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              In this photo taken Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2011, Julie Goldsmith, 29, of Astoria, N.Y., right, silk-screens t-shirts for free at the Occupy Wall Street protests in Zuccotti Park, in New York. Although donations are welcome, the prints are free, with the stipulation that interested pedestrians bring their own shirts. Buttons, t-shirt customizations, and body painting are becoming more available as tourists frequent the park to catch a glimpse of the now well-known protests. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)
              In this photo taken Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2011, Julie Goldsmith, 29, of Astoria, N.Y., right, silk-screens t-shirts for free at the Occupy Wall Street protests in Zuccotti Park, in New York. Although donations are welcome, the prints are free, with the stipulation that interested pedestrians bring their own shirts. Buttons, t-shirt customizations, and body painting are becoming more available as tourists frequent the park to catch a glimpse of the now well-known protests. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)   

Reverend: OWS protesters ‘are basically white kids’

Columnists and reporters have been falling over themselves trying to analyze how the Occupy Wall Street protests compare to the tea party movement. But they’ve failed, says One Nation Back to God founder the Rev. C.L. Bryant, to treat both movements fairly.

In a compelling interview with The Daily Caller’s Ginni Thomas, Rev. Bryant, who used to be a rising star on the left, laid out the differences he sees between the two movements and how the media is treating them.

“It’s amazing to see that the ‘occupiers’ of Wall Street are basically white kids, and they’re dressed fairly well — there are some out there who are kinda scruffy — but I don’t see the media bringing up the fact that there are no black folks in it,” he said.

See the full interview Monday at The Daily Caller.

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