Racism as a liberal strategy becomes evident in this ridiculous list of Chris Matthews’ quotes

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from The Media Research Center,

During Tuesday night’s election coverage, MSNBC’s Chris Matthews suggested New Jersey Governor Chris Christie stood out because he hugged Barack Obama, in contrast to the many racist Republican voters who have a “physical rejection of him as African-American.”

In Matthews’ mind, any opposition to the President is due to racism on the right. Name almost any issue that President Obama has faced confrontation on, and the MSNBC host has cited racism as the root cause. The real reason for the shutdown? Racism! Opposition to the Affordable Care Act? Racism! Voting for Mitt Romney? Racism! The rise of the Tea Party? Racism!

The following is a countdown of the Top 20 Worst Chris Matthews Quotes Calling Obama Critics Racist:

20. Unlike Some Racist Republicans, Christie Doesn’t Have a ‘Physical Rejection’ of Obama

18. Claiming Racism In Everything Republicans Say

17. Any Scrutiny of Obama is Racism

16. Not ‘Honest’ Enough to Admit Their Racism

15. GOP Racial Code Words Worse Than Joe Biden’s ‘He’ll Put Ya’ll in Chains’ Attack

14. Anti-ObamaCare Protesters: Just Racists

13. I’m Confused – I Thought All Conservatives Were Racists

12. Are Republicans Still Scared of Black People?

11. Matthews: ‘Is Sarah Palin a Poster Girl for Racism?’

10. Voter ID Laws = Racist Apartheid Laws

9. Embracing the Constitution Makes You Pro-Slaveholder

8. Scandals Just Fuel for ‘Racist’ Conservative ‘Haters’

7. Racist Republican Voters Hate Obama More Than They Hate Al Qaeda

6. Does the Right Still ‘Count Blacks as Three-Fifths?’

5. Would Rick Perry Have Been for Integration? I Don’t Think So!

4. Only a Racist Would Oppose ‘Perfect’ Obama

3. Matthews: Tea Party Protestors Remind Me of Racists Who Blocked ‘57 Little Rock High School Integration

2. ‘Moderate’ Mitt Now a ‘Hard Right, Full Moon Conservative’ Appealing to ‘Grand Wizard Crowd’

1. Does Intolerant Tea Party Want to Enslave Blacks?

Watch videos of each quote from The Media Research Center: