Sick of watching Larry Wilmore talk about race on “The Nightly Show”? Well, he doesn’t care. He’ll “stop talking about race when people stop being racist.”

The Comedy Central host spent a good portion of Tuesday night’s (March 10) show talking about the University of Oklahoma’s SAE fraternity, which has been booted off campus after video of members singing a racist chant surfaced. The song in question features incredibly offensive lyrics such as, “There will never be a n****r S-A-E. They can hang them from a tree, but they’ll never sign with me.”

Although Wilmore gives credit to the university for expelling two of the students in the video, he was still confused about the mentality of a fraternity. To help him sort some things out, he talks to an SAE “alumnus” who’s now working on Wall Street.
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Too bad for Wilmore, “D-Train” — who now just goes by “Dennis” — is basically no help at all. Not only does he think changing the lyrics to “black guy in S-A-E” would fix the problem, he defends the exclusion of minorities by explaining what a frat is: “It’s not about excluding anybody, it’s about including people who are exactly like you.”

But it’s OK, everyone. Wilmore explains that Americans won’t have to deal with these racist frat brothers for quite some time.
“Don’t worry, you won’t be seeing any more of those frat boys,” says Wilmore, “until they’re your congressmen.”
Posted by:Casey Rackham