Geraldo Rivera has figured out why minorities face so many problem in America. Is it discrimination? Racism? The gutting of legislation designed to protect? Nope — it’s their “thug ethic.”
Channeling well, every Republican, everywhere, Rivera said on Fox and Friends that minorities are to blame not only for their own failures, but those of their children because our country is certainly not chock-full of hurdles and walls that do not exist for white people.
After the hosts rolled a clip of Iraq War superstar Condoleezza Rice claiming that our country “has made enormous steps in race relations, and it is the best place on Earth to be a minority. The idea that you would play [the race] card, and try fear-mongering among minorities just because you disagree with Republicans — I find it appalling, I find it insulting. As a Republican black woman from the South, I would say to them, ‘Really? Is that really the argument that you’re going to make in 2014?’”
“Wouldn’t you really want to have her run for office?” Geraldo Rivera asked. “I mean, she’s so balanced, and such a great role model.”
“There’s too much, in the minority culture” who “embraces the ‘thug ethic’ — no belt, so your pants are down around your butt,” said shirtless selfie man. “Or, remember how much trouble I got in about the hoodies?” he added, referencing the time he blamed Trayvon Martin’s death not on George Zimmerman — but on his hoodie.
“The point is, if you want to embrace that failure, you will be a failure, and your children will be failures,” said Rivera.
Watch Rivera spew his hatred, below: