Saturday, November 10, 2012

Megyn Kelly Calls Bill O’Reilly’s Racial Resentment ‘Interesting Theory’


From the site:

As we have previously posted, Bill O’Reilly spewed some shocking sour grapes on Election Night that were filled with racial resentment. The thoughts, albeit in more delicate form, have been reiterated all over Fox News. Two days ago, Megyn Kelly joined the Fox-News-Sore-Losers-With-Racial-Insinuations Club.

Although the election was far from over when O’Reilly offered up his commentary, it was clear he knew the night was not going well for Romney. With a sour face, he said:

    It's a changing country. The demographics are changing. It's not a traditional America any more. And there are 50% of the voting public who want stuff. They want things. And who is going to give them things? President Obama. He knows it and he ran on it. And, whereby twenty years ago, President Obama would have been roundly defeated by an establishment candidate like Mitt Romney. The white establishment is now the minority. And the voters, many of them, feel that the economic system is stacked against them and they want stuff. You are going to see a tremendous Hispanic vote for President Obama, overwhelming black vote for President Obama. And women will probably break President Obama’s way. People feel that they are entitled to things and which candidate, between the two, is going to give them things?

This was an out-and-out complaint that the country is no longer “white” enough. Shocking to many people - but “interesting” to Kelly. She said:

    This is an interesting theory. O’Reilly’s been talking about this on his show, in his Talking Points before (Election) night about how he feels like we are morphing into a society in which large sectors of the public are too dependent on the government and believe the government is there to solve their problems, and the government has a responsibility to solve their problems and not self-sufficient enough.

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