Herman Cain visited Sean Hannity yesterday and discussed the Wall Street protestors, racism, and class warfare. Cain said, “I don’t have a lot of patience for people who want to blame racism on the fact that some people don’t make it in America. One of the greatest things in this country Sean, and I have experienced it. If you put your mind to it and you don’t play the victim card, you can do whatever you want to do in this country. I am walking proof of that.”
Cain went on to respond to Harry Belafonte and Cornell West who both said disparaging things about Cain. Belafonte said that “Herman Cain was a totally bad apple in the black community,” and West said Cain, “needs it get off the symbolic crack pipe and acknowledge that the evidence is overwhelming,” that racism still is strong in America.