Thursday, August 3, 2017

Fox bizarrely attacks Joy Reid for ‘devaluing’ racism: ‘If everyone’s a racist, who’s really a racist?’

A segment on Fox Business Thursday accused MSNBC host Joy Ann Reid of devaluing the meaning of racism because she disagreed with President Donald Trump’s immigration policy that prioritizes people who can speak English.

Combined, today's immigration bill & the anti-affirmative action push at DOJ reveal the GOP's obsession with this idea that nonwhite people
gained unfair advantages from the civil rights and immigration reforms of the 1960s. Repealing the 20th century starts with reversing that.

.@LisaMarieBoothe: "If everyone's a racist, who's really a racist? it's really sad... it really devalues those terms."
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