Honk if you got up yesterday morning thinking it would be the day a national TV network would proudly feature an essay that included a reference to the comfortable life of being a slave in Washington.
Bill O'Reilly, senior slave correspondent https://t.co/QROjd2zPR0
— Gideon Resnick (@GideonResnick) July 27, 2016
The journey from being shocked that Bill O'Reilly would slave-splain history to being not at all surprised is a remarkably short one.
— itsonlyzach (@itsonlyzach) July 27, 2016
According 2 Bill O'Reilly, this female slave was thinking about the delicious meal she was getting after her beating pic.twitter.com/HgTOUBC48c
— Tariq Nasheed (@tariqnasheed) July 27, 2016
Bill O'Reilly cannot believe history has already forgotten slave masters did nice things, like let slaves to go to the bathroom sometimes
— Roberto Ferdman (@robferdman) July 27, 2016
"the government . . . stopped hiring slave labor in 1802." – Bill O'Reilly.
— Saint Grobian (@Saint_Grobian) July 27, 2016
“The fact that slave owners were paid for their slaves’ labor while the slaves’ names were lost to history says everything about how the institution of slavery — and the price African Americans have had to pay — is remembered by far too many Americans today,” Vox says.