Bill O”Reilly is still in a battle to stay relevant with the media.
He was forced to defend his comments last month about a “white genocide” conspiracy theory, and it appears his comments about the African American community will continue to draw criticism.
In an interview with “Fox and Friends” on Thursday, O’Connor said the “Black Lives Matter movement” is not about racial profiling.
“I’m not a bigot, I’m a human being, and I’m not saying that the Black Lives Matter protesters don’t have a point of view,” he said.
“That’s a point they’re making.
But what I’m saying is, if you don’t believe that there’s a race problem, then you’re not a real American.
I’m the person who said that. “
We don’t know where that race is.
I’m the person who said that.
He did so in a way that was “not racist, but at the same time I’m aware of the fact that it’s coming from a minority,” O”Donnell said. “
On Tuesday, O”Connor appeared on “Fox & Friends” to defend the racial comments and the conspiracy theory.
He did so in a way that was “not racist, but at the same time I’m aware of the fact that it’s coming from a minority,” O”Donnell said.
I am not racist,” he added. “
I’ve been in the media since before I was born, so I know what I am talking about.
I am not racist,” he added.
“You’re not saying you don´t have a racial problem, you have a human problem, and that is why we need to solve that problem.”
O’Brien said on Wednesday that he was a supporter of the Black Panthers and that he has “never seen any racism from them.”
O”Brien’s comments on Fox &: Friends came as the NAACP said it would host a “Black Friday” rally in Washington, D.C., on Sunday to support the Black community.
O&St&.twitter.com/4sJ5d3JxE7″ “I can say unequivocally that I don’t see racism or racism of any kind from anyone.
I think the black community has had a tremendous impact on our country and the world,” O’Briens wife, Nicole, told CNN.