Fox News Juan Williams Asks Pat Buchanan: “Are You Racist” [Video]
by Yvette Carnell
That rebel rouser for the fringe right wing, Pat Buchanan, has been remarkably quiet since his ouster from MSNBC, but he recently sat down with Fox News’ Juan Williams for a little heart to heart.
Since both Williams and Buchanan have been accused of bigotry, this made for a highly interesting back and forth. Williams reminisced about how he was fired from NPR from bigoted remarks while Buchanan lamented on how the word police are “black listing” organizations. The message: bigots are people too.
What the two band of brothers don’t seems to get is that, well, they really have both made bigoted comments. Remember how Williams jumped on the right wing attack band wagon with his nasty comments about Michelle Obama not being proud of her country? And remember when Pat Buchanan said:
Thus, Sotomayor got into Princeton, got her No. 1 ranking, was whisked into Yale Law School and made editor of the Yale Law Review — all because she was a Hispanic woman. And those two Ivy League institutions cheated more deserving students of what they had worked a lifetime to achieve, for reasons of race, gender or ethnicity.
Well, anyway, they’re not racists, or bigots. Why? Because they say so. Here ya go:
Â Yvette Carnell is a former Capitol Hill and campaign staffer turned writer. She is currently an editor and contributor to Yourblackworld.
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