In response to the UnFair Campaign waged in Duluth, Late Debate show hosts Jack Tomczak and Benjamin Kruse teamed up with filmmaker Michael Wilson to produce this stinging rebuttal video response - with faces you may recognize:
I recognized three: Walter Scott Hudson (political commentator and True North contributor, Eva Ng (2009 candidate for St. Paul Mayor), and Heather Linville, Concordia University and College Republican alumni.
The response video caught the attention of The Blaze, who featured it with the Un-Fair back story:
Remember the Un-Fair Campaign, that august collection of enlightened and thoroughly non-racist individuals who believe that whites have an irrevocable privilege that gives them an advantage in society (and that, by extensions minorities will always need special favors to get a leg up)? Well, if you don’t, for the purposes of this story, it may be advisable to rewatch this ad of theirs:
Both examples feature racism, but the Late Debaters did a stellar job of showing the irony of divisive prejudices groups like the Unfair movement promote with their white guilt campaign. The closing line is perfect: "It's not fair to make people feel guiity for how they were born."
One liberal's comment of the rebuttal video at The Blaze caught my attention:
It was not nearly as good as it could’ve been. Are you serious? They couldn’t come up with a blacker actor or a more Latina looking female? If you’re going to spend the money, time, and effort, don’t choose the whitest looking “minorities” you can find. Kind of defeats the purpose.
To which Walter deftly replied,
I’m not black enough? Thanks for perpetuating another ridiculous racial meme.
Point. Set. Match.