Take away American history - where a black president, black senators, black captains of business, black companies, black entertainment channels, the NAACP, and Al Sharpton, have all been fighting against a white majority that didn't expect, or want, us to have any of them - take all that away, and The Five’s Eric Bolling makes sense:
“You know, it’s almost getting — it is getting tiring. We have a black president, black senators, we have black heads — captains of business, companies, we have black entertainment channels.” “Is there racism?” he asked. “I don’t think there’s racism. I think the only people perpetuating racism are people like this gentleman from NAACP, are the Al Sharptons of the world. Let’s move on.”
Of course, if you, rightly, add history to the mix - because it should never be taken out, if you want to have an honest discussion of American race issues - then The Five’s Eric Bolling sounds like any old crazy racist cracker, sick of blacks resisting him.
Ignoring American history - and white's role in it:
It's a common Tea Party tactic,…