April 25, 2014 2:23 am -

Nevada rancher and racism grenade Cliven Bundy has Republicans and conservatives scrambling to deal with his remarks on the state of “the Negro,” and the BLM bugaboo is not making their job easier. In an interview with Tom Woods Thursday morning, Bundy was asked about the charges of racism being leveled against him, and he responded by doubling down on those remarks.

Woods, filling in for The Peter Schiff Show‘s Peter Schiff, asked Bundy to respond to accusations of racism because of his remarks about black people maybe being better off under slavery.

Bundy doubled down, telling Woods “That’s exactly what I said, I’m wondering if they’re better off under government subsidy, their young women are having the abortions and their young men are in jail, and their older women and children are standing out on the cee-ment porch with nothing to do, you know, I’m wondering: Are they happier now under this government subsidy system than they were when they were slaves, and they was able to have their family structure together, and chickens and garden, and the people had something to do?”

“And so, in my mind,” Bundy continued, “I’m wondering are they better off being slaves, in that sense, or better off being slaves to the United States government, in the sense of the subsidies. I’m wondering. The statement is right. I am wondering.”

The premise of Bundy’s followup is actually a popular one among conservatives and Republicans, and aside from it’s prima facie absurdity, that “family structure” garbage is also complete horseshit that’s been peddled before…READ MORE

Tommy Christopher