Oh, it’s Giuliani again, being the very best drama llama he can be, and not only denying any racism on his part, or on Trump’s part, but there is no racism, no, none at all. Wait, yes, there is a bit of racism, on Clinton’s part. That’s it.
“Racist? The last thing in this world that Donald Trump is is a racist,” Giuliani scoffed. “The man likes white people, he likes black people, he likes Hispanic people, he plays golf with them.”
I bet he’d even let them use one of his bathrooms, right Rudy? Who knew that golf canceled out racism, I didn’t know that.
“To say that Donald Trump is a racist is outrageous!” Giuliani replied indignantly. “To call anybody a racist is outrageous. I can’t stand that.”
“Hold on,” Ruhle interrupted. “There are people that you can call racist.”
Giuliani, however, pivoted: “It’s Hillary Clinton who says to us, we all have implicit bias.”
“Hillary, I got news for you, I don’t,” he added. “Maybe you do. I have no racial guilt. Not a single bit of it, which is why I’m willing to tell the truth about black crime and what has to be done about it.”
Oh yes, to point out racist behaviour and attitudes is just so much worse than the effects of racism, yep. The wounded bellow of white privilege, hear it bluster and sob. As for ‘no racial guilt’? Please. Yes, Rudy, you have implicit bias, we all do. What you don’t seem to have is any sense of shame. Or any ability to think, let alone critically.
“And there is no mayor in this history of this city that saved more black lives than me. Nobody even close.”
Why do I get the idea that Giuliani’s idea of saving black lives is putting a whole lot of black people in prison?
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