Limbaugh Stands Up For White Parents
At a time of crisis, when we have had a series of young black men killed by authorities, Rush Limbaugh feels it’s important to stand up for white folks.
Limbaugh made the comment in response to Georgetown professor Michael Eric Dyson, who said the previous day that black parents face unique concerns about the wellbeing of their children.[su_center_ad]
“I don’t think it is accurate to say that white parents do not worry sending their kids out of the house on errands,” Limbaugh said. He said the fear of children falling victim to rapists and other criminals is always on parents’ minds, regardless of race.
“Now, if a kid’s gone for 30 minutes– ‘Uh-oh, where’s Little Johnny? Oh my God!’ Am I right?” Limbaugh said. “All kinds of people are afraid to let their kids loose, for fear of what’s out there. Not specifically racial problems, just, there’s a lot of evil out there.”
Totally missing the point that black parents have unique concerns at a time of great prejudice against black children, it’s so good to know there is a spokesperson for white America.[su_sky_ad]