Prominent anti-white race-baiter Bomani Jones weighed in on a debate last week after former NBA players Kendrick Perkins and JJ Redick got into a heated argument over the claim there is racial bias in NBA MVP voting after Nikola Jokic won in back-to-back seasons.
“If you try to make the argument that something doesn’t involve race, might not be the best look to talk over a Black man on live television, tell him his argument was flat-out wrong and cut him off over and over again,” Jones said. “Let’s be fair, man. White people aren’t always racially biased. But you can never be 100% sure.
“You’re acting like Perk’s crazy for bringing it up. That’s what’s crazy. This is America, Jack. And I get that Perk and JJ are just talking about the NBA MVP. But chastising us for saying something might be racist in the land where racism was perfected, that’s how you get pats on the back from folks I know JJ Redick does not want on his side.”