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Juan Williams Fired For Admitting He Is Afraid of Flying Muslims

Greetings, Rick Sanchez!NPR contributor and only-black-person-on-Fox-News Juan Williams was fired for saying racist things about Muslims during a friendly “teevee bull session” with Bill O’Reilly. Geezus, what did Juan say? He said that when he is on an airplane and sees a Muslim he gets nervous. (There’s nothing wrong with being a bit startled when you look up at the clouds and see Muslims flying around.) Anyway, Rick Sanchez proved to America that the liberal media is controlled by scheming Jews, but NPR is the exception: National Public Radio is run by flying Muslims. You’re fired Juan Williams, goodbye!

Let’s examine the full blockquote, and then maybe take it out of context:

“I mean, look, Bill, I’m not a bigot. You know the kind of books I’ve written about the civil rights movement in this country,” he said. “But when I get on a plane, I got to tell you, if I see people who are in Muslim garb and I think, you know, they’re identifying themselves first and foremost as Muslims, I get worried. I get nervous.”

“I mean, look, Bill, I’m not a bigot, but.” Oh dear. Does Juan Williams realize that white people get nervous when they see him and other non-white people, and not just when they are on an airplane? (White people sometimes encounter black people when they are driving their Segways to Whole Foods, or when they are shopping for condos. This makes them very nervous.)

So anyway, Juan Williams was fired for being afraid of Muslims, which is funny because half of America is afraid of Muslims and Juan Williams. This is ironic, in an Alanis Morissette kind of way. The End. [WaPo]

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212 comments

    1. Not_So_Much

      Where is Fox gonna find another black "liberal" to fill that demographic. Also, can he and Rick just start a new channel for even stupider people? One would think the target market is vast…

  1. the_onceler

    I thought there was a rule in the media against firing people who make stupid comments about Muslims?

    1. BaldarTFlagass

      If they fired every one on Fox that ever said something stupid about Muslims, they'd be off the air.

    2. chicken_thief

      I thought the rule was to PROMOTE people who made stupid comments about the moozlinz. Or the illegals. Or the joowz. Or the… well, you get the picture…

  2. KathrynSane

    Oy. When will people learn that if you have to preface a statement by saying "I'm not a bigot, but…" it is probably something that makes you a complete and total bigot?

    1. BarryOPotter

      Exactly. When I read "I'm not a bigot, but…" I immediately readied myself to read some bigotry. And read it I did. And what kind of name is 'Juan?' I dunno, but 'taint 'Murikan, I ken-tel-ya-dat-much-rite-now.

  3. CablinasianDem

    Even when Juan Williams is fired for making inflammatory comments, they're dull, cliche, and uninspired.

    1. CapnFatback

      This is precisely why his tolerance for those air travelers who first and foremost identify themselves as snake handlers is so puzzling.

  4. deelzebub

    I mean, look, Bill, I’m not a bigot.

    That's like me saying I'm not racist because I love the people and cultures of Africa, Europe, and The Americas. Those shifty fucking Asians, on the other hand, I don't trust those bastards as far as I can throw them.

  5. BaldarTFlagass

    "So anyway, Juan Williams was fired for being afraid of Muslims, which is funny because half of America is afraid of Muslims and Juan Williams."

    And like Juan Williams, half of America is now only partially employed.

  6. forgracie

    Anytime you start your opinion with "Look, I'm not a bigot…" hold on for the good stuff to follow!

  7. DoktorZoom

    Damn, this probably means that anti-muslin teabaggers are going to withhold their NPR pledges, resulting in a loss of…

    Ohhhhhhhhhhhh, yeah. Never mind.

    1. V572625694

      They're all right — everybody's been living off Joan Kroc's money since she croaked. Raises for all!

  8. thefrontpage

    I get nervous when I see Juan O'Reilly Williams on a plane.

    I get nervous when I see Juan Williams on Fox News.

    I get nervous when I see Juan Williams anywhere.

    Yet another bozo psycho poseur who needs to retire, effective immediately.

  9. mumbly_joe

    I do kinda love the composition there: Preface your statement by saying that you are not a bigot, and then proceed to literally describe the definition of bigotry.

