Guest: So, it's not a story of institutional racism in Ferguson. It's story of blood sucking local government that's trying to get every ounce of revenue that it can either to feed its pensions problems or whatever. KELLY: It's problematic for so many reasons, not the least of which is there are few companies in America, whether they're public or private, in which if you sick 40 FBI agents on the company and review every email and every document and every communication you can between the employees, you won't find any racist emails, any inappropriate comments, and then to tar the entire organization with that is additionally problematic.
"You know what? I don't get emails from my colleagues like that. I don't work at the Fox News Channel, so I can't speak to what's in their employees' inboxes on a regular basis, but emails depicting President Obama as a chimp, the Michelle Obama's high school reunion one, emails describing a man trying to obtain welfare for his dogs because they're mixed in color -- I mean, maybe those kinds of emails happened where you work, maybe my office is an outlier. "I do not get those types of emails. And if I did get sent something like that at work, I would expect that people would get fired. "And that is what's in the process of happening right now in Ferguson, Missouri. Apparently at the Fox News Channel, that's an outrage, because this sort of thing is normal for the American workplace. Very few companies in America are not sending around work emails about lazy unemployed black people and the black president being a monkey. That's normal, right? That's American business. Fox News Channel says that's normal -- that I did not see coming."