Fox News contributor Katie Pavlich turned the argument about white privilege on college campuses around and pointed the finger of racism at the accusers.
During an appearance on Fox News’ “O’Reilly Factor” on Tuesday Pavlich, alongside, Fox Business host Kennedy Montgomery, said accusing people of having white privilege in itself is racist.
“To me, especially in the Northeast, confronting my white privilege is going to the tanning salon,” she said sarcastically.
“Look, we’re talking about this white privilege issue, and yes, it’s funny and it’s easy to laugh at,” she added.
“(They) are being prejudiced towards people based on the color of their skin,” she said. “I reject this idea that only white people can be racist when white students on these university campuses are now being ostracized for the color of their skin. It’s out of control.”
She also blamed the people in positions of power at these universities for creating the problem that has now cost some professors and administrators their jobs.
“The professors and administrators have created this monster through their diversity programs, through their tolerance programs which really only allow so much tolerance to tolerate nothing at all,” she said.
Watch the entire interview below.
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