Amy Wax tells Tucker Carlson outraged by ‘blacks’ about Western achievements

Amy Wax, a law professor at the University of Pennsylvania, said black people expressed “outrage” at Western achievements in a viral interview with Fox Nation host Tucker Carlson.

Controversial lecturer said Tucker Carlson Today On Friday: “I think of the resentment and shame of non-Westerners against Westerners for the great achievements and contributions of Westerners. I mean, it’s really unbearable.

“Except for American blacks, who I think feel resentment and shame and envy. I mean it’s an unholy wine of emotion.”

Split image of Amy Wax and Tucker Carlson. Wax said that black people opposed the achievements of Westerners.
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In 2019, a Pew Research Center study found that 69 percent of black people said it helped white people in America to move forward. An estimated 73 percent of Asians also agreed with this sentiment, and 56 percent of white people also said that their ethnicity gave them an advantage over others in America.

Since being uploaded Sunday by Media Matters Associate Research Director Nikki McCann Ramirez, the clip has garnered more than 1 million views on Twitter.

During the interview, Wax also hit out at Asian and South Asian doctors who criticized America, and perceptions of racism within the health care industry.

Carlson and Wax then discussed how Asian Americans ranked highest in terms of household income in the country.

Data from the US Census Bureau in 2020 showed that Asian Americans had a median household income of $94,903, while whites had a median household income of $74,912. Hispanic and black Americans had a median household income of $55,321 and $45,870, respectively.

In exchange, Wax said that people of Asian background “hated America. There are a good number of them, not all.”

Wax then talking about Indian women said: “Take a Brahmin [high social class] Women, they climb the ladder, they get the best education, we give them every opportunity and they turn around and charge of ‘we are racists,’ ‘we are a terrible country,’ ‘we need reform,’ lead. Our medical system needs improvement.

“Well, here’s the problem, they are taught that they are better than everyone else because they are brahmin elite. And yet, on some level their country is like a s*** hole, pardon my language. It gives them opportunities.” Not doing what they think they deserve and in many cases they deserve it.”

Wax’s comments were widely condemned soon after the clip went viral on social media platforms.

Neil Makhija, a Penn law lecturer and executive director of the South Asian civic organization Indian American Impact, hit out at Wax over his comments.

In a tweet, Makhija said: “Amy Wax is an utter disgrace and embarrassment. Today, Wax and Tucker Carlson said that Indian Americans ‘hate America.’

“News for you: We are America. And we’re committed to dismantling systems that give your racist, moralistic views a platform to spread.”

But some commentators partially agreed with Wax’s comments, including Sadananda Dhume, a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, a conservative think tank.

He added: “Few Indian immigrants fit Amy Wax’s description: persistent hectoring and humiliating America

“It’s fair to ask them why they left if they found this country so terrible. But in my experience, it’s a small minority. Most are grateful for the opportunities America has given them.”

newsweek Vax and the University of Pennsylvania Law School have been contacted for comment.

Wax previously sparked controversy over his comments about different ethnic groups in America

Earlier this year, Wax wrote that America is “better with fewer Asians and fewer Asian immigrants.”

During a December 2021 interview on economist Glenn Lowry’s podcast, Wax said immigration of the “Asian elite” to the US was problematic.

Wax also said that she sees Asian people’s support for Democrat policies as “mysterious” to have a “detrimental influence and force in our country today” because she “cannot see that they are in the interests of Asian people.” How are I?”

In 2019, law students at the University of Pennsylvania fired Vax over “radical” comments made at the National Conservatism Conference in Washington DC earlier that year.

There he said the US would be better off if it were dominated by immigrants from countries that “failed to move forward” rather than from First World countries.

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