Viacom’s MTV Network has, in the past decade, become more and more a network of homogenous liberals advancing a leftwing agenda and has less and less been a network dedicated to music. MTV has a culture reporter on its payroll named Ira Madison. Mr. Madison launched a racist attack on Jeff Sessions for the audacity of holding his grand baby before his Senate confirmation hearing started.
It is tradition for families to accompany Presidential appointees to their confirmation hearing. Jeff Sessions’ family accompanied him. His grandchild is half-Asian and was pictured on Jeff Sessions’ lap. Seeing it, Ira Madison tweeted, “Sessions, sir, kindly return this Asian baby to the Toys “R” Us you stole her from.”
Then, not to be outdone, he tweeted, “There is no reason for that child to be in his lap in a hearing other than to send an ‘I’m not racist message’.” He followed that up by attacking Sessions for “horrendous anti-black behavior.”
All Jeff Sessions did was have the audacity to hold his grand child. It was a disgusting tweet followed by more racism against Sessions. Ira Madison concluded by accusing Sessions of a “history of racial hatred of Asians” with no proof.
MTV should be ashamed to have a culture reporter on staff who engages in this level of racism. Of course, they won’t be because Madison’s target is a white conservative from Alabama. MTV is okay with staff attacking that sort of person.
I cannot wait for Viacom’s business dealings to go before the Department of Justice in the next few years.