““It is evident to me that with this demonstration of corporate greed, Comcast has forfeited and repudiated its claim to be an inclusive company that is a friend of the black community,” wrote Rush. “And, with this betrayal, has shown itself to be an enemy of minority communities.”<br><br>“Comcast…has reached such prominence that it now disregard[s] these communities with a cold, callous corporate insensitivity that is stultifying, arrogant, harmful, and intensely painful,” Rush wrote. “This is further made clear by the fact that it would seek to weaken the protections of the Act to merely prevail in a lawsuit.”<br><br>Comcast responded to Rush’s letter Friday by touting its long list of African-American themed films led by Black directors and actors, and reiterating the company’s dedication to diversity.” 😆<br><br>The CBC lost all credibility a loooooooooooong time ago. Nobody takes these negros seriously.

““It is evident to me that with this demonstration of corporate greed, Comcast has forfeited and repudiated its claim to be an inclusive company that is a friend of the black community,” wrote Rush. “And, with this betrayal, has shown itself to be an enemy of minority communities.”

“Comcast…has reached such prominence that it now disregard[s] these communities with a cold, callous corporate insensitivity that is stultifying, arrogant, harmful, and intensely painful,” Rush wrote. “This is further made clear by the fact that it would seek to weaken the protections of the Act to merely prevail in a lawsuit.”

Comcast responded to Rush’s letter Friday by touting its long list of African-American themed films led by Black directors and actors, and reiterating the company’s dedication to diversity.” 😆

The CBC lost all credibility a loooooooooooong time ago. Nobody takes these negros seriously.

BREAKING: Congressman Bobby Rush calls for break up of Comcast after threats to civil rights – theGrio

Congressman Rep. Bobby Rush (D-IL) blasted Comcast on Friday, calling for the breakup of the major cable conglomerate for “attempting to undo the Civil Rights Act of 1866.” Rep. Rush, issued the letter to Comcast’s CEO, Brian Roberts, whose company is facing a racial discrimination lawsuit by …

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