Meghan McCain Bows Down To Black Professor Who Schools Her On Racism (VIDEO)

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Meghan McCain met her match in a black professor Monday morning on The View when the totally intimidated McCain sat quietly as Michael Eric Dyson told her how it really is, including saying that Republicans are racist..more than once.

Everyone looked at McCain for her usual temper tantrum-style reaction, but as soon as the professor was done speaking, McCain sat quietly and ignored the comments completely, instead opting to take the professor off topic.

Dyson said this to the panel:

“We got a guy who gets up every morning and excretes the feces of his moral depravity into a nation he has turned into his psychic commode he is a bigot-in-chief and a racist-in-residence.”

He continued:

“..racism presumes a kind of systemic power that they have access to, to reinforce others’ lives as living hell. Donald Trump is a wakeup call for all of us no difference between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.”

Dyson said this about Hillary Clinton compared to Donald Trump, she has:

“more knowledge in her litter finger than this man has in his entire body.”

The professor continued:

“If Republicans weren’t so racist they could encourage black people who are morally conservative to be on their side.”

Joy Behar then speaks up in McCain’s place, asking if he thought that all Republicans are racist. Dyson replied:

“Enough of them to make a difference, enough of them who don’t speak up.”

Still radio silence from McCain.

The professor continued:

“Where are the Republicans when unarmed black people are assaulted by police? I want white folk to speak up. That’s not just a black problem, that’s not a female problem, that’s an American problem. Speak up in this country.”

McCain finally mustered the courage to try to steer Dyson from his point. She asked why he thought that Trump got a higher black vote than John McCain or Mitt Romney. The professor quickly responded:

“Thirteen percent of black men voted for Donald Trump. Part of that is patriarchy and sexism … but 54 percent of eligible white women voted for Trump too, that’s the big mystery. What’s up Lucy? You got some ‘splaining to do.’”

Check out the awkward encounter below via YouTube:

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