On Monday, the always delightful Juan Williams, who lost his job at NPR after telling Bill O’Reilly he gets “nervous” when he’s on airplanes with Muslims, vomited out some words in the Wall Street Journal about the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington. Or more specifically, about the dangers of The Rap Music.
“Back in my day, it was more like Nice, Nice Baby.” Anyway, the Wall Street Journal is owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. and during a special episode of America Live on the March on Washington, Blonde Bot #4 reported, “50 Years After March On Washington, Some See Rap Music As A Problem.” That “some”? Juan Williams, who Complex notes, oh yeah, works for Fox News, too. I’d respect Fox News’ ESPN-like brilliance, if they weren’t so ^*((**()*(&&^^^&^&%.