Here we go. It was just a matter of time:
USDA official admits not helping white farmer; NAACP members yuk it up
From the March 27 NAACP Freedom Fund banquet:
Shirley Sherrod, the department's Georgia director of Rural Development, is shown in the clip describing "the first time I was faced with having to help a white farmer save his farm." Sherrod, who is black, claimed the farmer took a long time trying to show he was "superior" to her. The audience laughed as she described how she determined his fate.
"He had to come to me for help. What he didn't know while he was taking all that time trying to show me he was superior to me was I was trying to decide just how much help I was going to give him," she said. "I was struggling with the fact that so many black people have lost their farmland and here I was faced with having to help a white person save their land -- so I didn't give him the full force of what I could do. I did enough."
I guess he didn't kiss her ass enough.
Was he supposed to bow and scrape and grovel with a few "Yassa missus, yassa missus" thrown in for good measure?
And we're to believe Obama's Department of Injustice isn't running on a philosophy of racial payback?