    "Look, I am not a bigot, but they have strange customs and clothing and languages, and it makes me nervous/worried/terrified of them."

    1. V572625694

      I know Juan Williams, and if there's one thing that's true about him, it's that he's not a racist. Hate's them muslins, though.

  10. chickensmack

    Juan was flying a golden parachute… Fox will now give him a full-time gig a) because he admitted he's skeered of Muslins, and b) because he got fired from NPR.

    He's be Robo-Right in six months.

      1. Ruhe

        No, I think Chichensmack is right. Fox has found themselves the genuine "white supremacist negro" and they will sign him to a lucrative contract immediately.

          1. chickensmack

            "Roger? Juan. Listen, I enjoy being your friend, and I like appearing on Fox & Friends; everyone here is so friendly, and I'd like to think that this professional discourtesy that NPR just demonstrated will only help to galvanize how much solidarity our friendship really has."

            "Sure thing, Juan."

            "Thank you. I do have one other question, though… um, can I get a raise?"

            "Um, I think that's going to strain our friendship, Juan…"

        1. deelzebub

          Token: "Cartman, I can't play bass."
          Cartman: "Token, you're black. YOU KNOW HOW TO PLAY BASS!"
          *Token plays bass for first time, and plays amazing slap funk line*
          Token: "Ah dammit"

  11. thefrontpage

    Example No. 5,000 of why print people should not be on radio or television. And why people who are on radio and television should keep their stupid opinions to themselves—and focus on reporting news in an objective manner. Television and radio news generally sucks, about 99.9 percent of the time, and this is yet another reason why. And NPR? Who the hell is running that sinking operation? It seems everyone at NPR and at Fox have simply lost their minds. What a bunch of idiots!

    1. the_onceler

      NPR is a sinking operation? I'm pretty sure that they get more listeners than CNN, MSNBC and Fox combined.

        1. Spanky2a

          "NPR is one of the only news organizations that has seen revenue and audience increase over the past five years."

          Since NPR is doing so well competing in the free market with non-subsidized media companies, we should obviously increase their subsidies!

    2. V572625694

      You can blame John McLaughlin for legitimizing the meme that reporters' opinions are worthy of air time. Plus he's an asshole, sexual harrasser, ex-Jesuit, and wearer of striped shirts with plain collars.

      I rest my case.

    3. LeAlbatross

      They aren't sinking. But NPR does bend over backwards to be nice to the GOP. Matter of fact, they often get called "National Polite Republican". And if'n you're looking for stupid? Look no further than Alix Spiegal or especially Barbara Bradley Hagerty. Now her? She's a whole bag of mixed nuts.

      1. JMPEsq

        But at least they just try to be nice to the GOP, unlike the rest of the media which just regurgitates GOP talking points, or presents "balanced" stories like, "well, the Democrats are saying the Earth is round while the Republicans claim it's flat; we'll treat both arguments as equally valid."

  12. Texan_Bulldog

    Oh good, NPR got rid of their token idiot. (Except that Mara Liasson is dumb enough to fill his space now.)

    1. the_onceler

      Mara Liasson isn't horrible on NPR. I get a little annoyed with the political junky– Ken Rudin. But, yeah, Cokie Roberts…

    2. HELisforHEL

      I recall Mara being in lockstep with the Bush Administration's BS re: WMDs in Iraq. Don't recall who she was interviewing but she dressed down the person who was stating that there was no proof of WMD existence. From then on I began to notice a quite obvious slant in her reporting and that (along with vile Cokie Roberts & Juan-Boy) brought an end to my donations.

  13. Ruhe

    "I see people who are in Muslim garb and I think, you know, they’re identifying themselves first and foremost as Muslims, I get worried"

    Meaning…? He thinks that by wearing "muslim garb" they are failing to fully identify themselves as Americans? And by that logic Priests, Nuns, Orthodox Jews, Mennonites and all those chicks I see around here in the creepy identical denim ankle-length skirts are all stating through their clothing that they are Americans "second"?
    No doubt some brilliant Republican (I'm looking at you the Gover!) will defend Williams by suggesting that it would be perfectly reasonable for the TSA to adopt a policy that all Muslims must board planes in the nude to avoid making any of the (real) American passengers nervous.

