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Fox's Jesse Watters: "Just because people had slaves during the founding doesn't mean we were founded on slavery and white supremacy"


JUAN WILLIAMS (CO-HOST): Let me just say I don't think there's any debate that what he said is true --

GREG GUTFELD (CO-HOST): Oh, yes there is.

WILLIAMS: Yeah, because it's --

GUTFELD: Our country was not --

DANA PERINO (CO-HOST): Founded on --

GUTFELD: -- was founded on white supremacy, I would disagree.

WILLIAMS: Well, I wouldn't, because I would say the founders reserved the franchise, the voting franchise for landowning white males. I think that was it.

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JESSE WATTERS (CO-HOST): Any person that's going to run for president of this country never would say something like that.

WILLIAMS: Well, I think anybody who knows American history would say, "Okay, so, that's reality." The question is --

WATTERS: I don't think anybody agrees with that, Juan.

WILLIAMS: We -- wait, how can you disagree with the idea that America -- that the Founding Fathers said you got to be a landowning white male to vote --

WATTERS: Just because something happened at the time doesn't define the founding.

WILLIAMS: I -- what are you talking about?

WATTERS: Just because people had slaves during the founding doesn't mean we were founded on slavery and white supremacy.

WILLIAMS: I just think that's a fact of our American being, and we continue --

WATTERS: No, it's a fact. It's a flaw, but it doesn't define the founding.

WILLIAMS: Of course it defines the founding.

WATTERS: No, it does not.




Fox News Memes of Ignorance 

Bill O'Reilly

@BillOReilly

Slavery reparations is a far-left favorite because it does a number of things.

It reinforces the radical belief that the United States was founded by racist white men who installed a system whereby white guys would run everything and blacks, women and others would be exploited

Fox's Jesse Watters: "Just because people had slaves during the founding doesn't mean we were founded on slavery and white supremacy"






Fox News Memes of Ignorance 

Fox News Host Greg Gutfeld Laughs Off Exoneration of Central Park Five: Why Should Trump Apologize?


WILLIAMS: "I think that affirms the point you made in the monologue. But I will say this, that this is a time of interesting racial discussions in the country. You had that white supremacist group outside the Trump rally the other day, you had hearings in reparations, the President refuses to apologize for the Central Park Five — "

GUTFELD: "Why should he?"

WILLIAMS: "It was terrible. Those people were found not guilty. He wanted the death penalty, Greg."

GUTFELD: "Do you think they were innocent?"

WILLIAMS: "I don’t — look, let's not get into that —