I disagree, of course, but, according to Hayes, I disagree because I can't see outside my ideological box. By some feat of magical insight on the Left, they can see the racism on the Right that's not nearly as bad on the Left, and what little racism there is on the Left is condemned by people like Hayes, while racism on the Right is ignored by those with influence on the Right. Got it?
Van Jones was on, and he recently said that libertarians are racists because they support economic freedom, and, somehow, they are also homophobic and bigoted toward immigrants. Hayes didn't bring up Jone's recent racist and unfounded accusations against libertarians because Jones can't be a racist since he's black and fights against racism. Got it?
Hayes and the Leftists he runs through his program are attempting to frame the Right according to their world view and they are setting the rules. Don't bother refuting any of this because that's what racists do, and it will only make you look more like a racist. Got it?
John Derbyshire, whom I had never read before the last few days, wrote a racist piece to his kids about how to avoid groups of blacks in social settings because it's dangerous. This has to be one of the stupidest things I've seen written in a long time, and, I have no idea why National Review allows him to write for their publication. National Review has never been a publication I respected ideologically, but I thought they at least had integrity and enough good sense and moral clarity to not give a stage to racists.