    1. CapnFatback

      I fully support your naked Muslin flier program and recommend that, as an extra precaution, bathroom stops before boarding be mandated.

      Sincerely,

      Larry Craig

  14. mereoblivion

    I do believe Mr Wms was "head writer" (or something) for "Eyes on the Prize," another PBS bedtime story for virtuous white folk. Those who knew him in his sexual-harassment daze prefer to call it "Eyes on the Thighs."

  15. Monsieur_Grumpe

    I liked him when he was on Talk of the Nation. When he started appearing with the likes of Bill O I wrote him off.

  16. Terry

    "Oh dear. Does Juan Williams realize that white people get nervous when they see him and other non-white people, and not just when they are on an airplane? "

    Someone needs to recite Dr. King's "I Have a Dream" speech to him and ask him to explain how all that doesn't apply to Muslims.

    1. Ruhe

      Damn. Rather than just fire the dumbass that is what NPR should have done. Let Robert Siegel grill him for 20 minutes and be sure to ask him your question.

    2. Naked_Bunny

      I'm not racist. I just have to wonder why someone named Juan isn't out picking crops or mowing my lawn.

  17. weejee

    I Juan to make a snarky post, but Juan just pisses me off. Would every Wonketariat womenz who sees Juan on the street, pleeze clutch yer purse to your chest, put on your very best pretend terror face, and scream. Thank you.

  18. JMPEsq

    I mean, look, Riley, I'm not a bigot. But when I go into a federal building, I got to tell you, if I see people who are in redneck garb and I think, you know, they’re identifying themselves first and foremost as rednecks, I get worried. I get nervous.

  19. donner_froh

    When anyone says to "You know I'm not a bigot" to Bill O'Reilly who loves to get naked and roll around in bigotry and rub himself raw with his special Loofa of Intolerance then whatever follows can't be a good career move.

    How could anyone feel the need to justify themselves to that sack of shit O'Reilly?

    1. Doglessliberal

      He went on the program in the first place. That already gives him negative a million credibilty points.

  20. StillGoinGreen

    I wonder how ol' Juan would feel if I told him that 1/2 of Idaho get the ass sweats when they encounter a "negro" whilst shopping at a convenience store. All told and save for one day in '01, I think teh black store robber has killed more Americans than towel head airplane riders. Oh, I guess I should have prefaced this by saying, "Look Juan, I'm not a bigot, but…"

      1. horsedreamer_1

        I'm thinking more like the recurring sketch from '95 or so — Wong & Owens: Ex-Porn-Stars.

  21. Doglessliberal

    I saw that headline and I had an image of Muslins, flying around via flapping turbans alongside Sally Field in her nun costume. The new, updated Flying Nun.

    Maybe I need to cut back on the caffeine.

  22. RedNM

    I used to like Juan Williams, but that was back in the days when Bob Edwards was hosting Morning Edition. Ever since he moved to Fox, and even before, he has set off on a long downward spiral which now puts him at the bottom of a very deep barrel. Nothing funny here. Juan Williams really stinks.

  23. JustPixelz

    Stop being so PC and give him a break! I admit I get nervous when I see young white guys driving trucks near Federal Buildings — could be the next Timothy McVeigh. Also nervous when I see people with their right-to-carry unconcealed weapons — could be the next Virginia Tech crazy. Also nervous when meeting new people — could be laughing at me.

  24. Sue4466

    There has never, in the history of speaking, been anything good that follows an opening of "I'm not a bigot, but . . ." On the contrary, it is always a sign that some dumbass pure racist bullshit is about to spew forth.

    1. JMPEsq

      I also start getting worried that my flight will get interrupted by one of those paranoid bigots screaming that there's a terrorist on the plane when they see the brown skin.

    2. chicken_thief

      I REALLY feel sorry for those – dot-head Indians, for example, that kinda sorta look like they might, just maybe, could be muzlin. Of course, to the average 'Merikun Hindu = Buddhist = Muzlin. They're all from "over there".

