Source: Tommy Christopher / Mediaite
On Wednesday’s edition of The Five, the Fox News show went over North Carolina NAACP head Rev. William Barber‘s comments about Sen.Tim Scott (R-SC). During that segment, co-host Eric Bolling asked his fellows “Is there racism?”, and answered “I don’t think there’s racism.”
NewsOne Now host Roland Martin took issue with Bolling’s assessment Thursday morning, dubbing him his “Stuck on Stupid Person of the Week.”
Martin played a clip of Bolling saying “It’s getting tiring. We have a black president, black senators, we have black heads — captains of business, companies, we have black entertainment channels. Where is the… Is there racism? 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. Let’s move on.”
“Really, Eric?” Martin said. “No racism? A black president, and other black folks have all these jobs, and there’s no racism, it’s magically disappeared? Here’s what Bolling could have discovered in a 0.43-second Google search, using the words EEOC and racism.”
To read this article in its entirety and to watch Roland Martin’s comments on NewsOne Now about Eric Bolling visit Mediaite.
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