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George Zimmerman Ally Frank Taafee Calls Oprah Winfrey N-Word In Racist Radio Rant

Frank Taafee, best known as the man who might be George Zimmerman’s only friend and ally, shockingly called Oprah Winfrey a “ni**er” during a white supremacist radio show that he hated. The audio clip is from October 2013, but is only now going viral after being reposted by activist group Political Research Associates. The radio rant was aired on the White Voice Network and features Taafee and co-host Joe Adams debating whether Winfrey can be considered a “ni**er.”

“I think she is. She keeps spewing out all that bulls*it…[supporting] her boy [Obama],” said Taafee. “You know, it’s birds of a feather, they flock together and stick together, and to me, she’s a ni**er. Oprah Winfrey’s a ni**er. She’s a ni**er.” Adams also agreed that society should refer to Winfrey as the N-word, although declared that she “has worked hard [and is] doing the right thing by her community.”

Taafee has sparked outrage in recent weeks by landing numerous TV appearances on CNN and HLN to promote his racist views. He provided regular commentary for HLN in the murder trial of Michael Dunn, who declared self-defense in his shooting of black teen Jordan Davis. He has been on HLN six times so far this month and was scheduled to make nightly appearances for the rest of the week on both Nancy Grace and Dr. Drew on Call; but after numerous protests from viewers, both networks pulled the plug on having Taafee appear on air.

Of course, Taafee is supporting Dunn and argued that the killing was justified even if Davis didn’t have a firearm because black men are prone to violence. “You talk about the white man being the devil—well, here’s a fact…According to the FBI, and the US Department of Justice, African Americans make up 12 percent of the population, yet they commit the most disproportionate amount of violent crimes,” he told Dr. Drew. “So, when Michael Dunn pulled into that gas station, you know, you wonder why we have these premonitions.

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