FNc's Tucker Carlson comments on the op-ed which ran in the New York Times this weekend titled: Can My Children Be Friends With White People?
TUCKER CARLSON: We want to tell you about an op-ed that ran in the New York Times this weekend that you might not have seen. The writer is a law professor in New York called Ekoh Yankah. He asked a simple question: Can my children be friends with white people?
He really asked it, and he wasn't optimistic.
He wrote: 'I will teach my boys the lesson generations old, I will teach them to be cautious. I will teach them suspicion. And I will teach them distrust. I will teach my boys to have profound doubts that friendship with white people is possible.
Those doubts mirrored the writer's own. As he put it: "History has provided little reason for people of color to trust white people."
That piece was one of the most popular on the New York Times web site, even today. It was hardly unusual, though. Go to any liberal website -- Salon, Slate, Vox, HuffPo, and you'll find similar pieces arguing that an entire racial group is untrustworthy and dangerous.
This is a big change for the left, for most of the 20th-century liberals, and it was noble, argued that it was immoral to judge people based on their skin color -- individuals should be judged solely by their choices they make, anything less is bigotry. Liberals don't say that anymore, what happened?
Carlson debates the author of the piece below: