Sometimes, even a malicious idiot like Bill O'Reilly says something pure and true and correct.
Not that he realizes it, mind you.
At 11:55 AM - 24 Jun 2019, @BillOReilly tweeted:
Slavery reparations is a far-left favorite because it does a number of things.
It reinforces the radical belief that the United States was founded by racist white men who installed a system whereby white guys would run everything and blacks, women and others would be exploited.
It also suggests that personal responsibility does not count when the legacy of slavery dropped a curtain of oppression on the black race and there is no recovering from that. The radical left says our society remains unjust to this day, forget personal responsibility.
Here's a screengrab for posterity.
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