Furious Giuliani hits back after being called ‘white supremacist’

Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani had calmed down by Monday after his run-in with a black professor who called him a white supremacist on Sunday.

But his disgust was still simmering with black activists who concentrate on police killings of black men while ignoring the carnage being inflicted on the black community by criminals of its own color.

In an interview with “Fox and Friends,” Giuliani made the point crystal clear.

“The danger to a black child in America is not a white police officer,” he said. “Ninety-three percent of the time, they’re going to be killed by another black.”

Activists and posers who pretend police shootings like the one that killed Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., in August are the real problem, Giuliani said.

That kind of behavior only makes sense, he said, “if you want to be some kind of racial demagogue, which I consider a racist, which is what many of these people are who make [things like the Brown shooting] like they’re the rule.”

But black-on-black crime doesn’t get the cameras, it doesn’t draw the headlines, and it doesn’t make people like Al Sharpton a dime.

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