Bill O'Reilly Dispatches His Most Offensive Reporter for Quite Possibly the Most Racist Segment Yet
Since Donald Trump says the word China so often, his buddy Bill O'Reilly thought it would be hilarious to dispatch his jerkiest reporter, Jesse Watters, to the streets of New York's Chinatown to see what people think.
In quite possibly the most offensively racist segment ever, one in which Watters basically mocked everyone he talked to and engaged in broad tired stereotypes. "Is it the year of the dragon?" he asked one. "Am I supposed to bow when I say hello?" to another. Intercut with these oh so cleaver questions, were kung fu movies and of course a scene of Jack Nicholson from Chinatown. When Watters found out that one resident plans to vote for Hillary Clinton, his reply was, "so China can keep ripping us off?"
Back in the studio, O'Reilly and Watters joked about how the segment was all in good fun, even though Bill is pretty sure "we're going to get letters."
Lest anyone had any doubt about the contempt with which Watters and O'Reilly regard the subjects in the segment, they also had this exchange:
"Some people say it's insulated and they don't interact with American politics but it looked like everybody knew what was going on," O'Reilly observed.
"You thought people knew what was going on?" Watters asked.
Oh, ha ha ha.
The letters did pour in, and Watters issued the standard, "I'm sorry if anyone was offended" apology.