Why did anyone ever believe that Shirley Sherrod might have stood before a couple hundred people and given a speech in which she publicly proclaimed herself a racist?
"I think the video speaks for itself," he said. "The way she's talking about white people...is conveying a present tense racism in my opinion. But racism is in the eye of the beholder." He also takes issue with how the audience, many of them members of the NAACP, respond positively to her comments -- proof, he says, of prevalent racism.For Breitbart, and his millions of readers, racism is in the eye of the beholder. They start with the twisted conviction that blacks harbor racist views, and then interpret everything they encounter in support of that belief.