Bill O’Reilly: Barack Obama Was Re-Elected Because “The White Establishment Is Now The Minority”
Waste of human space Bill O’Reilly joins a long list of people who refuse to graciously accept that the best man won the 2012 Presidential race fair and square.
The night of the election, shortly before President Barack Obama was projected the winner, the Fox News host said that if the President were to win, it would be because the demographics of the country have changed. And also, Hurricane Sandy.
“I feel like an oracle,” Bill O’Reilly said. “If he wins tonight, Hurricane Sandy is one of the reasons,” he said.
But back to those “changing demographics,” which O’Reilly believes greatly influenced Obama’s re-election.
“We’re changing demographically,” he said. “We’re changing our attitudes. We’re becoming more like Western Europe … and I’m not going to generalize about any ethnic group, it’s a mentality that pervades across society … some people are saying, ‘I don’t want to do it, but I want them to do it for me.'”
“Obama wins because it’s not a traditional America anymore. The white establishment is now the minority,” he said. “And the voters, many of them, feel that the economic system is stacked against them and they want stuff.
“You are going to see a tremendous Hispanic vote for President Obama. Overwhelming black vote for President Obama. And women will probably break President Obama’s way. People feel that they are entitled to things and which candidate, between the two, is going to give them things?”
“The demographics are changing,” he said. “It’s not a traditional America anymore.”