Is the Occupy Wall Street Movement Racist? Bill O’Reilly Thinks So

Bill O’Reilly and corporate-controlled media want to believe that the Occupy Wall Street Movement is as racist as the Tea Party. 

 

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One response to “Is the Occupy Wall Street Movement Racist? Bill O’Reilly Thinks So

  1. OWS is not racist. FoxNews, Rush and right wing media are just scared to death with OWS. I told them that American people are now smarter than in 2010 when TEA Party duped them to elect radical GOP governors, such as Scott Walker, now abusing American workers-stripping them of rights gained through labor unions. People said enough is enough with GOP and TEA Party. And I wrote to Walker that what he was seeing at the Capital would eventually spread national wide. And indeed it has. Walker attacked nurses, teachers and threatened private sector employees such as highway constructions, steam fitters, iron workers and even farmers. Now there is petition to recall Walker. There is a difference between TEA Party and OWS missions. TEA Party stands for “Taxed Enough Already”. In 20090-2010 President Obama cut taxes for low and middle income people. Still TEA Partiers howled at President Obama. I got confused as what TEA Partiers were actually after. I examined all facts and came to conclusion that TEA Party was a group of disgruntled people after seeing their Commander in Chief a Black man. OWS are demanding for jobs and stopping corruption at Wall Street and banks. OWS also want their jobs back here in US instead of being shipped to Japan, China India etc. That is not racism. As a whole O’rielly and right wing media are just scared that their ratings will fall after Obama is re-elected. Their contention that OWS is racist is just a pretext.

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