"Most white people hate black people. The reason that most white people hate Black people is because whites are not Black people. If you know this about white people, you need know little else. If you don’t know this about white people, virtually all else that you know about them will only confuse you." Nelly Fuller quoted by Dr. Francis Cress Welsing.
From [HERE] When Megyn Kelly was a child, according to Megyn Kelly, it was okay to wear blackface “as long as you were dressing up like a character.”
Then again, when Megyn Kelly was a child, it was still legal to use lead paint in your house. In this and all paint-based matters, our society has evolved. And whether or not it was in fact “okay” to follow Mischief Night with a DIY minstrel show during Kelly’s tender years in the 1970s is an opinion that Kelly’s contemporaries of color do not share.
The most surprising thing about Kelly’s blackface remarks — which she punctuated with a frustrated tear about how “I can’t keep up with the number of people that we’re offending just by being normal people” — is that anyone is surprised by them at all.
Telling highlights of Kelly’s storied tenure at Fox include, but are not limited to: dismissing of a Department of Justice report finding “rampant racial discrimination” in the Missouri police department that patrolled the neighborhood where Michael Brown was killed; calling a 15-year-old black girl who was pinned down by a police officer at a pool party “no saint”; siding with “All Lives Matter” against Black Lives Matter; insisting that both Santa Claus and Jesus Christ are/were white. [MORE]