Bill Cosby Really Thinks Sex Assault Allegations Could Be Racist

Bill Cosby (right) (Dominick Reuter/AFP/Getty Images)
Bill Cosby (right) (Dominick Reuter/AFP/Getty Images)

When Bill Cosby’s sexual assault and drugging allegations came to light, many people said they were part of a racist conspiracy because he had been about to buy NBC. But we all know that isn’t true. Over the last couple of years, close to 50 women of all ethnicities have come forward and accused Cosby of rape and drugging. But now it seems that Cosby also thinks racism has played a role.


In an interview with Sirius XM’s Michael Smerconish, Cosby spoke about the charges of racism that his daughter Ensa also referred to Monday in a statement to The Breakfast Club.


“Could be. Could be,” Bill Cosby told Smerconish, referring to new racism charges made by Ensa Cosby.

“There are so many tentacles. So many different—‘nefarious’ is a great word. And I just truly believe that some of it may very well be that,” Bill Cosby said.

Bill Cosby sounds like a Hotep, and he doesn’t realize that the only thing that has played a role in all of this and his not going to jail sooner, and in having these allegations swept under the rug, has been his fame and privilege.

Bill Cosby went on to talk about the timing of the allegations because, although he wasn’t buying NBC, the allegations were all made for one reason, he said.


“So, the piling on, so to speak, is a way—and certainly an impressive, impressive way to get public opinion to come to the other side,” Cosby said.


The interview was set to air Tuesday at 10 a.m. on Sirius XM’s channel 124.

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