Is Jehmu Greene Worth It To Megyn Kelly And FoxNews?
We are well aware that white people are fallaciously blamed by black race-mongers for the ills of black families. We are well aware that the top black race-mongers have made vast fortunes accusing whites of wrong doings.
We are very much aware that even the so-called conservative media outlets will not cover acts of grievous criminal violence committed by blacks with the same zealousness, resources, and rapidity that they do when there is an opportunity to sensationalize a crime of violence (whether real or perceived) by whites against blacks.
And now Fox New’s Megyn Kelly, host of America Live has removed any doubts we may have had about the media’s support of racist double standards. As many will recall, on the May 4th broadcast of Kelly’s show, the extreme radical, black racist and ACORN member Jehmu Greene, during a debate with Tucker Carlson about Elizabeth Warren, said the following: “And at the end of the day, she won the teaching award at Harvard two years in a row, she won teaching awards at the University of Pennsylvania, at the University of Michigan, at the University of Houston. To question this woman on her qualifications is going to be something that does appeal to…folks like you, voters like you, bow tyin’ white boys, but at the end of the day it is going to backfire…”
It is important to note a couple of significant facts pursuant to Greene’s racist attack. First and foremost, it should be clearly understood that when a black person uses “white boy” in the context Greene did it is the height of insult tantamount to the words “nigger” and “house nigger.” Second, when Carlson reminded her that he had not called her names, she replied “I didn’t call you a name.” In black parlance, the translation of her response is: she “didn’t call [him] a name” because that’s what he is. For those of us who understand specific idiosyncrasies of blacks, she reduced Carlson to the lowest common denominator and called him what he in fact is to her and those of her mindset. Further proof of that is that Carlson wasn’t wearing a bow tie.
Greene has not made one public apology and the apology given by Kelly after the fact can, at best, be described as craven and, at worst deceitful and supportive of Greene.
The phone calls, emails, and letters to Megyn Kelly and Fox News were publicly ignored; it appeared that although Greene’s racist comments were not addressed publicly, Fox had taken steps to not showcase her. At least that was how it seemed until July 17th.
Tuesday (7/17/12), Megyn Kelly had the unmitigated gall to have the unrepentant, radical, racist participate in a focus-group panel discussing comments made by Obama. There is absolutely no defensible reason to have a known radical racist such as Greene participate on that panel. It’s not as if there is a dearth of blacks who are supportive of Obama–who are capable and competent to cogently discuss his comments.
Having Greene back on Fox flies in the face of propriety as much as it is an insult to reasonable minds, and whites specifically. After all, it was whites in general whom Greene purposefully insulted with her comments. But obviously that doesn’t matter to Kelly. As I said, there is no defensible reason to have Greene as a part of that panel. The only reason we can logically conclude is that both Fox and Kelly are supportive of Greene’s radical racism (and intend to continue to showcase same).
My assertion is not ipse dixit; just as it is impossible to be a little pregnant, the only plausible reason to have Greene continue on Fox is if Kelly and Fox approve of her, and to approve of her is to accept her radical racism, ergo, they are supportive of same. There’s no shortage of radical blacks with extremist points of view capable of interacting without pejorative name calling.
Further, it is important to note that Kelly severely reprimanded a white male guest when he called Vice President Joe Biden a buffoon. Are we to believe calling Biden, who is viewed as a nonstop gaffe machine, a buffoon is the same as vulgarly denigrating an entire class of people as Greene did?
Greene’s comments were insulting and morally opprobrious, and while obviously not out of character for her that doesn’t entitle Megyn Kelly and Fox News to insult the public by condoning her actions. Ice cubes have a better chance of not melting in boiling water than there is Kelly or Fox would permit a Klu Klux Klan member to come on and use such offensive language. So why allow this for Greene?
We cannot allow media outlets that pretend to be conservative-leaning and program hosts of same to practice duplicitous double standards when it comes to racist, extreme radicals. Megyn Kelly owes America a public apology on bent knee and Jehmu Greene should be forever banned from Fox programming. There are many examples of innocuous comments made by whites that were in no way intended as Greene meant her racist slam, and yet the whites were severely excoriated publicly including the loss of jobs and, in some instances, even the loss of career.
In my May 9th Daily Rant, I wrote “Is Fox News Channel Becoming The Black Supremacist Channel.” (http://newdailyrant.wpengine.com/is-fox-news-channel-becoming-the-black-supremacist-channel/)
In the same article I referenced Anita MonCrief’s September 7, 2011 article “Former ACORN Insider Infiltrates Fox News.” (http://emergingcorruption.com/category/corruption/acorn/) I strongly encourage you to read both.
We cannot afford to sit back and allow racist double standards to foment insult and violence. It is time for us to rise up and express our disapproval. Kelly’s show is a success because the very people she allows and defacto encourages to be insulted happen to be the ones who watch it. It’s time to let Kelly and Fox know this is unacceptable. Jehmu Greene must go and Kelly owes us an apology. It’s time to let them know they can pretend to ignore us, but they cannot ignore us if we not only stop watching them, but approach their sponsors as well. The question to them: “Is a radical black extremist like Greene worth it?”
About the Author
Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here