Bill O’Reilly was instrumental in highlighting America’s culture war between “traditionalists” and “secular-progressives,” and is now cautioning that there’s a civil war in the U.S. over skin color, with the LGBT community aligning with minorities to “get those white guys.”
Call it the war on the white man, with President Donald Trump a convenient target.
The former Fox News Channel host said in a segment of this week’s “No Spin News” that for a long time skin color really wasn’t much of an issue, with race hustlers like Al Sharpton and Louis Farrakhan being involved in the racial grievance industry more for the money.
“But now whiteness has become the issue,” O’Reilly declared. “Whiteness. If you’re a white American you are part of a cabal that either consciously or unconsciously keeps minorities down,” he continued. “Therefore that has to end and whiteness has to be put aside.”
O’Reilly said the open border movement is part of this effort, using immigration to artificially manipulate voter demographics in the U.S.
“That’s what the border is all about,” he insisted. “This is behind the movement in California and in the Democratic precincts. Let everybody in, everybody in. That would diminish whiteness because minorities then would take over as they have in many parts of California.
“That’s what that’s all about. Getting whiteness out of power, particularly white men.”
O’Reilly said the #MeToo sexual harassment movement is also being used by the left to “get those white guys. Get ‘em, get ‘em.”
“I’m telling you about this almost every day,” he said. “That the white people, whether they know it or not, are oppressing and creating macroaggressions for the minority community.
“So the white people have to be swept out of power, got to get them out, let the LGBTs and the minorities — they have to run the show. That’s what it’s all about and they’re making strides like crazy.”
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