    3. HELisforHEL

      Sounds like the idiots who panicked every time a Sikh fellow I knew boarded our train every day. OMG TERRIST ATTACK!!1!1!!!!11!!!!

      <siiiigh>

  25. prommie

    O'Reilly, apparently, is not just a bigot himself, he is also able to inspire bigotry in others, his mere presence causes slurs to start slipping from the lips of those around him, as if they have suddenly been struck with racist tourrettes.

    1. jus_wonderin

      Now that's a good idea. Or a two sided plane held together by magnetic forces where the terror darkies are on one side and real 'merikans are on the other.

  26. elpinche

    shorter Juanito: Enough is enough! I have had it with these motherfucking muslins on this motherfucking plane!

  27. loquacioustunes

    When reached for comment, Williams responded, "From my standpoint, as a black American, it is a high-tech lynching for uppity blacks who in any way deign to think for themselves, to do for themselves, to have different ideas, and it is a message that unless you kowtow to an old order, this is what will happen to you."

  28. weejee

    OT, but still about airplanes, Barry is in C'Addle today to stump for Pork Chop Patty Murray. We'll see if another Mr. Potatoehead float-plane pilot violates the 'no fly' zone like one did last time Obamar was in town and see if the F16s can break their previous mark of 6.5 minutes for the 150 miles from Portland to Seattle. And yes, they did rattle the china the whole way up during the last adventure.

  29. mavenmaven

    You'd think by now it would be clear that none of the attacks were carried out by individuals in "muslim garb", so if anything, if one sees someone in a foreign outfit, they are probably not the individuals to be concerned about. On the other hand, that mustache…

    1. jus_wonderin

      My best friend is Italian. He gets "those" looks when he flys. And he works for the freakin' airline.

  30. CapeClod

    Since none of the 9/11 hijackers actually wore "Muslim garb", he should probably have said "when I see normally dressed people who are nonetheless Muslimy looking, I get nervous."

  31. fuhrius

    I hate Juan Williams. What kind of needy suck-up takes a job providing color-cover for the angry catholomormon rock stars of hate?

    but I hate NPR more. It's not as bad as WBUR here in the Bean (i know it's apples and oranges numb-nuts…calm down.) But when middle of the road types talk about the facism of the left- they're talking about NPR and Terri Gross's frozen vagina of grossness.

      1. fuhrius

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      2. fuhrius

        Touche' mon ami. People think I don't have a sense of humor but they are DEAD WRONG!http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2515/4109581969_7c70f9c20a.jpgYou like NPR these days? Broder sings NicoI've been out walking. I don't do too much radio-talking these days. These days, These days I seem to think a lot About the Todd Palin and the Jews…greftaffe' no?From: notifications@intensedebatemail.comTo: marknichols_808@hotmail.comSubject: aguacatero replied to your comment on Juan Williams Fired For Admitting He Is Afraid of Flying Muslims

    1. binarian

      Really??? Damn, I like WBUR……they're not that bad……'cept I can't pull the signal in on the Franklin Line…..have to slum it on WGBH.

    2. DustBowlBlues

      Bull shit. I can't imagine living in this part of the country without NPR. So some asshole refers to the fascism of the left and someone else (like you) has it in for Terry Gross. Neither has any relevance to those of us who live in a fact-based reality.

    3. spooked911

      Terri is fine for what she does, but I also hate National Propaganda Radio. Not for being leftist but for just being so fucking mundane and reasonable while generally toeing a center-right line. Much like the WashPost, it's maddening that they are considered "liberal" by the right-wing.

      1. walterhwhite

        I think NPR is really good, but I wish they were MORE liberal. I hate it when they interview teabaggers and act like those idiots are actually making sense.

        1. marinmaven

          The problem with being centrist in America is that the center has been drastically shifted to the right where Reagan is now considered a bleeding heart liberal and Nixon a commie. Again, NPR twists itself into pretzel shapes giving a balanced view even though one side — the right — just makes things up. They are so afraid of the bias charge they go overboard.
          Still they are the most reality based news source that actually focuses on real news more than others. Sadly this isn't saying much…
          /cry
          Why can't I live in France where people riot?

