O'Reilly: Welfare Culture, White Condescension, Gangster Rappers, And Beyoncé Have Harmed Blacks

From the August 26 edition of Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor:

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O'REILLY: I agree that the welfare culture and the pandering and the condescension by the white establishment to poor blacks has harmed them economically. But it's more than that. You remember Motown. Do you not? Wasn't that a fabulous, fabulous music industry, uplifting? You remember Jackie Robinson and Willie Mays. Weren't they fabulous athletes -- I idolized Willie Mays. And what do we have now? What do we have now? Gangster rappers, you know,  Beyoncé. The most famous, you know, doing these videos that show these kinds of things to young, 9, 10, 11-year-old girls? I mean -- and it's celebrated. It's celebrated. You know, that's the big change. 


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