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Fox News And Megyn Kelly Believe Only White Males Are Racist

Fox News And Megyn Kelly Believe Only White Males Are Racist

If a white male Fox News Channel contributor, in the course of a rather animated debate with a Muslim, called the Muslim a “towel-headed camel-jockey” how long do you think that Fox contributor would remain with Fox? How about if a white male were debating a Chinese woman on Fox News and in the heat of debate he called her “slanty-eyed” or called her a “rice-eating husband stealer” how long do you think that white male Fox contributor would last? In either of the hypothetical situations, how long do you think it would take before the white male Fox News contributor was doing mea culpa, and telling people he has Muslim friends and that he loves the Chinese culture?

Speaking for the great number of fair-minded persons in America and around the world, we demand to know what the acceptable levels of racism are? We demand to know why the black racist, socialist Jehmu Greene is given carte blanche to insult the viewers and other Fox News contributors with impunity?

Perhaps Megyn Kelly can tell us what is inappropriate behavior for her show.

If a Fox News contributor were debating an issue with Kelly on…ohhhh let’s say about Sharon Bialek…and let’s say the Fox contributor became frustrated with Kelly because she refused to clearly explain her relationship with Bialek when they were both in Chicago. Let’s say the Fox contributor, in the heat of the moment, called Kelly a name or names that referenced the old rumors of her as being less than the Cherubic paragon-of-virtue program host she pretends to be. Let’s say the Fox contributor referenced in mono-syllabic terms that her promo shots were more suitable for Playboy than they are for a professional journalist. And let’s allow that said Fox News contributor could be male, female, black, white, Asian, or whatever.

Would Fox News frown upon that? Would Kelly offer up a preening, tepid apology for the person who dared use those points as part of the discourse? My point is, we demand to know where the line of unacceptable racism and/or insult is because it is clearly viewed differently for black racists like Jehmu Greene than it is for everyone else. Think back not that long ago. Trent Lott, in a moment of jocularity, made what was meant to be an endearing statement of collegial respect for Strom Thurmond, and he was promptly excoriated. Lott was assailed to the point that he was ultimately forced to resign from his political career. So I think it fair for us to know why Greene is permitted to make unambiguous racist epithets part of her on-air commentary with impunity.

In truth, I’ve never had cheering respect for Megyn Kelly, not that it would bother her, but I’ve always viewed her as catty and disingenuous. And I have the deepest lack of respect for a professional woman who trades upon her T&A to further her popularity, as promotion shots of her indicate. But there is another factor that I view as being only a half-step above apostasy and that is the act of not speaking out when a situation demands it.

I have made clear, on any number of occasions, that I do not share the respect for Jack Nicklaus and Arnie Palmer that most golf fans do. And my reasons are simple. Nicklaus and Palmer were the giants, the titans of golf; they ruled the golf world like no others in the zenith of their time. Yet outside those carefully coifed and immaculately manicured greens and fairways there were golfers who may have been their equals–or who’s to say? perhaps even better–that were denied entry into certain tournaments and who were confronted with racism and scorn by tournament organizers and other golfers.

Nothing persuades me that if Nicklaus and/or Palmer had shown respect for fellow professionals and/or displayed a moral concern for others, black golfers like Charlie Sifford, Lee Elder, and Pete Brown would not have had to wait for Tiger Woods to become the nuclear explosion that rocked the golf world. From their lofty perches, if Nicklaus and/or Palmer had made it clear they would not play in any tournaments that had the caucasian clause in effect, the media would have seized upon it and racism on golf courses of America would have been on its way to an ignominious death.

Al Campanis didn’t wait until it became popular to embrace Jackie Robinson to do so. Campanis, from the very beginning of their time together in the minor leagues, showed friendship and camaraderie toward Robinson–going so far as to dine and room with Robinson, and getting in fights with opposing ball players when their insults got out of hand.

My point should be obvious: Megyn Kelly had an obligation to make it clear that she would, under no circumstances, permit the behavior Greene exhibited on her show. She had an obligation to call Greene’s name-calling what it clearly was and is, i.e., racist and insulting. She should have made it clear that she would not permit racist double standards on her show. But she did not, and for that she deserves the harshest rebuke because we know darn good and well if any of the comments I referenced elsewhere in this commentary were directed at her, or made by white males, there would be hell to pay.

So until Kelly and Fox News hold Jehmu Greene accountable to the same level that Don Imus, Al Campanis, Trent Lott, and countless other white males are held we can assume that Kelly and Fox News believe racism can only come from white males.

