Source: Matt Wilstein / Mediaite
The Five’s discussion about the war of words between North Carolina NAACP President Rev.William Barber II and Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) took a sharp turn on Wednesday when it was Eric Bolling’s turn to weigh in. Denying that African-Americans are still discriminated against in America, he declared definitively, “I don’t think there’s racism.”
“You know, it’s almost getting — it is getting tiring,” Bolling said of Barber’s suggestion that Scott’s conservative policies don’t help his fellow African-Americans. “We have a black president, black senators, we have black heads — captains of business, companies, we have black entertainment channels.”
“Is there racism?” he asked. “I don’t think there’s racism. I think the only people perpetuating racism are people like this gentleman from NAACP, are the Al Sharptons of the world. Let’s move on.”
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