Super Bowl Pre-Game Host: Being a Black Quarterback is Unjust

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The Super Bowl pre-game show featured an American “humorist” moaning about how unjust life is for multi-millionaire black quarterbacks in the National Football League.

Oh, the humanity.

“To be a black quarterback is to be black in America. It’s to face unfairness at every turn yet somehow you push forward and tell your story,” Roy Wood, Jr. said.

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In addition to giving us a brief history of black quarterbacks in the NFL, Wood reminded the nation that blacks also “invented” jazz music.

“You’re welcome,” he said.

And of course there was the perfunctory mention of perpetual victim Colin Kaepernick.

“The experience of being a black quarterback at times is unjust, but when it’s at its best, it’s exhilarating,” he said. “There’s no such thing as too black.”

Watch the entire segment below: