“They’re brothers … they’re happy and they’re singing and they’re colored.” — The Wayans Brothers opening.
That was the joke opening from the old television show, but it could be thought of as the way some on Fox
News Views sees President Barack Obama.
Here are some words from bigoted Fox
News Views anchor Eric Bolling, who has a comforting environment at a network that is often hostile to black folks.
“So what’s with all the hoods in the hizzy? A month after the White House hosted the rapper Common, who glorifies violence on cops, the president opened his doors to one of Africa’s most evil dictators. Here’s Ali Bongo, the Gabonese president, who’s been accused of human rights violations and plundering billions of his country’s dollars.”
The words “hizzy” and “hood” should give you a major clue about where his heart and mind are with respect to black people.
This is beyond mere partisan politics, here. The message is a window to what is in the heart of Eric Bolling, a man who seems hostile to black people on Fox
News Views. Bolling knows that when he says “hoods” to his audience they think of undesirable black people. This is all beyond the scope of mere coincidence.
REP. JOHN GARAMENDI (D-CA): There are good guys. There are bad guys out there. We’ve got to stay engaged.
SMITH: We don’t have to have them at home, though.
BOLLING: Thank you, Smitty.
SMITH: We don’t have to have them in our White House and entertaining them.
BOLLING: Where? Where? Where? Go ahead, say it. Where?
SMITH: In the hizzy.
BOLLING: In the hizzy. Thank you, Smitty.
SMITH: Do we really have to have them in the White Hizzy?
“Hizzy,” as I said before, is a way of reminding you that President Obama is black and he is turning the precious White House into, as Smith describes it, the “White Hizzy.”
What is the real message, here, to Fox
News Views watchers? They want their viewers to vote his black ass out of their precious White House.
“Barack Obama likes to defecate on American allies,” was a line from Mattera. That is absolutely disgusting and indicative of the hatred toward Obama coming from the far right.
Sorry to put it that harsh and real, but the message from some of these individuals at Fox
News Views is unmistakable.
Source: Media Matters for America