47 Responses to Fox News And Megyn Kelly Believe Only White Males Are Racist

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  2. DLB May 30, 2012 at 10:21 am #

    Hey Mychal, I agree with your observations. I have written to FOX a few times (surprise, no reply!). I just bought a ROKU and will now watch Glenn whenever I can. I love Glenn’s show, but I do wish there were a few more shows to choose from. Hey, maybe you could add to the sparse lineup…

    • Mychal
      Mychal May 30, 2012 at 9:12 pm #

      dlb: fox is on top now…but mark my words…they are not going to be here forever…they’re decline is closer than they think…

  3. Jeanne Nicholson May 26, 2012 at 11:18 am #

    Mychal, I am so so sick of nut just conservatives, but decent people being demonized by rabid liberals. Their repulsive behavior is clearly designed to intimidate the rest of us into letting them have their way and I, for one, refuse to be cowed.

    I wrote Fox management and Meghan Kelly about the treatment of Tucker Carlson and they could not be bothered to respond. Since they are too busy for me, I am now too busy for them.

    Nothing gets any tv channel’s attention like falling ratings. If we stop watching, they will eventually figure it out. And if they don’t, then we were right to stop watching.


    • Mychal
      Mychal May 30, 2012 at 12:11 am #

      jeanne nicholson: we must get their attention…it will need be a movement of the people…think tanks, public policy institutes, other media hosts will not help because the bow before fox in order to appear on fox programming…we don’t have that concern…I’ve been guest on their shows numerous times and don’t care about being on again or not…that said we must unite in strong voice against their double standards…

  4. Cape Conservative May 26, 2012 at 11:06 am #

    Both my husband and I are so tired of listening to the commentary coming from Fox ‘babes’ that we are turning the television to the old black and white movies instead! Why is it that some 30-year-old female is considered an expert on foreign policy simply because she fits the ‘Fox babe’ profile?

    As to the other alphabet networks, there is no longer any authentic news reporting done on any channel. So much for Chet Huntley and David Brinkley REPORTING the news!

    Sad Sad Sad – we thank the Lord for the internet where we can find news information without the biased commentary!

    • Mychal
      Mychal May 30, 2012 at 12:12 am #

      cape conservative: you echo the sentiments of many…

  5. John May 25, 2012 at 6:10 pm #

    Mychal; Political correctness is begining to be a drag for people now a days. Both the blacks and whites are tired of pussy-footing around on eggshells trying too hard not to offend. Whites don’t want to be know as racists and blacks just lording it over them because they know it. The not-news media is taking advantage of the fact and use it to gain ratings. All the while the Sharpton, Jackson, Green’s etal have joined the black panthers on their hit parade of songs, singing. ” You done us wrong whities and we ain’t never gonna let ya forget it”. They have to be a hyphenated American to prove it. So what, I’m a Human-American and don’t you forget it.

    • Mychal
      Mychal May 30, 2012 at 12:40 am #

      john: I’m a Christian and an American…we will prevail if we do not surrender to despair and/or allow ourselves to think like those we reference…

  6. fay miller May 25, 2012 at 1:30 pm #

    Mychal, Thank you again for your help. Fox news is not what I watch any longer. The night Greta call Tucker Carlson a pig on her show, that was enough for me. I did not see the Jehmu interview, but Megyn jumped all over Kirsten Powers one day and threaten to pull the plug on her mike. Megyn told her if she ever came back to her show (Megyn )that she had better be prepared for her story or not to come back. I think Megyn, Greta and Jehmu should have their own show but not on TV any where. Thank you Fay Miller

    • Mychal
      Mychal May 30, 2012 at 12:48 am #

      fay miller: I get your point…who knows what side of the aisle greene swings on…

  7. sumitch May 25, 2012 at 12:59 pm #

    SunnyVee, I’ve noticed the same thing and agree with you wholeheartedly. I’m a leg man personally, never did understand the fixation with huge boobs. Everything you posted is something I’ve thought. I put it down to some puerile marketing scam that Fox uses to attract viewers. I’m beginning to think that these ladies are paid so much they’ll do almost anything Tox tells them to do.

