The stupidity and disrespect of the NFL anthem protesters continues to get worse.
It reached a fever pitch last weekend when Marshawn Lynch stood for the Mexican national anthem, but kneeled for the “Star-Spangled Banner”.
And when challenged on this, it only took Tucker Carlson four words to destroy an NFL protester.
During an interview with sports agent Anthony Tall, Tall tried to claim that black people are treated worse in the United States than they are in Mexico and the rest of the world.
Tucker argued that Tall’s claim is not true, and that multi-millionaire Lynch is out of touch.
As reported by The Daily Caller:
“Fox News’ Tucker Carlson took on a guest Monday over Marshawn Lynch standing for the Mexican national anthem but kneeling for “The Star-Spangled Banner.”
In a conversation with sports agent Anthony Tall, Carlson argued that African Americans have a better life than black people in Mexico.
Carlson said, “Have you seen the people who run Mexico? Is there a country in the world with a firmer color bar than Mexico? I don’t think there is. Is there a country with a more grotesque history of slavery than Mexico? How do Afro-Mexicans do, do you have any idea? Does Marshawn Lunch have any idea? I mean let’s be real here, you’d rather be black in America than Mexico any day of the week.”
Tall answered, “Well, I think Marshawn Lynch and a lot of black people might differ with you, they might say it’s worse being in America than being in Mexico,” adding, “a lot of these athletes that travel around the world, they get treated a lot better, in their perspective, than they do here in America.””
Lynch and his mouthpiece, Anthony Tall, are so caught up in the anti-American rhetoric being pushed by the left, they actually believe blacks are treated better in Mexico, one of the most corrupt, crime-ridden countries in the world.
It’s unlikely Lynch would still hold that opinion if he was a non-millionaire living in Mexico.
And it’s probably safe to say he is treated way better in the United States than the average citizen who doesn’t have millions of dollars.
Tucker pressed Tall on that same point, asking him exactly how Lynch has been treated badly in the United States.
Predictably, Tall pointed towards the already debunked argument that the police and the rest of society systematically target black people for harassment and murder.
But Ben Shapiro perhaps made the best argument against this idea of systematic racism against blacks:
“Explain to me why black kids aren’t graduating high school. Explain to me why black kids are shooting each other at significantly higher rates than whites are shooting each other. Explain to me why 13 percent of the population is responsible for 50 percent of the murder. Explain to me why the number of black kids in prison is so high. Explain to me, if it has nothing to do with culture, why the single-motherhood rate in the black community jumped from 20 percent to 70 percent in the same course of time that the civil rights movement has made such tremendous strides.”