The Secret Service Debacle: What's Race Got To Do With It . . .
When a secret service agents decided to let an uninvited couple, Michaele and Tareq Salah, into a White House State Dinner, main stream media insisted on laying on the blame on Desirée Rogers, a Diasporan Female, who was Barack Obama's White House Social Secretary. Even after Mark Sullivan, the director of the Secret Service , admitted that it was the fault of the Secret Service, not one word of criticism was directed at him or his agency, unless it came from his own mouth.
The Admission of the Salahes, was a beyond reckless act, as it gave two unknowns, direct access to the President, evidenced by the picture of Michaele with both hands on the President.
Ronald Kessler, who has studied the secret service, and wrote, The President's Secret Service: Behind the Scenes With Agents in the Line of Fire and the Presidents They Protect, acknowledged from the start that the the Secret Service was "solely" responsible for the admission of the Salahes, and more recently he pointed out that their scandalous behavior in Columbia may have been averted if they had been held accountable for the Salahes.
There is a tradition in America of unfairly blaming and withholding credit from, Diasporans, and main stream media is the main culprit in perpetuating it. It's time for America to choose right over wrong, instead of white over black so, as a nation, we can come together, and get it right!