    Mychal, I sadly agree with you about Megyn Kelly. Initally I liked her (yes I think she’s pretty) because she once told Bill O’reilly “You don’t know what you’re talking about”,and I dispise him, with Hannity a close second. Why? Their methods are to shout down and/or interrupt anyone and everyone they have on as a guest. And they think they know everything when in fact all they are is Jerry Springer without the steroids. I’ve noticed that they always have the same guests on their shows. I first thought it was because the guests agreed with the host, but I’m beginning to think it’s because people are starting to realize that if they go on, they more than likely will not be allowed to state their positions or point and more than likely will be rudely insulted. Megyn lost my respect when she appeared in GQ with her bumpers shoved up to her chin and covered with as little as possible. If I want porn, there’s a lot more out there than her.

    • Mychal
      Mychal May 30, 2012 at 1:14 am #

      sumitch: first of all I’m about character in the expansive sense…that is the quality I look for in ladies I date…pursuant to your last sentences following is from a reader who wrote me yesterday afternoon…she called me a racist for pointing out that kelly was pushing T&A to promote her career…read following as I posted it on my facebook group page…notice that after I informed her I would be posting what she wrote w/ her email and contact info just as she wrote the last email she sent was to threaten me to be quiet and not expose how she thinks…you will see her email at top of very first email:


      from: John/Fay
      date: Tue, May 29, 2012 at 2:18 PM
      subject: Megyn Kelly
      Dear Sir (and I use the term lightly!),

      I certainly take offense at your article on Megyn Kelly and your cry baby racist whining!! I think she is great, good at her job and a true professional….something you probably know nothing about. You have the gall to criticize her “so called racism” and then YOU USE words like “T & A” to describe her. Shame on you, if anyone is a racist, it’s YOU.

      Fay Kettenhofen
      2:41 PM (3 hours ago)

      to me
      Sorry, mister, but I would never defend anyone flashing their breasts and behind….you really just don’t get it….the point being….you are a whining racist while calling her one and using slanderous descriptions as “T & A’…. grow up, crybaby.

      3:57 PM (9 hours ago)

      to me
      If you dare to print my email address I will notify Joseph Farah, whom I know personally….he always speaks at our prophecy conferences….however, those are Christian affairs and I doubt that u would be interested.


  8. dave buls May 25, 2012 at 11:04 am #


    if i cannot call a spade a spade even on YOUR blog, then how do we have freedom of expression at all?

    • Mychal
      Mychal May 30, 2012 at 1:21 am #

      dave buls: I don’t now what you’re talking about…what happpened…

  9. Donna Anderson Green May 25, 2012 at 10:29 am #

    Gary Thomsen: We may have had this conversation before, but oooops … just can’t swallow that lump of lesbo-homo-liberal-commie-racist-muslim juggernaut.

    Ever grateful to Mychal … he invokes the prescription for healing the wound before it festers into an incurable lump … for each of us to call offenders out on the spot, one at a time.

    Once upon a time many believed the wounds were healing … yet a few continue to pick scabs from those healing wounds … still many believe that one day … Amen

    • Mychal
      Mychal May 30, 2012 at 1:24 am #

      donna anderson green: we must stop them from scratching open old scabs…

  10. Carpenter May 25, 2012 at 10:26 am #

    Lately it seems that Fox and especially Bill O bend over backwards to be what they think is fair, with O Reilly actually making excusses for liberals actions sometimes, it’s sickening and I have stoppd watching most of the time.

    • Mychal
      Mychal May 30, 2012 at 1:26 am #

      carpenter: it is sickening…I stopped watching fox news altogether…I watch fox business…

  11. Jim Holmes May 25, 2012 at 10:12 am #

    Mychal wrote: “And I have the deepest lack of respect for a professional woman who trades upon her T&A to further her popularity, as promotion shots of her indicate.”

    Amen to that! And being a somewhat healthy senior citizen, I will continue to enjoy the view.

    Re: racist comments … I have not seen Jehmu Green and my viewing of Fox news is just a tad over the other faux news media, however, racism by a person of whatever color/race is still racism. If Fox management was interested in presenting the truth and being a valid conservative news channel, they would have stopped it from the git go. My viewing is likely to decrease even further.

    • Mychal
      Mychal May 30, 2012 at 1:31 am #

      jim holmes: I don’t watch fox news…I do watch fox business channel…but I’m getting the feeling that it is slowly tanking as well…would like to be wrong…lot of good people over there…fox news is now home to all of the rejects and liberals cnn and hte other alphabet channels couldn’t afford to pay…

  12. Cheryl Nespor May 25, 2012 at 9:39 am #

    Regarding the double standard, first, blame the ridiculous state of “Political Correctness” pit in which we hsve allowed ourselves to become mired for allowing blacks, Muslims, athiests, etc to say whatever they please any more. Secondly, you can put a lot of the blame on the attorneys & our legal system for allowing them to get their way or the ACLU will be knocking at their door. Example-look at the hoodlems rioting in NYC right now–supposedly outraged about Wall Street. PLEASE! They should have been shut down months ago when they began camping out in the park and crime became rampany. What did we do about it? They are back again.

