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FOX News is reporting that White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs has issued an apology, “”on behalf of this entire administration” to the Agriculture Department official forced to resign two days ago over a brief video clip that showed her making racial remarks. A video of those remarks can be seen below.

Gibbs said a “disservice” and an “injustice” had been done to Sherrod. He went further and said, “”Members of this administration, members of the media, members of different political factions on both sides of this have all made determinations and judgments without a full set of facts. Without a doubt, Ms. Sherrod is owed an apology.”

Mr. Gibbs, your justice department HAD a FULL SET OF FACTS when it decided not to pursue charges against the Black Panthers that were caught on tape interfering with the voting process, specifically threatening white voters. Where is MY apology for not pursuing that case? I forgot…I’m white.

The video clip below shows Sherrod telling a story about how she didn’t give a white farmer her “full” help. She has been quoted in the media as saying the incident happened 24 years ago and that the story was meant to show how she learned from her mistakes.

OK, readers, let’s reverse this situation. Had she been white, and the farmer black, would it have been an acceptable explanation?

What about the while police officer that Obama bashed, before he invited him to “beer night”? Was there ever an apology after Obama told the whole world that, “The Cambridge police acted stupidly”. It appears that when this black woman acted stupidly, she receives no scolding from the White House, but rather an apology.

How convenient. Now go ahead, liberal lefties, call me a racist because I am pointing our facts…truths…something the left isn’t used to hearing.

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