Fox's Laura Ingraham and her guests turn Roseanne Barr’s racist tweet about Valerie Jarrett into a story about the oppression of white people, specifically Christian conservatives and Donald Trump.
Channeling her best Trump, Sarah Huckabee Sanders went off on the media over Roseanne Barr, citing a litany of grievances stored up for just such a moment.
Black people bear an additional burden of racism that is not often talked about. Eddie Glaude, Jr. points out that "forgiving" Roseanne Barr is NOT the first step toward healing.
After the firing of Roseanne, Fox and Friends co-host whined that people say awful things about Trump without any consequences.
Trump's Court Jester Pete Hegseth claims the left says things much worse about Trump than Roseanne's racist comments to Valerie Jarrett. Whitewashing via whataboutism on the crotch couch.
Princeton professor Eddie Glaude responds to Stephanie Ruhle's question about whether or not people should accept Roseanne Barr's "apology" for her racist remarks about Valerie Jarrett.
“He is stirring up every worst toxin that’s been buried in the ground in this country and bringing it back up to the surface, and he’s doing it on purpose.”
What? You're surprised?
He put Roseanne Barr's racist remarks in a larger context.
Shep Smith continues to be one of the only voices of reason at Fox News.