Juan Williams calmly rebuts Megyn Kelly's insistence that the New Black Panther Case reflects a policy of not pursuing cases with white victims and black defendants, even pointing out that the likely motivation for this entire scandal is payback for the politicized hiring and enforcement scandal at the DoJ under Bush.
I think what's most amusing here is that Kelly doesn't really have the chutzpah to take the same tone with Williams that she took with Kirsten Powers, even though Williams was far more devastating. It's almost like she gets that taking the aggrieved-victim-of-racism act with a black man who is old enough to have lived through the '60s and '70s would be transparently ridiculous.
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