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May 15, 2019 -- East Asians are not frail wusses who wilt under the slightest tinge of offense. Someone please inform Terry Bradshaw. 

Bradshaw apologized after making a "racially insensitive" remark. The former professional quarterback referred to Ken Jeong as a "little short guy from Japan". In reality, Jeong is a little short guy from Detroit. He is Korean; not Japanese.

Bradshaw should apologize for apologizing. His apology left the impression that East Asians are fragile. They are not. In the aggregate East Asians are industrious, intelligent and have an aptitude for excelling in sciences. 

The far left should also apologize to East Asians. Cultural Marxism strives to cast East Asians as victims who are subordinate to white people. They are coached to feign trauma and drama whenever asked such mundane questions as, "What kind of Asian are you?"

Notice that no one apologizes for offending white people. Whites are routinely saddled with the fake white-privilege albatross and except the overt racist affront without a whimper. We don't need apologies, Affirmative Action, or special privileges.  

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Terry Bradshaw is apologizing for a racially insensitive comment he made about Ken Jeong.

Bradshaw, 70, was discussing his appearance on The Masked Singer at Fox’s upfront presentation on Monday when he said he was eliminated by “the little short guy from Japan,” referencing Jeong, 49, who hosted the Fox hit alongside Nicole Scherzinger, Jenny McCarthy, and Robin Thicke.

Jeong was born in Detroit. His parents immigrated to America from South Korea.

Following his comment, the Fox NFL Sunday co-host issued a statement to PEOPLE apologizing for his words.

“I made an insensitive remark today about Ken, who I’ve known for some time,” he said in the statement. “I’ve spoken to him about the importance of cultural respect and apologized for my offensive comments. I would like to also apologize to the Asian American community for my insensitivity.”



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