(Tea Party PAC) – Actor and TV host Terry Crews is calling out Joe Biden for the former Vice President’s shameful comments that “you ain’t black” if you don’t vote for him, a white man, in 2020’s general election.
Crews also noted that he’s personally “experienced” black supremacy.
“Defeating white supremacy without white people could create black supremacy, and this is what I’m talking about. My thing is in the black race, in black America, we have people who have decided who is going to be black and who’s not. We have gatekeepers,” the “America’s Got Talent” host said on Thursday during an interview on CBS’ “The Talk.”
“And I, simply because I have a mixed-race wife [Rebecca King-Crews], have been discounted from the conversation a lot of the time by very, very militant movements, the Black power movement. I’ve been called all kinds of things, like an Uncle Tom, simply because I’m successful; simply because I’ve worked my way out of Flint, Michigan,” Crews continued.
He said that he has no regrets for using the term “black supremacy” on Twitter.
“I can’t really regret it because I really want the dialogue to come out,” he said. “Maybe there’s another term that might be better — ‘separatist’ or ‘elitist’ or something like that — but the thing is that I’ve experienced supremacy even growing up. I’ve had black people tell me that the white man is the devil.”
“I’ve experienced whole organizations that have viewed themselves, because of the suffering of black people, they have decided that now we’re not equal, we’re better and I think that’s a mistake. I’m trying to tell you,” he added.
He also exposed the true nature of black supremacy.
“This is a spiritual problem,” he said. “Supremacy can’t really happen but spiritually it can. In your head, you can look at yourself and you can develop a dangerous self-righteousness that could really hurt what we’re trying to do right now,” he said. “We have to include this white voice, this Hispanic voice, this Asian voice. We have to include it right now, because if we don’t, it’s going to slip into something we’re really not prepared for.”
Crews drove the point home that black Americans are perfectly capable of having varying political views.
“Black people have different views. It’s funny because when you’re white, you can be Republican, Libertarian, Democrat. You can be anything but if you’re black, you have to be one thing. Even Joe Biden said, ‘Hey man, if you don’t vote for me, you ain’t black,’” he said. “This blackness is always judged. It’s always put up against this thing, and I’m going, ‘Wait a minute: That right there, it’s a supremacist move.’ You have now put yourself above other black people.”
He remembered being told that black supremacy “couldn’t exist” after having warned about it recently on Twitter.
“In 1994, in Rwanda, there was a genocide and it was all black people and there was one sector that viewed themselves as over the other. A million people died,” he said. “I was told it can’t happen in America and I’m here to tell you that’s the first mistake. Any time anybody says, ‘Oh! That could never happen here.’ That’s exactly when it starts to happen.”