Fox host Andrea Tantaros thinks “the last acceptable form of discrimination in this country” is against Christians and white men.
Yesterday’s Outnumbered, discussed a professor under fire for allegedly anti-white tweets.
African American cohost Harris Faulkner played the role of designated black attacker as she reported the story about Saida Grundy, an incoming assistant professor of sociology and African-American studies at Boston University, whose twitter feed includes, "White masculinity isn't a problem for america's colleges, white masculinity is THE problem for america’s colleges," and "Every MLK week I commit myself to not spending a dime in white owned businesses. and every year i find it nearly impossible."
Faulkner indignantly “asked” cohost Andrea Tantaros, “If this were in the reverse, and she were an incoming white professor saying this about black men, she would be eviscerated, no?”
TANTAROS: …The last acceptable form of discrimination in this country now is two groups: one Christians, and two, white men. And that’s why she can get away with this. Why? Where are the organizations in defense of white men? Where are the marches? Where are the editorials penned?...
Faulkner approved: “She said a mouthful there, Andrea, and I knew that she would!”
The show’s #OneLuckyGuy Scott Brown joked that Tantaros was “tame, actually.”
Watch it below, from the May 11 Outnumbered, via Media Matters.