Henry Louis gates holds nose, does O'Reilly's ancestry

Henry Louis Gates is the thinking man's race hustler.  In 2013 he made this  grandiose statement to Salon: "Since slavery ended, all political movements have been about race."

Gates hasn't written much about the vast political movement to protect the unborn or the fact that black families abort their youngest members four times more than white families.  The politics of race doesn't seem to include the enormous movement to protect the right to bear arms or the fact that law-abiding black people have been deprived of the right to protect themselves in left-wing districts.  He doesn't focus on the real enslavement of being black in America, which is black-on-black crime.  Or that 93% of black homicides are committed by black people.  In fact, a cursory review of his writing suggests that Gates considers that all political movement in America for the last 155 years comprise nothing but shadings of white racism.

The subjects of Gates's program, Finding Your Roots, are a pantheon of the activist left wing.  He seems to emphasize pro-homosexuality, but he runs the gamut of causes from the far to the extreme left wing.  A tiny sample among dozens: Anderson Cooper, whose anti-American hate speech labeled the Tea Party "teabaggers"; Ben Affleck, the passionate reproductive rights activist who apparently isn't interested in sticking around to raise his own three "reproductions"; the slick pseudo-journalist George Stephanopoulos; the Christianity-basher Stephen King; Ty Burrell, the father-as-clown stereotype from the psychologically child-abusing Modern Family.  Upcoming subjects include Gloria Steinem, Bill Maher, and Neil Patrick Harris.

Gates never speaks to conservatives, but somebody must have suggested a token centrist like O'Reilly.  When Gates spoke with O'Reilly he dehumanized him thusly: "You are as white as a bar of Ivory soap."  Imagine Gates saying to Ming Tsai, "You are as yellow as a banana" or to Cory Booker or Wanda "I hope Rush Limbaugh's kidneys fail" Sykes, "You are as black as coal."

O'Reilly be laughin' and shufflin' before culture massa, just as the American people do in funding PBS.

Henry Louis Gates is the thinking man's race hustler.  In 2013 he made this  grandiose statement to Salon: "Since slavery ended, all political movements have been about race."

Gates hasn't written much about the vast political movement to protect the unborn or the fact that black families abort their youngest members four times more than white families.  The politics of race doesn't seem to include the enormous movement to protect the right to bear arms or the fact that law-abiding black people have been deprived of the right to protect themselves in left-wing districts.  He doesn't focus on the real enslavement of being black in America, which is black-on-black crime.  Or that 93% of black homicides are committed by black people.  In fact, a cursory review of his writing suggests that Gates considers that all political movement in America for the last 155 years comprise nothing but shadings of white racism.

The subjects of Gates's program, Finding Your Roots, are a pantheon of the activist left wing.  He seems to emphasize pro-homosexuality, but he runs the gamut of causes from the far to the extreme left wing.  A tiny sample among dozens: Anderson Cooper, whose anti-American hate speech labeled the Tea Party "teabaggers"; Ben Affleck, the passionate reproductive rights activist who apparently isn't interested in sticking around to raise his own three "reproductions"; the slick pseudo-journalist George Stephanopoulos; the Christianity-basher Stephen King; Ty Burrell, the father-as-clown stereotype from the psychologically child-abusing Modern Family.  Upcoming subjects include Gloria Steinem, Bill Maher, and Neil Patrick Harris.

Gates never speaks to conservatives, but somebody must have suggested a token centrist like O'Reilly.  When Gates spoke with O'Reilly he dehumanized him thusly: "You are as white as a bar of Ivory soap."  Imagine Gates saying to Ming Tsai, "You are as yellow as a banana" or to Cory Booker or Wanda "I hope Rush Limbaugh's kidneys fail" Sykes, "You are as black as coal."

O'Reilly be laughin' and shufflin' before culture massa, just as the American people do in funding PBS.