Watch: Has Been Jimmie “JJ” Walker Trashes Obama on Fox News
Jimmy Walker hasn’t been “Dy-No-Mite” for decades now. In fact, many folks would consider him a bit of a has been, gone the way of analog radio and televisions with bunny rabbit ears. But although Walker may be far removed from his previous television success, he found time enough to crawl from underneath whatever rock he’s been hiding under just long enough to bash President Obama.
In an interview with Bill O’Reilly, Walker said:
You just can’t blindly vote for somebody just because they are your – sometimes, even a brother, you have to let him go.
Walker also said that the economy is in the tank, and it doesn’t benefit black people to keep supporting Obama just because they like him. Walker said that although he likes President Obama, “he’s not a good guy for the job we have to do.”
He also encouraged African-Americans to remain focused on policy issues instead of their affection for President Obama.
Later in the show, Walker also expressed his dislike for Jay Leno of all people. Saying that Leno hasn’t used his platform to promote young talent.
Jimmie Walker is best known for portraying J.J. Evans on the African American series Good Times, which ran from 1973-1979. While on the show, his character coined the phrase “Dy-no-mite!”.
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