          1. HELisforHEL

            Well said. I don't know why NPR keeps up this "balancing" act-hell, the right hates them, demonizes them and discounts them. So why kowtow to them in every story?
            There's a difference between trying to appear balanced and portraying the facts–like the obvious fact that the TeaBaggers are mostly loudmouth idiots and that Newt Gingrich is a disgusting pile of dogsh*t who does not deserve any type of bully pulpit. And yet, there's NPR, giving the TeaBaggers some semblance of credibility and allowing Gingrich the opportunity to bloviate.

  32. HistoriCat

    Does this"it's OK to be afraid of people in funny-looking clothes" thing apply to traditional African garments? Although it's not exactly fear that I feel when I see someone parading around looking like they meant to take the plane to Botswana but ended up in Baltimore.

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  34. Monsieur_Grumpe

    I fear the extremely obese on planes. Nothing scarier than having an open seat next to you with a pre- Subway Jared lumbering down the aisle in your direction looking for his number.

    1. mavenmaven

      Been there, hate spending the entire flight with said individuals elbow in my kidneys, and then they keep giving you that angry tea party look the whole time.

    2. Limeylizzie

      Once, flying from LA to NYC, I had to sit in the dreaded middle seat next to a woman who was so obese that she couldn't put the armrest down and her thighs lapped over mine for the whole trip.

      1. GunTotingProgressive

        I have had similar experiences and upped my "asshole" cred by refusing to let her raise the armrest. Sorry, but why should I be crushed against the wall of the plane because of someone else? I did feel a little bad about it, but I'm really not big on being touched by someone I just met due to the circumstance of an airline seating algorithm.

    3. JMPEsq

      Not quite true; having someone carrying a screaching toddler can be just as scary; and like the fat people they usually only buy one seat when they really need two.

    4. GOPCrusher

      Had one of those my last trip. Felt like asking Mr. Creosote to reimburse me for half my ticket, since he sat in half my seat for the four hour flight.

    1. Spanky2a

      When one says, "I get nauseous," that means the speaker makes others feel nausea.

      Did you mean to say, "I get nauseated?"

    2. walterhwhite

      Oh please. There are so many other commentators who cause actual nausea, starting with everyone on Fox Noise and right wing talk radio.

  35. kilgoretrout2

    This is nothing but a secret ploy to destroy the tea party movement by causing thousands of heads to explode while considering the following paradox:

    Who's side do you take when an uppity, NPR talkin' immigrant (named Juan for God's sake) gets fired for pointing out the fact that all Muslins are known terrorists?

    Crafty, NPR. Very, very crafty.

  36. V572625694

    You want nervous? A month or so ago I was at a 7-11-like store in Sierra Vista AZ where a guy walked in wearing an automatic in a holster, bought some cokes'n'smokes, and left. Open carry: that's scary!

    As Jon Stewart says, if the states are the laboratories of democracy, Arizona is the meth lab of democracy.

    1. GunTotingProgressive

      It's Arizona. Assume we are all armed. It's the open carry guys who will get capped by the Bloods first.

    1. metamarcisf

      More like if you are getting married, and on the big day it starts to rain, which while not technically ironic, is the point.

  37. PublicLuxury

    You know what's worse than seeing scary Muzzzlums on the airplane? Having to sit by a FAT scary MUZZZZZLUM on a airplane. Those fucking tearrrists lop over onto my seat and their tearrrrist underpants are on fucking fire. JEEEBUS the stink. Those underpants on fire, I mean Christ did they ever wash them???? I make a fuss when that happens to me. I'm not a bigot tho. I'm just a scared white, little, lady with fresh, clean, white underpants.

  38. rocktonsam

    Fokkks firing Juana Williams seems hypocritical.

    Fokkks News is ground zero for being afraid of everything!

  39. Triscuits

    When I walk down the street and see people who identify themselves first and foremost as nuns, I get very nervous. I'm not a bigot, but I went to Catholic school.

