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July 19, 2020

Radio Talk Show Host Mo'Kelly Called a "Negro" On Air by Trump's Boy Roger Stone

The national and international media are all over this story with headlines such as 'Roger Stone uses racial slur at Black talk show host. That host is Mo'Kelly (Morris O'Kelly) of KFI 640 AM in Los Angeles.


Here's the exchange.

Now here's the tricky part. Roger Stone used the word Negro in a derogatory manner for sure. He used it in way that signifies his disgust towards Kelly during the interview. We're pretty sure if Stone wasn't on the air, he would've used the N-word.

Is the term a slur? YES! In the way Stone used it for. But the term "Negro" is still used quite frequently. There is the UNCF- The United Negro College Fund, (A mind is a terrible thing to waste). Also is wasn't too long ago that the 100th Anniversary of the Negro Leagues were celebrated. If you ever go back and listened to speeches made by Dr. King, Malcolm X, and John Lewis from the 1960's, it was the word Black people used to describe themselves. It was far better than using 'colored' people which is still a part of the NAACP. But all in all 'Negro' is an antiquated and outdated word.

It's a painful reminder the reason why these organizations exist and this country's past.


One question remains-- Will Roger Stone apologize or remain in denial?


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