Lou Dobbs has been bringing his brand of racist grandparent television hosting at Fox Business Network for about nine years now. Along with his Howdy Doody haircut, Dobbs uses the slow broadcaster’s delivery and baritone Texas cadence that many older citizens remember as the news standard of yesteryear. Of course, like most things Fox News related, Dobbs’ superficial appearance and the sounds that emanate from his yap are the only things that signify the potential for integrity, as the content and thought behind his broadcasts are hot garbage to say the least.
While Donald Trump and his cabinet of wanna-be oligarchs begin figuring out ways to turn major American cities into totalitarian terrorized police states, White House spokesperson Kayleigh McEnany is using the press to target predominantly Black cities like a laser sight. On Thursday, McEnany referred to Chicago’s mayor, Lori Lightfoot, as “the derelict mayor of Chicago.” Mayor Lightfoot responded in turn to McEnany’s slander on her social media account, writing: “Hey, Karen. Watch your mouth.” This statement, from a Black American mayor against the white mouthpiece of America’s quintessential white supremacist in chief, was a bridge too far for old Lou. Lou remembers a world where white women could make Black people tremble at their feet, with the ability to have them terrorized, brutalized, and murdered with their words alone. Lou and the rest of Fox News were appalled at this apparent reverse-racism!
First Fox News contributor Charlie Hurt, best known as a partisan hack from way back who spent recent years promoting the amorphous concept of globalists trying to take over the world, called Lightfoot’s use of the term Karen “a racial slur.” Then, later on, Dobbs used his platform to inform his older demographic that the term Karen is “a sexist and racist term.” Don’t worry old white folks, it isn’t you who is racist. It’s Black people who are really the racists.
It is important to note that Dobbs is madder than the Mad Hatter and nowhere near as entertaining. His only talent seems to be the whisker-thin moral compass he has that allows him to laud someone one day and then quickly turn on them as if he never knew them.