    1. savethispatient

      Daily Mail articles are not known for their factual accuracy. It seems this is more likely a zoning issue to do with commercial activities in a residential area. The "we can't eat bacon 'cos of Muslims" angle is pure Daily Mail.

      1. JMPEsq

        The Daily Mail is what you get when you combine Fox News, with even more overt racism, with the National Enquirer; so it's no wonder that Brietbart-sent trolls like this guy like it.

  40. Rosie_Scenario

    Plus, why is his name "Juan?" That makes me nervous and confused. Should I be afraid because he is black or because he is Messican?

  41. Extemporanus

    Another Juan bites the dust…

    (Hey, I got a busted elbow and the Vikes ain't kicked-in yet — fuckin' fire me.)

    1. Lascauxcaveman

      And I was just going to say how chilly it would be, flying naked. But yeah, I rather not be in the seat next to you, even if your were fully clothed.

      Can't you just stay home, you gross, disgusting monster?

    1. GOPCrusher

      Those are the people that I like to remind that there was a reason that Air America got shut down.

  42. MistaEko

    Misleading headline, Riley! Fired from only one of them!

    Should be NPR gets its panties in a bunch while Fox is scrambling to keep him booked through 2012.

  43. DashboardBuddha

    Did Juan forget he was black and that tons of people are afraid of him for just that reason? I have friends who lived in a little shithole named Livermore Falls, Maine. He is black and she is from China. People would give them a wide berth on the street…as if he was going to whip out his enormous black dick and she was going to get all kung fu on their white asses.

    Spare us the drama, Juan.

  44. LionelHutzEsq

    I"m not a bigot, but when I judge people, I do so only based upon their outward appearance and my irrational fears fed by watching FOX News.

    I'm not a bigot, but when I see Latinos, all I can think is how drunk and lazy these illegal immigrants are.

    I'm not a bigot, but whenever I see a black man, I cross the street and hide the white women.

    I'm not a bigot, but we can't let gays in the military because wearing pink will let the enemy spot our troops.

    I'm not a bigot, but whenever I hear a southern accent, I have to put my hand over my mouth because once they see that it is pretty…,

    I'm not a bigot, but whenever I see someone go to church, I think, great, another witch burning. How does Christine O'Donnell survive this?

    I'm not a bigot, but whenever I see someone who is Italian-American on a plane, I think, great, another mob hit.

    I'm not a bigot, but whenever I see a Jew, I get nervous thinking how soon before they take all my money for their banks.

  45. elviouslyqueer

    Juan does not like them on a plane,
    Juan rather hates them, he maintains.
    Juan does not like them in the air,
    Juan does not like them anywhere.
    Juan does not like them day or night,
    The sight of them gives Juan a fright.
    Juan does not like the Muslim horde,
    Thus, by Fox News, Juan is adored.

  46. ttommyunger

    Poor Juan, this pusillanimous little pussyfart will now go full time with Faux as a fluffer for the big boys leaving Mara Liasson to give hand jobs under the table all by her lonesome on the Fox Sunday Gas Bag Extravaganza with Junior. Glad he's gone, PBS is weak enough without him adding to it.

  47. glamourdammerung

    I am going to make a guess here that Williams pretended Breitbart has some credibility hence the clowns being told to come and troll here.

    Am I correct?

    1. JMPEsq

      Remember that Breitbart's big thing is fighting efforts to fight racism, usually by denying something very racist is racist, and claiming that black people and liberals are the real racists, because we won't let him use the n-word. So it's not surprising that he might send his minions to troll here while we're mocking racism.

    2. snoopyfan2010

      Yes you are right. Today's posts are less snarky and thus not as much fun. Bring the fun back Wonketteers! I demand it!

  48. jakegittes

    Now if we were inventive as a society, we would have a court ruling interpreting a law requiring Muslims to fly on their own separate airplane as being upheld on the basis that "separate but equal does not violate the equal protection clause." The case could be known as Williams vs. Hashemi. Then, this would open up huge new business opportunities for entrepreneurs to set up all Muslim airlines. Air Muslim. Terrorist Airlines. And the like. Flight Attendants would be female only and would dress in full burqas. Think about it. Not a bad idea.

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