O’Reilly to Obama, leaders: Get black America under control!

Bill O’Reilly’s powerful Monday night “Talking Points Memo” is likely to promote serious debate around the water cooler Tuesday morning, as he told President Obama and the “race hustlers” and “limousine liberals” it’s time to stop with the fake victimization and get the “gangsta culture,” influenced black youth under control.

He began by complimenting the president for broaching the subject of racial divide in his surprise appearance Friday at the White House press briefing room. “The president was correct in addressing the race issue and framing it with the Martin case,” O’Reilly noted. But then he got down to business.

“The sad truth is that from the president on down, our leadership has no clue, no clue at all about how to solve problems within the black community,” O’Reilly said. “And many are frightened to even broach the issue. That’s because race hustlers and the grievance industry have intimidated the so-called ‘conversation,’ turning any valid criticism of African-American culture into charges of racial bias.”

As a result, “many in power simply walk away, leaving millions of law-abiding African-Americans to pretty much fend for themselves in violent neighborhoods.

“You want racism? That’s racism,” he emphasized. “Thus it’s time for some straight talk.”

After first condemning the profiling of Martin by George Zimmerman on the night Martin was killed, O’Reilly said, “Here’s the headline. Young black men commit homicides at a rate 10 times greater than whites and hispanics combined.” In the meantime “the civil rights industry looks the other way or makes excuses.”

The problem boils down to, he opined, “the disintegration of the African-American family.”

He noted that black leaders from the president on down have refused to address the fact that “73 percent of all black babies are born out of wedlock.” This, combined with the “gangsta culture,” promoted by the entertainment industry is “encouraging irresponsibility” and “glorifying bad behavior.”

“It’s now time for the African-American leadership, including President Obama, to stop the nonsense,” O’Reilly concluded. “Walk away from the world of victimization and grievance and lead the way out of this mess.”


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  • gramps,

    Bill O’ Rielly, hit it out of the park last night & covered ‘all’ the bag’s !

    He ‘drew’ a line in the sand & called a ‘Spade a Spade’, he ‘dun’ GOOD !

    He laid bare the ‘race-baiting’ Rev’s Sharpton & Jackson along with ‘his ‘nib’s’, the ‘POTUS’, CBC & NAACP……One of the many points he made: He pointed out that over 70% of ‘black baby’s’ are born to single mothers with NO father figures. (I’d say, those aren’t family’s, they’re ‘litters’)

    “OUTSTANDING” Memo…!

    Stay tuned…

    gramps,……PS

    Much-much more than Wiki-Leaks & Edward Snowden….
    The likes of the Rev. Al-Tawana, Sharpton, Jesse Jackson & Eric Dyson along with the rest of the cast of….’Minstrel Players’ from that, ‘Journalistic Sewer’…..
    the, ‘Mostly Socialist Nubian Broadcasting Company’.

    They’re the ‘greatest’ threat to America today….They’re just a bunch of ‘race baiting, $$ grabbing, rate chasing, yet, rating-less, group of carnival Barkers’…

    • mustachechuckself

      Amen to that

    • kg4tyr

      “He pointed out that over 70% of ‘black baby’s’ are born to single mothers with NO father figures.”

      Unfortunately those father figures that are missing from these children’s lives, would only worsen the situation. The simple fact is , they’re out making babies and are no more than thugs themselves. IF they were in the home, what difference would it make?

  • DCGalante

    Right on, Bill.

  • blight14

    I wish them good luck in THAT endeavor……flying a Cessna 172 to the moon would be an easier feat……

  • Guest

    Bildo strikes again – gosh knows what he will say next

    • mustachechuckself

      The Truth hurts you folks

  • mustachechuckself

    I really normally get turned off by this gentleman But I must admit he did make sense on every point He challenged so many to think about it . Now do I expect The Black Leaders to do anything and Lead not likely THEY HAVE A AGENDA its not to improve America as a whole, Division, not helpful

  • JulieDRosow

    “Somebody needs to pay for all my children. Somebody needs to be held accountable.”

    http://www.youtube.com/embed/rPRtIOmPOD0

  • Tanya Gracia Subialdea

    Very, very well said, Bill!

  • Jeffrey Willis

    Grand Slam

  • http://www.Marketing4Traffic.com/ Devani Anjali Alderson

    This is the BEST O’Reilly taking point I have ever heard!!!! Completely agree!!!! Couldn’t have said it better!

  • focusedman1

    Since when did Obama or any so called black leader become responsible for raising the youth? Obama is a politician, and so is Sharpton and Jackson (both whom ran for president). Since when has it been any president’s responsibility to raise a race of people? Who are the white leaders responsible for leading them? It’s these racist pundits like O’really (purposely spelled wrong) and Sanitty that are dumbing down the white community and keeping everything focused on race. Fox news does an excellent job of that also. Last I checked it was the parent’s job to raise their kids.

    • Jerry Patte

      You sound about as stupid as you look.

      • focusedman1

        Sounds like you don’t have any ideas or anything intelligent to say.

    • Danimel11

      If your one of the 20% of black men that “raise their kids” then congratulations on doing what your supposed to do. Now back to the problem of getting the other 80% of black men to do the same so our tax money doesn’t have to pay for them.