chadwick moore race
chadwick moore race

This Gross Gay Conservative Says Black Women Should Walk a Mile in the Shoes of White Women

During his latest appearance on Tucker Carlson’s Fox News show, Chadwick Moore — a former editor at The Advocate and current Trump-supporting Milo Yiannopoulos pal — spoke to the conservative TV host about gay and black people being obsessed with their own victimhood. Now the Chadwick Moore race comment is making the rounds on social media, with many people clapping back against such ridiculous statements.

In order to illustrate his point that black and gay people obsess over racism and homophobia, Moore told Carlson that black women should walk in the shoes of white women before they pass judgement on society. 

Take a look at what he said:

When you see these people obsesses over victimhood so much, it’s so fascinating because if you want to see racism everywhere, if you’re brainwashed to see racism everywhere, or homophobia everywhere or whatever, then you will. That is the world you will live in.

I was having a conversation with a woman not too long ago about this — a young, upper-middle-class black woman — and she was talking about how badly she gets treated on the street here in New York, and I said to her, “What if you lived for one day as a white woman and you were treated the exact same way and people were just as rude to you? What then?”

 

Watch the video below for the Chadwick Moore race comment:

Twitter responded.

“@Chadwick_Moore said this idiocy with a smile,” CNN commentator and former South Carolina state legislator Bakari Sellers tweeted.

Another joked, “Go shower. Quickly. Next time you stop for a moment at Fox News, put on a hazmat suit first. I hope you weren’t planning to have children.”

This isn’t the first time Chadwick Moore has been on Tucker Carlson’s show to spout stupid shit. Last year, he blatantly lied about Trump visiting Orlando about the Pulse nightclub shooting and also said gays only care about “pop music and going to the beach.”

In that TV appearance, Moore said:

Most gay people aren’t political. Most gay people, you know, they care about pop music and going to the beach. They probably don’t know what the Second Amendment is. And so they show up to be together, to celebrate the community, to mourn together and instead they are fed this anti-gun nonsense.