Fox Contributor With Imaginary Black Friends Said They Told Her Migrant Centers Are The Life Compared To The Projects
Please send a list of the black people you talked to. Thanks.
June 22, 2018 at 3:21 pm
In the midst of the mess that the Trump administration has continued to foster in regards to immigration policy, Fox News would be remiss if they didn't find a way to sprinkle a little anti-blackness in the mix.
Fox News Contributor Rachel Campos-Duffy actually thought it would be a good idea to get on TV and say that black people have told her the migrant detention centers were better than the projects they grew up in.
Whew, chile, the racism jumped out. There are so many things wrong here.
— Jon Levine (@LevineJonathan) June 22, 2018
First of all, since when were black people the only people to live in the projects. Furthermore, why is it being implied that black people living in the projects is the expectation. Lastly, why are you trying to use black people to suggest that the conditions of these centers aren't inhumane?
I have a sneaking suspicion that she didn’t really talk to black people.
— Luke (@LLonganecker) June 22, 2018
Hi, @RCamposDuffy! Please provide the names of the Black people you spoke to so other journalists can follow up. We wouldn't want to think you're lying, would we?
— Chris Lavoie (@RadioGuyChris) June 22, 2018
Do these people not know any black people who DID NOT grow up in the projects? Why do they act like all black People are barely holding on? Good God I’m sick of this
— Nicole (@Ms_NicoleMurray) June 22, 2018
Black people say “gosh”?
— Norym (@Norym1812) June 22, 2018
She used the identifier African-American prior to saying projects….then she stereotyped and made the comparison that the projects is place of substandard living where African-Americans live…so there is no way she is a bigot or racist.
— Coach Mack (@MackTheCoach) June 22, 2018
At this point, we should expect nothing less from Fox and Friends. For those who actually care about making a difference when it comes to those who are suffering at the hands of America, here are 7 ways you can help black and brown immigrants currently being terrorized by the Trump administration.