Source: Paul Singer / USA Today
Former GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain launched a new website over the July Fourth holiday called Cain TV, a collection of short videos at times patriotic, inspirational and conspiratorial – and a bit kooky.
The central feature of the site is a series of short clips of Cain speaking to the camera on different topics. The “We Are Not Stupid” channel is a series of videos of Cain discussing policy issues – in one he advocates for the 9-9-9 tax plan as an alternative to raising taxes on the rich as advocated by billionaire Warren Buffett (whose name is misspelled in the video); in another he suggests that President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder must have known about the botched “Fast and Furious” gun operation.
A separate channel on the site is called “Good News News.” In one “Good News” clip Cain discusses his own cancer survival and says “the key is to maintain a faithful and positive attitude;” in a second he talks about good works done by members of the military.
The website also has a short introductory piece to what will apparently be a series of videos about brutal drug wars along the U.S.-Mexico border, and a clip of comedian named Kivi retelling old racial slurs and stereotypes.
To read this article in its entirety visit the USA Today.
Get Roland Martin Reports in your inbox!
Sign up for Roland Martin Reports Daily News Update powered by FeedBurner