Predictably, Rudy Giuliani seized on the Eric Garner case as yet another opportunity to malign African Americans. This time, Giuliani announced that the reason blacks are angry at the police instead of themselves is because “it’s too difficult for them” to take responsibility. Then he suggested that he has done way more for the black community than any civil rights figure.
You may recall that Giuliani caused great offense a few weeks ago when he told Professor Michael Eric Dyson, “White police officers wouldn’t be there (in black communities) if you weren’t killing each other.” He’s been getting friendly Fox platforms ever since.
In the second of a two-part interview on The O’Reilly Factor last night, Bill O’Reilly made Dyson the bad guy. He asked what Giuliani thinks “drives people” like Dyson.
Giuliani posited that it “gets them great attention.”
Then Giuliani took swipes at the rest of the black community:
The other problem, for the 96% that are being killed, it’s too difficult for them. Assuming responsibility is really hard. Most people don’t assume responsibility. They point the fingers somewhere else.
That’s bad enough. But then Giuliani painted himself as the Great White Savior, saving blacks from themselves while people like Dyson and Al Sharpton only watch them slaughter each other:
I turned New York City from the crime capital of America to the safest large city in America in four years and the major beneficiary of that is the black community. And what have they (Al Sharpton) done for the black community for 30 years, except watch a lot of people get killed and blame it on the cops?
…If you look at the facts and you look at how little was done for the black community in 30 years of 1,500, 1,600, 1,800, 2,000 murders, until I came into office and Bloomberg, who was really saving black lives? I mean, they’re yelling and screaming about police murders. You know, there are two or three a year. We were talking about 2,200 murders in one year.
It’s hard to see how Giuliani will top this insult to African Americans but I have a feeling he’ll find a way.
“Giuliani didn’t care when NYPD officers were killing unarmed black men when he was mayor…….”
Yes indeed. Mark my words: Adolph Giuliani was MUCH MORE INTERESTED in protecting GREEDY Wall Streeters and preserving his “kick a*s tough guy” image than in protecting working class New Yorkers. Just ask the families of Amadou Diallo and Patrick Dorismond.
He points the finger to his then wife citing “citing cruel and inhuman treatment” while taking his “lady friend” out to public events. Where was his responsibility to his wife and children? He calls himself a Catholic. Now that is hilarious.
Given his own past, this cafeteria Catholic clown is in no position to talk about “responsibility.”
We encourage the masses to post this in all of social media. Remind them of his “responsibilities” to his then wife and children.
These cafeteria Catholics at this useless network are not so innocent themselves, and they know who they are.
NOTE TO RUDI
Let’s hear your opinions on powerful men cheating on their wives.
With Palin or Bachman as VP candidate, of course.
At best, Bill Bratton, whom Giuliani fired because he didn’t like the attention he was getting from the media, had some minor impact on the crime rate on the margins. But Rudy? Nuh-uh.
Let’s not forget that before 9/11 his political career was in ashes then Fox News proclaimed him to be “Americas Mayor”.