BREAKING NEWS – New York City, New York – While on the view former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice clashed with Sunny Hostin and moderator Whoopi Goldberg when the panel discussed whether critical race theory should be taught in schools (and how much input parents should have). Rice, who noted that she grew up in segregated Birmingham, Alabama, said that she worries about finding a middle ground between making white people feel guilty for “everything that happened in the past” and making Black people feel disempowered.
“I would like Black kids to be completely empowered to know they are beautiful in their Blackness. But in order to do that, I don’t need to make white kids feel bad for being white,” she continued. “This is a conversation that I think has gone in the wrong direction.”
Joy Behar weighed in. “In my opinion, white people should feel guilty about being white,” she angrily began. “And, I also believe that due to sexism, men should feel guilty about being men, and NBA players should feel guilty about being tall, knowing full well that dwarfs are never invited to tryouts, but instead these semi-athletic pipsqueaks are referred to the NPEL (North Pole Elves League)!”