It’s fascinating to me that the longer “Coach” Dave Daubenmire goes without getting a job coaching football, the more he reveals about himself that would prevent him from getting such a job. He’s gone all-out anti-Semite publicly, and now he goes full-on white supremacist over the royal wedding.
“Let me just lay it out there, because most people won’t say it because they don’t want to sound racist,” Daubenmire said while wearing a literal tinfoil hat. “Prince Harry’s wife is half-black. Now, wait a minute. That ain’t that royal bloodline lineage there, is it fellas? Isn’t there a little bit of mixed blood coming in there?”
Daubenmire also took issue with the fact that Bishop Michael Curry, a black Episcopal pastor, delivered an address during the ceremony.
“Did you see who performed the service?” he said. “Was it the Bishop of Canterbury or some official WASPy guy? Was it? Did I miss something? Or did we see the ultimate—umm, how do I say this?—a blending of the races; one new world order, one-world government, the blending of the [races] in the House of Windsor coming together for the first time.”…“I’m going to tell you something, if there was any chance that Harry was ever going to be King of England, do you think they really would have let him just choose any woman he wanted?” Daubenmire said. “Of course not. So what’s the message that is being sent to us? … Is it a psy op that now, all of a sudden, sixth to the throne, he ain’t never going to be king, now it’s okay for the crown to be diverse?”
I love how he frames this as “I’m a brave teller of truth because I’m not afraid of being called a racist like most people are.” Oh, such courage. But the problem is not that it makes him sound racist, it’s that he actually is racist. When you start complaining about “mixed blood,” you’re a racist. Period, end of argument, full stop, now you can STFU. And now it’s time for you to set that cross on your hat on fire. Preferably while wearing it.