In it’s entire context, getting fired for this is a bit jackbooty.
As Matt Lewis, of Politics Daily, adroitly points out “In 2009, Attorney General Eric Holder said that when it comes to race, the America is “essentially a nation of cowards.”
He was right. Whether it’s discussing race or religion, it seems being a coward is the safest and most prudent decision one can make. Clearly, having an honest discussion is fraught with danger. Williams, after all, was fired by NPR for admitting to an emotion that, let’s be frank, many Americans share.