Originally Posted by Direckshun
The African American community has a feeling of lesser treatment because (a.) they are often legitimately treated worse, and (b.) they are typically less educated, less healthy, less protected, and less successful compared to the rest of society. This stuff isn't far from the black community's collective minds, and they serve as deep wounds in the African American psyche.
Hannity won't tell you this, but Obama's speech in the OP was actually about African American self-empowerment in light of these foibles in the community. Tucker Carlson simply cut out the parts nearly all of us would agree with, isolated the few parts we see in the OP, and interspersed it with Hannity's fat face telling us what we're watching is incendiary! and race-baiting!.
Unlike the first partial release of that video (by I don't know who), this time the entire video is available on Tucker Carlson's website. To accuse Carlson of selectively editing the video to be deceptive is completely backwards. He's the guy responsible for the entire video being available. It's natural that they're going to narrow the focus to the points of interest on the Hannity show. The format dictates that they can't play the entire nearly-hour-long video just so you can't pull BS like this. But they made it clear where the entire video can be seen, thanks again to Tucker Carlson.
"Well, it is one thing for Bill Clinton to say, I feel your pain. It is another thing for Barack Obama to say I feel your pain that I have caused." - George Will