It was very much our pleasure to welcome Anthony Cumia as our featured guest last night. Mr. Cumia, star of the massively popular Opie & Anthony Show, was famously dismissed by Sirius / XM Satellite Radio last month for not having enjoyed the multicultural experience of allegedly being attacked by a black woman in New York City. The incident spawned national news coverage.
Here’s an hour by hour breakdown of the August 2 broadcast:
Radio Show Hour 3
Guest: Anthony Cumia–The radio legend discusses with us the next phase of his career and his plan to talk openly and honestly about racial issues. This is what a REAL conversation about race sounds like, Mr. Holder.
[Editor's Note: What follow are several things Mr. Cumia said on the program.]
“A lot of liberals talk about, ‘let’s have an open, honest dialogue on race.’ That’s what’s gonna be able to solve these problems we have in the communities and what not. But they do not want that. They do not want open and honest dialogue. They want you to agree with them. They want the continued victimization and excuses that go out. The second you literally bring up the real problems that are happening in this country as far as certain communities go, you’re chastised, you’re given the scarlet letter which is now R–‘racist.’ And there’s no way to discuss this as a white, especially male American without being called a racist.”
“White males are just the abomination of the United States right now. They’re looked at as jokes, as horrible people that are so against diversity and everything, and when you look back at the history of this country, the achievements that white males have made in this country are astounding. And regardless of what diversity might bring to this country, you can’t discount what white men have done for this country.
“When you watch any of the footage of any of the Apollo programs over the years and you look at the control room of mission control, what do you see? Do you see diversity there? Honestly! Let’s be honest. You’re seeing white males smoking cigarettes, drinking coffee at the console and putting people on the moon. How is this a horrible thing? How is this something to look at and say, ‘We need to change this by injecting people that do not pay attention to the laws of this country, do not assimilate to the culture, do not work and contribute to this nation?’ Why is this a good thing to then add these people into the formula to make this a great country? Diversity for the sense of just diversity is not a good thing.”]