Liberal Attack on white, Christian, male, power structure

First it was Christmas, now it’s the White, Christian, Males.

At least according to Bill O’Reilly.

In an interview with John McCain on Wednesday, O’Reilly was carrying on about the immigration bill and simply fell off into the deep abyss of insanity.

Click the image below to view a short clip of the interview.

Here is a transcript:

O’REILLY: Now on the left. The objection is there’s not enough illegal aliens in here. The New York Times wants open borders. They want all the 12 million legal people who will be legalized to bring in their extended families. Not just wives and children, but moms and dads, brothers and sisters.

This would lead to in my calculation 40 and 50 foreign nationals being absorbed into the United States in the next 12, 13 years. That would sink the Republican Party, I believe, because we’d have a one-party system. And change, pardon the pun, the whole complexion of America. Am I wrong?

MCCAIN: No, you’re right. The second thing that are on the left they’re against is the temporary worker, as you know. We say two years go back for a year, two years, go back for a year. They don’t want that. They don’t want them to have to go back.

O’REILLY: But the strategy is…

MCCAIN: People can come and work.

O’REILLY: Do you understand — and I’m not saying this in a condescending way, you’re smarter than I am.


O’REILLY: But do you understand…


O’REILLY: …what The New York Times wants and the far-left want? They want to breakdown the white Christian male power structure of which you are a part, and so am I. And they want to bring in millions of foreign nationals to basically breakdown the structure that we have. In that regard, Pat Buchanan is right. So I say that you’ve got to cap it with a number.

MCCAIN: In America today, we have a very strong economy, low unemployment. So we need additional farm workers, including by the way, agriculture. But there may come a time where we have an economic downturn and we don’t need so many.

O’REILLY: OK, but in this.

MCCAIN: So I think it has to vary.

O’REILLY: In this bill, you guys got to cap it.


O’REILLY: Because you’re estimated there’s 12 million. There may be 20.


O’REILLY: You don’t know. I don’t know. You got to cap it.

MCCAIN: We do. I agree with you. But I also would remind you, again, that they have to get behind everybody else who tried to apply legally. They have to pay the fines. They have to go back to the country of origin.

O’REILLY: I got all of that.

MCCAIN: They have to take a minimum of 13 years, as you know. So to call that amnesty, in my view, is a stretch.