Megyn Kelly's Phony Boo-Hoo Moment
Megyn Kelly has been trying to laugh off the heat she was taking for comments she made about Santa being white and Jesus being white. Her ignorance notwithstanding pursuant to Jesus who was a Jew, she tried to play it off that she has single-handedly caused a firestorm over the issue of Santa’s skin color. And that the primary causal factors are that she and Fox News have such big targets on their backs.
I could write a novella pursuant to my thoughts on the azimuth between her overinflated self-importance and reality, but that’s not where I want to go.
I want to point out what Kelly saw fit to conveniently dismiss. She didn’t give a rat’s tail about what people had to say when she saw fit not to address the racist ACORN negress Jehmu Greene insulting Tucker Carlson with racial epithets on Kelly’s live show. She hid behind her wall at Fox and never allowed the discussion that I and TDR (The Daily Rant) pushed to have take place. Kelly is emblematic of those at Fox who use race to bolster their ratings but run like harlots from police when they are challenged to debate those who do not hide behind political correctness and who do not blame “whitey” for the ills of blacks.
What Jehmu Greene did and said, and the way in which she voiced her racial epithets at Mr. Carlson, would have been unforgivable if she were white — not to mention if she were a white male. But Kelly let it slide because Greene is a radical negress with a history of supporting anarchist causes not least of which was her involvement in ACORN.
Kelly is blanketing herself in a shroud of self-accredited importance claiming she became a target for disdain because she and Fox are the big players. Well, it’s nice to feel important, but as one who has been on the frontlines of combating racial injustice being directed unfairly toward whites and Americans of color who are conservative for many years, I can say without reservation that her adherence to insufferable, jaundiced euhemerisms has done more to foment racial discord than her thoughtless “white Santa” and ignorant “white Jesus” comments did.
And, of course, white people, white males in particular, will continue to be called insensitive and made to suffer the brunt of duplicitous double standards by racialists.
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