    As for Megyn Kelly, she is a very good interviewer, debater and guest and just because she or any of the other women on that network look and dress sexy does not take diminish that in the least. Sounds like jealousy to me. Grow up! Would you rather Fox News insist their females dress like the female Supreme Court Justices? What a visual!

    • Mychal
      Mychal May 30, 2012 at 1:43 am #

      cheryl nespor: no you wake up…there is a big difference between pushing your T&A and being a professional…your argument is specious and conflicted and you are attempting to engage way above your pay grade…france and canada have news format that is breasts and jiggly…I’ve been around the news and and politics a long time and she is one of two who come immediately to mind that pushed T&A…if you have a daughter and you want her to push T&A to promote whatever job she has that’s your business…if you have a son and you want him to bring home a loose scarlet woman that to is your business…but some men and women have morals above the level you insinuate for…as for my being jealous why would i be jealous I do not have breasts and a vagina…I suggest you take a deep breath and slowly pull your head out of your behind…

  13. SunnyVee May 25, 2012 at 9:23 am #

    Speaking of T&A and porn promo pictures, I am puzzled by the manner of dress on most of the women on Fox News—sleveless, low cut dresses, very short skirts that show off LOTS of leg, with the woman always positioned for the ultimate “gam” shot—-not professional in any way! The women themselves are very educated and professional, so why the “hooker” look? To me, they lose credibility dressing like that. I think they should fight back and resist any pressure to demean them. Even with the onset of business casual dress codes, I am pretty sure that sleeveless, tank-type dresses are still taboo. I can only guess that Fox management wants to put on a smorgasbord of T&A to keep viewers watching.

    • Mychal
      Mychal May 30, 2012 at 1:46 am #

      sunnyvee: I am in complete agreement w/ you…

  14. Susan May 25, 2012 at 8:54 am #

    I saw the exchange where Jehmu Greene used the insulting phrase. I saw Megyn Kelly’s apology to the viewers afterwards. She should have spoke up immediately and directly to Greene.
    More striking than that is how casually the phrase tumbled from Greene’s lips. There’s no doubt in my mind that she’s exhibited this attitude before and in other forums, with no retribution. It’s become so much so that she’s now comfortable with displaying her racism openly and without veil.
    Up to the point of her insult, it was a spirited, yet respectful debate. When it looked as if she was losing, she resulted to racism as a weapon.
    “The White Devil” is a myth. It’s the sin of this world that has us all exhibiting inhumanity and disrespect to each other. No one is immune. No one is better or worse, but until we have a change of heart for everyone, we’ll continue to see these atrocious displays.

    • Mychal
      Mychal May 30, 2012 at 1:48 am #

      susan: well said…we are in complete agreement…

  15. Killah May 25, 2012 at 8:53 am #


    There is a double standard for conservative white males and conservative black males but white and black liberal males get a pass! Case in point…Bob Beckel, in my opinion one of the most ignorant people on planet earth! This moron holds court everyday on the Five and his rants are so disingenuous, stupid and ridiculous…it makes me want to choke the life out of him. But what should we expect from the left? When cornered (like rats), there vitriol has no bounds! Case in point…Jehmu Greene.
    As for Megyn Kelly, I take her for what she is, a little girl from up-state NY, with a law degree from Albany State (Albany State…are you kidding me!), that is way over her head!! In fact, the more I watch FOX, there are a lot of FOX commentators who are way over their individual heads.

    • Mychal
      Mychal May 30, 2012 at 1:52 am #

      killah: you are one more who has summed things up very astutely…

  16. smogdew May 25, 2012 at 8:50 am #

    Jemhu Green et al – do they think this is the time to turn the tables for an unfortunate past? What ails her? People like Jackson, Sharpton, Wright and many others we can chalk up to ignorance – it’s all they’ve done and all they know.

    Unfortunately, you can talk until you are blue in the face and you will not rein it in; Jackson, Sharpton, Wright, Greene etc. and their ilk will always be around. As will be show hosts like Megan Kelly who, some days, can’t get beyond the “pretty is as pretty does’ mentality.

