Fox News contributor Rachel Campos-Duffy says some black people she knows told her “Gosh, the conditions of the detention centers are better than some of the projects that I grew up in.”
— Jon Levine (@LevineJonathan) June 22, 2018
Um, that is a damn lie. But of course, the party of family values always goes full racist when they’re talking about black and brown people.
Um, I think her only black friend is Harris Faulkner and she thinks she’s white and is completely detached from reality. Or maybe it was Diamond and Silk, who white Republicans literally view as idiots, but okay then.
Reaction on Twitter:
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
You sound like Trump’s “Everybody is saying” Its that they are being split up. What don’t you get about that?
— Janet Heinsler (@HEINSLERJAN) June 22, 2018
lmao I bet she crosses the street to avoid Diamond and Silk even though they’re entering the same building
— C (@zergmans) June 22, 2018
So black people live in projects. And she talks to them, these black people who grew up in projects, and they say that jails for migrants are comparatively nice.
Not a word of that is true. Not one word.
— Chuck Graef (@chuckgraef) June 22, 2018
I grew up in one project and moved to another and guess what? In both we had walls not cages. Guess what else? I was allowed outside for more than 2 hours a day. Guess what else? I didn’t have a bracelet that had to be scaned. Shocker. I was not seperated from my mother. GTFOH.
— Aundrea Jones (@AundreaJones11) June 22, 2018
Pinning minorities and lower class citizens against each other is the oldest trick in the book, black people wouldn’t socialize with this trash
— Manny (@manny239007) June 22, 2018