In tonight’s Talking Points Memo, Bill O’Reilly charged Democrats with playing the race card in political ads to stimulate the African American vote next week.

O’Reilly called it morally wrong and said that the Democrats using such tactics are “trying to distill hatred and division,” remarking, “that is not the American way.”

He said that candidates should run on their record and vision.

“We don’t need vicious propaganda,” he said.

O’Reilly also wondered why African Americans believe that just one political party is looking out for them. He noted that President Barack Obama received 93 percent of the black vote in 2012, but said “the president’s policies have not benefited black Americans.”

O’Reilly said black unemployment has dropped less than 2 percent points in six years, nearly six points more than white Americans. Socially, O’Reilly said the U.S. remains a divided country.

“Racial politics are abhorrent, and black Americans should rebel against them,” O’Reilly said.

Watch the full Talking Points Memo above.


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