"Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson made headlines this week for his anti-gay sentiments in a GQ interview. Now another statement from the interview -- this time about the black community during the pre-civil rights era -- is stirring more controversy.
GQ's Drew Magary sat down with the "Duck Dynasty" patriarch for a candid interview about his road to fame. The 67-year-old journeyed from substance abuse to devotion to God to small-screen celebrity, all in the backwoods of Louisiana. According to Robertson, growing up in those Louisiana backwoods in the pre-civil rights era was not bad for black people.
Has it occurred to you that PART of the problem is (and I know how vehemently the cabal denies it but the racist posts are there for all to see) people like the cabal who continue to discriminate against minorities?
Or that part of the conservative strategy is to turn logic on its head and claim the perpetrators of racism are actually victims? Or do what you have done, claim that programs designed to help people with subsistence benefits are enslaving them? As if they live high on the hog on $5 a day in food stamps and don't want to better their situation. Efforts towards doing so being consistently blocked by, sorry but it's the truth, racists like you.