Watch this Florida sheriff painfully explain "black culture"



Escambia County Sheriff Thelbert "David" Morgan posted this video last week in an effort to discuss his feelings on "Black Culture" and, presumably, to see how far he can jam is loafers into his mouth.

The 30-year law veteran kicked things off by condemning the term "African American," stating, "First off, let me take issue with the title of ‘African American.' We’re Americans. I am fourth generation Welsh. I, or my family do not pretend, nor do we say we are Welsh American, we are Americans. I was not born in Wales and the blacks that currently reside in the United States of America are not from Africa. Those sorts of terms that society has come to use are divisive in nature."

He also went on to point out the black community has embraced "thug culture," and that racism in the U.S. isn't as bad as it seems because we have black politicians. "The statistics are, if we're such a racist nation, why do we currently have an African American president?" pointed out Morgan as the heel of his loafers smoothly slid down the back of his esophagus.   

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