Bill O’Reilly has made no secret of his disdain for the “civil rights industry” distracting from the real problems of the black community. He called out MSNBC commentator Michael Eric Dyson, an Illinois state representative, and a Connecticut newspaper for engaging in baseless smears instead of talking about the facts of what’s ailing the black community.
O’Reilly said the “far-left grievance industry [is] getting more desperate” in continuing to call America a “racist society.” He slammed Dyson’s latest comments by continuing to marvel at how he’s a university professor, and criticized Illinois state representative Monique Davis for saying many people believe the police are killing young black men.
He also took the New Haven Register to task for likening the KKK’s message to rhetoric being thrown out by Ted Nugent, Fox News, and Ann Coulter. O’Reilly put up the names and faces of the people in charge of the paper, saying they declined to talk with him about it “because they are cowards.” He called the Register a “vile, libelous piece of garbage” that “has lost all credibility.”
O’Reilly concluded that the “grievance industry has no interest in actually improving conditions for mostly poor black Americans,” that they want to “condemn America while the communities they claim to care for self-destruct.”
Watch the video below, via Fox News:
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