Fox Contributor Tells Resistance To Get Over Trump, Go Seek Therapy
Fox News contributor Michelle Malkin told “the resistance” to stop calling conservatives white supremacists and seek therapy if they can’t accept the 2016 election results during a Wednesday “Fox and Friends” interview.
“I would put this back on the resistance. And I will tell them to stop smearing people that disagree with them on how to organize our society. What the best role of government is. Stop calling us white supremacists. Stop it. It’s ridiculous. It is ridiculous. Accept the results of the election and move on with your lives. And get some therapy maybe,” Malkin said.
Malkin’s segment focused on discussing the backlash from President Donald Trump’s comments on the NFL, and she criticized NFL owners for not having a clear message and for “race baiting” the American public.
“The owners and the brass who supported this are going to be in trouble because it’s become so confused. What are you protesting?” she asked. “The race baiting here is particularity toxic and poisoning and that’s what was so offensive to so many people. Whatever race, whatever color, whatever background.”
Malkin also called out former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick for having radical political role models and embracing bigotry against the police.
“It started with Colin Kaepernick. A guy who supports Che Guevara, Fidel Castro, and the worst kind of black militants who have a basic bigotry against our best law enforcement officers in America,” Malkin said. “Get up off your knee, get up off your butts and do something about it if you see wrongs in this country.”
The conservative author encouraged people who see injustice to actually take action, instead of simply taking a knee in protest.
“There are good faith people across this country of whatever race, working with each other to make a difference in this world rather than take a knee, and engage in the worst kind of empty gesture politics,” Malkin said.
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