If President Barack Obama were more like embattled comedian Bill Cosby — in terms of being hyper-critical of black culture — the influx of crime committed by black Americans wouldn't exist. At least that's what former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani thinks.
During a Thursday morning interview with talk radio host John Gambling on New York's AM 970, Guiliani managed to blame a everything from a high school brawl at a Brooklyn McDonald's to Wednesday night's Ferguson cop shootings on President Obama.
"I hate to mention it because of what happened afterwards," Guiliani said, "but [he should be saying] the kinds of stuff Bill Cosby used to say."
When he says "because of what happened afterwards," Guiliani is likely referring to the throng of sex abuse claims that have been made against Cosby in recent months.
When asked about his take on the recent cop shooting and McDonald's brawl, Guiliani replied, "It all starts at the top. It's the tone that's set by the President."
According to Guiliani, President Obama, who increased Byrne Grants given to police departments to create anti-drug and anti-gang task forces, refuses to acknowledge crime committed by black Americans for historical reasons.
Last month, Guiliani went so far as to say the unthinkable. During a Manhattan dinner party, Guiliani said, "I do not believe … that this President loves America."