Newsmax Anchor Greg Kelly's Racially Charged Tweets Under Review By Far-Right Channel

Newsmax host Greg Kelly's tweets on Sunday were so racially accused that even the far-right network said they were investigating it.
The ultra-conservative presenter posted two awkward tweets that he later deleted and tried to explain them away.
Kelly wrote that knowing the Secretary of Defense (William Cohen) was white when he was a U.S. Marine pilot "made a world of difference in terms of 'morale'". "Made" everything worthwhile ".
Kelly then wrote that "being a marine has nothing to do with RACE". He also noted that former New York City Mayor David Dinkins (whom he misspelled as Dinkens) was officiating at his 2017 wedding. Dinkins, who died in 2020, was New York's first black mayor.
In a response from the Washington Post's Jeremy Barr (who also posted the original tweets), the network said Kelly's messages were sarcastic attempts against racism. "We at Newsmax never advocate the publication of racist views or views that appeal to racists," Newsmax said in a statement. "We are currently investigating the matter."
On another layer of his I'm Not Racist sandwich, Kelly recalled Paul McCartney's and Stevie Wonder's hit "Ebony and Ivory" on Newsmax Friday. He praised the lyrics of "living in perfect harmony" but grumbled, "Right now the whites are at the bottom for all the terrible things they have done over the years."
Kelly, a Donald Trump loyalist who made headlines for his insurgency revisionism in the capital and McDonald's outrage, has been criticized for his tweets.
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