Uncle Ruckus Does a Meltdown on Faux News

03 Sep

Michael Whaley, whose tirade against BlackLiveMatter on Youtube, and mentioned in my post “Uncle Ruckus Syndrome” earned himself a interview on the racist trolling Faux News…

As discussed by several folks in my comment section – there were some questions as to whether the boy in the YouTube indeed had a full set of marbles. Faux News, willing to give an audience to any Uncle Tom willing to go on camera criticizing the Black Community, BlackLIvesMatter, or any other thing racial snapped up Whaley…

To their regret.

“We need to teach kids to overcome diversity!”: Megyn Kelly gets more than she bargained for when #AllLivesMatter advocate goes off the rails

On “The Kelly File” Tuesday night, host Megyn Kelly spoke to Michael Whaley, an African-American Marine whose anti-#BlackLivesMatter video went viral over the weekend.

In the video, Whaley accused the movement of “encouraging black people to kill white people” — encouragement to which he attributed the murder of Officer Darren Goforth in Houston last Friday. That wasn’t the only Fox News talking point/marching order Whaley indulged in, as he also claimed that “black people can’t accept the truth about themselves,” and need to focus on the fact that “all lives matter.”

Given that Whaley’s video essentially repeated everything that Fox News’ white hosts and guests have been arguing for weeks now, it’s not surprising that Kelly’s producers booked him for an appearance. After all, there’s just something different about him that could lend their arguments the appearance of greater credibility. But back to the interview with Kelly, in which Whaley briefly recapitulated his/their argument before noting that the black community is even more complicit in its own destruction than Kelly assumed.

“What about the ‘no snitch rule’?” Kelly asked. “This was the first I’ve heard about that, for why black people in the inner cities don’t speak up more about black-on-black crime.”

Whaley expressed disbelief, saying “the ‘no snitch rule,’ you know, you’ve probably heard of it before, so I don’t understand why you say it’s your first time hearing about it. There’s been a ‘no snitch rule for a long time.”

“But in this context, it was new,” Kelly clarified, wholly unconvincingly. Even if she had heard of the rule, the fact that she hadn’t thought about the context of the black community enough to consider its implications in this context speaks volumes about the depth of her concern with the plight of black communities in the inner city.

Her inability to make this simple, obvious connection seemed to unnerve him, so after explaining the rule to Kelly, Whaley went on a bizarre rant that began by noting that Jesus’ people had him crucified, but he loved them anyway, and ended by him asserting that “black people and white people aren’t enemies, there’s somebody else behind closed doors, that’s actually pulling the strings, that’s actually causing racism in America.” He didn’t specify who this someone or someones is, but from the look on Kelly’s face, she was clearly afraid he was going to name names. Instead, Whaley veered off in yet another direction.

“It starts with education,” he argued, “we need to teach our kids to overcome diversity, to accept criticism of our races. The #BlackLivesMatter movement is encouraging black people to throw away their lives for something most white people of this generation weren’t a part of, and can’t control. That’s history, let’s not look at the negative things in history. History tends to repeat itself.”

At this point, an uncomfortable Kelly had tried to cut him off three or four times, and finally did so successfully, saying “I hear you, I hear you. We appreciate you coming on, telling us your perspective.”



Posted by on September 3, 2015 in Black Conservatives, Faux News


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6 responses to “Uncle Ruckus Does a Meltdown on Faux News

  1. Ask Cara

    September 3, 2015 at 1:21 PM

    How awkward…. He had diarrhea of the mouth. This is Uncle Ruckus’s nephew.


  2. roderick2012

    September 3, 2015 at 1:40 PM

    There is obviously a concerted effort this week to discredit the BLM.

    It’s interesting because I was listening to TJMS this morning about a documentary about The Black Panthers and read a Salon article about them.

    It’s interesting that white folks get scared when we actually do what they claim they want–blacks taking care of our own.

    Liked by 1 person

    • btx3

      September 3, 2015 at 2:07 PM

      There has been a revival of interest about the Panthers – seemingly almost all by white journalists. It is good in at least it separates the real Panthers from that group of morons, “The New Black Panthers”.


  3. airborne joe33

    September 3, 2015 at 2:35 PM

    So, ya’ll gonna bad mouth this kid for saying some of the shit many of us who have lived in the inner city have seen for years? Really? Maybe all those uncle toms, coons, and house niggers as your animalistic ilk would say do have a point to an extent. To be honest, with all this bullshit going on with the black community, it makes me wonder if the African Americans as a whole would implode from all the stupidity that comes from it’s own people. Apart from the ones who actually do something for a living, and are law abiding, what is the point of protesting over a thug and not protesting over people killed by your own thugs? No one has answered that question. Latinos see this shit happen, an I’ll be damned if I have ever seen them riot over some dead chill or gangster, so why the black folk can’t answer that simple ass question? Martin Luther King is probably rolling in his grave right now with all that is going on…


    • btx3

      September 3, 2015 at 3:13 PM

      Badmouthed this kid because he is batshit crazy, and the way he is letting himself be used by the Faux News racists.

      Being the new Lawn Jockey has become a cottage business, making far more money than actually having to have a job…Or the work in getting an education.

      And the “inner city” is just one small part of the Black Community.

      Liked by 1 person

    • roderick2012

      September 3, 2015 at 4:27 PM

      airborne, was Tamir Rice a thug?

      Was Trayvon Martin a thug?

      Was James Crawford II a thug?

      Was Walter Scott a thug?

      Was Aki Gurley a thug?

      Airborne, what you don’t seem to understand is that regardless how law abiding you are as long as you have black skin you will be treated like a hostile enemy by the cops so pretend that the only bad interactions that happen are between cops and thugs if it helps you sleep better at night.

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