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COMMON SENSE: We can't change skin color. Why are we arguing about it?

Phil Robertson's thoughts on social media culture

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On Friday, "In the Woods with Phil" host Phil Robertson discussed why people who are always on social media use the social media crowd to define particular words and argue about skin color.

In this clip, Phil described social media culture as living in a fantasy and warned of the dangers associated with accepting social media culture as a reality. Social media defines common sense as mob rule while the dictionary defines common sense as having sound judgment, according to Phil.

"People badmouth me because I am white," Phil said. "Here is a news flash; I did not have anything to do with that. It was not my call.

"People are like, 'I am black.' I'm like, great," Phil said. "Guess what? You did not have anything to do with that either."

Phil said that people experience race-related bullying online regardless of their skin color.

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