But the thing that really takes the cake here, a little later in the video, is the worldview of prominent teacher-basher John Stossel, who asserts:
"Private businesses ought to get to discriminate. And I won't won't ever go to a place that's racist and I will tell everybody else not to and I'll speak against them. But it should be their right to be racist."
Now there's something, in twenty-first century America, that you don't hear every day. So you have to ask yourself--does he really believe such nonsense? Or are his "reformer" pals putting him up to it? Is it a test balloon? Maybe after they destroy public education, they have other "improvements" in mind.
John Stossel can't wait to return to the "good old days" of segregated lunch counters. It's OK, apparently, because he won't eat there, and after publicly defending them below, claims he'll speak against them in some hypothetical future. And for espousing such viewpoints, Rupert Murdoch pays him, not to mention his assorted pals below, a substantial salary.