This is rich. In the video below, Her Royal Whiteness, Megyn Kelly, interviews a black pastor, Robert White, from Peace Of Mind Church. I mention the color of their skin, because this is about racism - Fox racism. It's what they know. It's what they practice.
Pastor White, from St. Louis, was in Ferguson, last week, to meet with other peacemakers. in hopes of finding non-violent solutions to the riots after Michael Brown's murder. While there, he accepted the interview with Kelly.
During the interview, we find Megyn Kelly has asked the pastor onto the show, specifically to demean and discredit Reverend Al Sharpton. You know, because Sharpton is such a rabble-rouser for speaking on behalf of civil rights. Kelly baits the pastor, thinks she has him hooked, and then watches it blow up in her face.
Clearly pissed, Megyn Kelly keeps trying to get Pastor White to condemn Sharpton, and White will have no part of it. The apparent 'deal' they made prior is off - at least for the pastor. The best part is seeing a Fox host, any Fox host, (but Kelly is especially fun) trying to school someone, anyone, on the importance of having facts. (I've typed that line three different ways now, and each time I laugh out loud.) One has to wonder if Pastor White knew all along, that the interview would go down like this. Either way, I want to reach through my laptop screen and hug him.
I initially saw the clip on the Facebook page of Tafadzwa ShakaRa Mbandaka, from the United Kingdom. Here is an excerpt of Mbandaka's witty take on it:
They basically brought Pastor White (LOL.... The irony...) on to condemn Al for "stoking up racial tension" in light of the killing.
Here is the video:
BUT... The Brother flips the script EVER so niiiiiiiiiicely... watch Megan Kelly try her hardest to get it out of him and how she changes her tune when its clear that he wasn't gonna toe the line....
Now... I got my issues with Al, but with all his many many MANY issues... when it comes to this Police Brutality business, he serves a purpose..... More importantly, I am just glad this Brother was clear enough to know where his loyalties should lie enough not to shuffle and Nigger it up (like so many others do) for Massa Fox.
I get the impression he played the game just to get that message on the air...
Agreed, Tafadzwa ShakaRa Mbandaka.