However, it was Limbog’s denial of systematic racism that surprised the exchange
“I don’t buy white for convenience,” Limbo said at the start of the interview.
“You’re getting confused,” replied Charlemagne Tha God, co-host of The Breakfast Club.
They moved away from the subject, but it comes a second time towards the end of the interview when Limbog suggested talking to “The Breakfast Club” again in the future. Charlamagne said he would not be interested if Limbo continued to adhere to the notion of the existence of ideas like white opportunity benefits.
Limbog, however, doubled from its position.
“White supremacy or white rights is a structure of the Democratic Party today, and as soon as they reveal it, I don’t want to agree with any of it,” Limbah said. “I’m not denying that there are certain people out there who think they’re better than other people but structurally, institutionally, white domination – it’s a structure.”
“Don’t you see that white people are treated better in this country?” Asked in extremes.
Limbog replied that he had been “mistreated” by his entire life, by organizations, groups and individuals.
“I’ve been fired nine times in my career,” Limbog said.
“But have you ever had your car thrown away because you were driving nicely?” Extremely pressed. “Have you ever pushed to be black?”
Limbo replied, “I gave my car the key.” I blew my tires. Of course.
“I’m a police officer talking about dropping your car because you’re driving great black!” In extreme cases. “Or walking down the street in Queens, the area you’re from, and the police are grabbing you and pushing you. Did all this happen to you?”
“No, look I’m a pet, a housewife and I don’t go out and do these kinds of things,” Limbog said. “No, this kind of thing never happened to me. I’ll let you.”
But then Limbog quickly tracked back and said, “Well, that’s not true.”
“Oh, Rush, stop!” In extreme cases.
The interview ended soon after, with Limbo and the hosts of “The Morning Club” praising the conversation.