry black man. I can’t speak up in a certain way. He’s already constrained by the stereotypes that prevail. If you can’t even take his dissent as an expression of legitimate disagreement and instead of ascribing to him bullying, I don’t see how…