MSNBC host made a huge mistake attacking Jordan Peterson in this racist way

Canadian professor Jordan Peterson is a YouTube sensation with millions of views on his lectures against political correctness.

Radical leftists attack him for refusing to kowtow to the Marxists in academia who are pushing an unlimited number of genders.

But an MSNBC host hurled this racist insult on Peterson and he immediately regretted it.

A recent political debate on political correctness pitted Jordan Peterson and British actor/comedian Stephen Fry against MSNBC host Michael Eric Dyson and New York Times writer Michelle Goldberg.

Regressive “PC” culture was a major contributing factor to putting president Trump in the White House, but since the 2016 election leftists have ramped up their attempts at censorship.

The debate took a nasty turn when Dyson brought race into the mix.

Dyson called Peterson “a mean mad white man.”

Peterson called him out, but Dyson doubled down calling Peterson a “mean mad white man” again.

The easiest way to tell who’s losing the debate is the person who is resorting to throwing the most personal insults.

Prior to the debate, organizers polled the audience to see where they stood on the “PC” issue. Many said they were open-minded.

But after the debate, organizers asked the same question and 70% of the audience sided with Peterson.

You can watch the exchange in the clip below:

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38 Responses

  1. I will not pay a white privilege tax. There is no such thing as white privilege. Another made up piece of garbage like climate change.

  2. David Atherton says:

    How about a leftist privilege tax instead

  3. Man Splainer says:

    Blacks are privileged in black dominated nations. The same goes for Hispanics and Asians in Hispanic and Asian dominated nations. So why is this only a problem with regard to whites? Blacks commit the vast majority of interracial crimes against other races. Other nations have laws that expressly forbid whites from holding offices with political and/or financial power.

  4. True Believer says:

    Congratulations Bruce you did it and isn’t it a wonderful feeling. Same for my husband and I. We raised two wonderful children, lived all over the world (my husband was in the Navy where he got his education) and I worked my whole life. Wouldn’t change a thing and truthfully would like to live it all over (we are both in our 80’s). Affirmative action didn’t come in until the 60’s as all of the other horrible things like welfare, etc. Doesn’t seem to me that it really did any good, just made the minorities dependent on the government instead of on themselves. Anyway congratulations.

  5. Jim Simons says:

    The only white privilege I had was a 2 parent family that taught me the value of hard work, and common sense approach to life.

  6. Jarhead says:


  7. so RIGHT YOU ARE.

  8. Bruce House says:

    I’m tired of the left trying to hold the people of today hostage for the actions of the past instead of doing something to better themselves in today’s reality . I’m a white male who have had his ups and downs in life and if I wanted I could complain I had no one to help me in life and nobody cared that I had no father to help me in life. But I did what I had to do and got an education and wasn’t able to join the military due to being 4F got work with anyone who would train me since I grew up poor with no money in low income housing with a loving mother who was left with six children to raise by herself! I for some reason didn’t feel white privileged helping me when trying to get ahead. I’d met people of different ethnicity’s who lived better then I did and had help from groups that were set up to help them since there people were enslaved or war torn from Vietnam or an immigrant’s I didn’t see any white privilege helping me or my brother’s or sister’s ! We didn’t have affirmative action to protect or right’s ! The people that had these institutions behind them had a better chance of working and advancing in life then I did so where did white privilege get me? Not much. It was the individual want to do something with my life is what got me some where. Not blaming everyone else for my failures!

  9. zee says:

    God Bless, you & yours’. You are awesome.
    >i understand you last sentence.

  10. Chastran says:

    Dyson?? Isn’t that the vacuum cleaner that really sucks?

  11. True Believer says:

    I’ll bet that anyone reading your article would have thought that you were black. Thanks so much because the same is for my husband and myself. We now live on social security and thank the good Lord above that we have it so that we don’t have to work anymore. Thanks for posting your post.

  12. San Jose Mike says:

    God bless you and your wife Mr Spires.

    We wish you well. You are examples of what made this Country Great.

    Good luck and best wishes for good health,


    Sanjosemike (no longer in CA)

  13. KarenL says:

    Typical black man using his race to call a white man a name because he has nothing else to complain about. They’ve pretty much run out of everything else, but I won’t hold my breath on that.

  14. JohnGaltTexas says:

    And that’s being REALLY polite.

  15. JohnGaltTexas says:

    Who the hell do these marxist racist jackasses think pulls this crap wagon now?

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