If you haven’t already seen this video of David Webb trying to ask William Barber a couple of questions at the march in downtown Raleigh last Saturday – its worth your time. Webb
Webb is a local and syndicated talk show host, who attempted to ask William Barber, president NC NAACP, a question or two at the march in downtown Raleigh and later at a press conference.
Each time Webb asked Barber a question someone in his entourage stepped in and either pulled or pushed Webb away. And at the press conference the crowd (and Barber) laughed and sneered when Webb asked Barber “Do you feel you owe Senator Tim Scott an apology for calling him a ventriliquist’s dummy?”
It’s fascinating that it took Webb just a few hours to comprehend the gist of “moral monday” – that it is that they are a “collection of hardcore progressives.” Webb also said that “They’re selling a lie – not selling policies.” Webb tried to ask direct questions in stark contrast of North Carolina’s mainstream media who spent a year cheerleading the moral monday protests instead of asking basic questions of Barber and the other leaders of the protests.
Webb also went into the crowd and asked marchers if they thought the Tea Party was racist – all of them on the video said yes, but none of them could give an example of racism. Webb co-founded TeaParty365 in New York City, an advocacy group for fiscal responsibility and is the spokesman for the National Tea Party Federation.