This morning I was on Today when asked about Nick Kyrgios’ antics at Wimbledon.
During my answer, I said that if people like Nick don’t like it here, they should go back to where their fathers or their parents came from.
I added that we don’t need them here in this country if they act like that.
Well, haven’t people got upset over one little racist remark on national TV?
The truth is, I just said what other racists were already thinking. In fact, I’ve received a huge amount of support from other racists already.
In fact, I think my point has bipartisan support as a policy at a federal level.
It’s pretty unfair that if you go on national TV and say something racist that people then interpret that as racist.
How is telling someone to ‘go back to where you came from’ racist? It’s not like it’s a phrase so easily identified as racist that a TV show was made with that title.
It’s not my fault if people read things into it that are there.
Anyway, I’m just glad the interview finished before I worked in my ‘worse than ISIS angle’. Those left wing do-gooders would have been up in arms about that one.