Bill, I saw your attempt at advising Valerie Jarrett, Senior Advisor and Assistant to the President for Public Liaison and Intergovernmental Affairs. As a guest on your show, “The O’Reilly Factor/Talking Points,” you gave Ms. Jarrett unsolicited advice in a five point plan in response to the president’s “My Brother’s Keeper” initiative. It's your typical uninformed, out-of-touch banter. Ms. Jarrett, who also happens to be black, was clearly amused at your advice for solving the problems of young black people. I, too, found it amusing Bill; you have no knowledge or authority on what’s wrong and what needs to be done with black youth and their communities. Once again, you put your foot in your mouth by attacking two of the most positive role models in the rap culture, which only proves how uninformed you really are. Bill, both Jay-Z and Kanye West’s lyrics and life decisions are on point. For example, Jay-Z admitted in a song that he sold kilos of cocaine which caused him to realize that he could be a legitimate businessman. And as we know now, Jay-Z is at the top of the world as a great husband, with one child by marriage and closing business deals worth billions! Certainly, Bill if you knew what you were talking about, how could you forget Kanye West’s song “All of The Lights” in 2011? This was a song long before he was a father which addressed the frustrations of absent fatherhood. Sure, Kanye fathered a child out of wedlock, but tied the knot with the mother of his child and they are living a life under a traditional marriage bond. These two titans of the music industry who you call “Ganstas” are living well and give back to the black community in a positive way through their financial success and their positive lyrics in song. Bill, I could go on and on as to why you shouldn’t advise or speak on anything about the black community considering your background. You are a product of Levittown, New York!. Levittown is the place that discriminated against black people who served in the military. White GIs and their families were welcomed post WWII and beyond, but black GIs and their families were not welcomed there. Bill, You grew up in a bigoted lily white environment that disqualifies you from knowing much or advising on black issues. Out of all of your out-of-touch and uninformed opinions about black people, one in particular gets you this week’s Attack Dawg Bite Award. You claimed the best way for Michelle Obama to reach young women was for her to come on your program. That was funnier than “the hats turned backwards” comment!
The dog bite award for celebrities who say and do stupid obnoxious things.