O'Reilly: That's Ice Cube; I'm a Brother

The conservative pundit wants a black card for his ability to distinguish one rapper-actor from another.


Never mind that our president is African American. Being black is really all about being able to identify entertainers ... at least according to right-wing guru Bill O'Reilly, who can't even have a lighthearted moment with a guest without revealing his own unfunny views on race.

In today's "We're so unbelievably far from postracial" moment, he and Bernie Goldberg share a laugh as he brags that he's "a brother" and can't be challenged on racial issues because he -- unlike Goldberg -- knows the difference between Ice Cube and Ice-T.

Umm, either he's "a brother" or he has a basic awareness of popular culture. But he's so very proud of himself, we'll let him have his moment:

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