    • Mychal
      Mychal May 30, 2012 at 1:56 am #

      smogdew: greene is a bitter hateful marxist who has contempt for whites…racism was wrong when practiced by whites and it is wrong practiced by blacks…

  17. Jeanne Ballard May 25, 2012 at 8:24 am #

    I couldn’t agree more Mr. Massie!
    It is long over due that FOX News interviewers stop allowing Jehmu Green to keep insulting whites and blacks alike no matter on what FOX show she appears.

    • Mychal
      Mychal May 30, 2012 at 1:56 am #

      jeanne ballard: we’re going to try and make that happen…

  18. Jeanne Ballard May 25, 2012 at 8:20 am #

    I couldn’t agree more Mr. Massie!It is about time someone at FOX News called Jehmu Green down for her insults. Frankly, I’m tired of her non commentaries and insults to blacks and whites alike

  19. Josie May 25, 2012 at 8:19 am #

    Watched her for a long time before I got that “creepy” feeling. I guess I just listened and without trying to find anything wrong, it found me. All of a sudden she changed…..and I just picked up on it!……and without trying. When that happens and your intuition kicks in, you know you are right.

    • Mychal
      Mychal May 30, 2012 at 2:01 am #

      josie: I agree…

  20. UPSETVET May 25, 2012 at 7:34 am #

    Thank you Reverend Massey for your anti-racism comments. I’m a 73 year old white male born and raised in Texas. My memory goes back to the racism and bigotry of my generation. It was wrong and it’s wrong NOW.

    Racism is a two way street, meaning, we have white and black racists. It’s really not about color, but power and control. Racism is simular to sexual abuse, it’s a show of who has the power over another.

    • Mychal
      Mychal May 30, 2012 at 2:09 am #

      upsetvet: I agree w/ everything you have said except the part where you misspelled my name…

  21. Pat May 25, 2012 at 7:33 am #

    Agree Mychal. It is a double standard and a black person can say pretty much anything and the words are not considered racist or hateful while a white person saying the same exact words would be hung from the yard arm. A person’s skin color does not make a comment any more palatable, and if the comment would be condemned coming from one person, it should be condemned coming from ANY person’s mouth. Until we do that, racism will remain alive and well in the United States.

    • Mychal
      Mychal May 30, 2012 at 2:13 am #

      pat: I agree w/ what you have said…but conservatives of any color or sex are condemned for what they say…

  22. Jackie May 24, 2012 at 11:41 pm #

    Agreed! Never understood how anyone though all humans couldn’t hate.

    • Mychal
      Mychal May 24, 2012 at 11:54 pm #

      jackie: agreed…

  23. Carpenter May 24, 2012 at 11:38 pm #

    “In truth, I’ve never had cheering respect for Megyn Kelly, not that it would bother her, but I’ve always viewed her as catty and disingenuous” That’s how I’ve always felt about her too, there is something about her presentation that tells me she thinks of herself very highly and so beautiful in her mind that whatever she gets wrong will be dismissed by her adoring male fans. Ha, ha.

    • Mychal
      Mychal May 24, 2012 at 11:55 pm #

      carpenter: you nailed that my friend…and her promo pictures are more suited for an escort service than professional newsperson…

  24. Marilyn May 24, 2012 at 11:36 pm #

    There you go again, Mychal. You make points that make my head spin. There are double standards in a lot of issues but we all have inflicted some of those standards upon ourselves. We allow it to happen. I would never allow any racial slurs from blacks or whites or Asians or from any race on my television or radio programs. It has to start somewhere. The media and entertainment are good places to start. I come from the era when cuss words were bleeped on television.

    • Mychal
      Mychal May 24, 2012 at 11:58 pm #

      marilyn: we’re from the same era…we must assert that which is right at the moment same is demanded or we are contributing the problem…

  25. Gary Thomsen May 24, 2012 at 8:08 pm #

    You are 100% correct. There is a definite double standard and my respect goes up for you to point it out, considering that you are not a white male. While I do not denigrate the contributions that blacks, Asians and women have made, I think we can agree that white males probably had the major role in building this country. The reason I say this is because this is obviously the perception of the lesbo-homo-liberal-commie-racist-muslim juggernaut we face. I believe their thinking is this: destroy the white male and the rest of the country will come tumbling down around their ears. I have noted the trend to put down and make fun of the white male, starting in the 60s on TV in situation comedies. This continues to this day: the father figure is usually portrayed negatively, while all women, blacks, children, homosexuals, etc. are seen as the problem solvers.
    The only thing worse on TV than a white father figure is a Christian white father figure. Who could possibly be behind this other than Satan?

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