Jim Galloway reports that it comes from Clark Atlanta University “political scientists” William Boone and Keith Jennings (the latter is also president of something called the “African American Human Rights Foundation” which evidently only cares about human rights for a segment of the population).
And (surprise!), they say the memo isn’t bigoted at all. Except it is. But that doesn’t fit with their narrative, so never mind.
After you read all that, feel free to decipher this quote from David Bositis of the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies in Washington when he says:
”African-Americans are very pragmatic. When they look at politics, they look at what’s going to work,” Bositis said. ”It’s perfectly fine if a white mayor gets elected with black support. On the other hand, it’s not a good sign if you have … a white candidate getting elected with white votes. It’s an indication of polarization.”
Of course, liberal blacks voting only for liberal blacks in race after race is merely enlightened thinking…