First he kills any debate about whether or not she is a racist in her heart and focuses on her racist actions. White people love to switch the debate from actions to whether or not someone is really a hateful racist deep inside because of course you can't prove that one way or other. "I think her apology is sincere," Cooper told CNN's Don Lemon Tuesday night. "I'm not sure that in that apology she recognizes that while she may not be or consider herself a racist, that particular act was definitely racist." "And the fact that that was her recourse at that moment -- granted, it was a stressful situation, a sudden situation -- you know, maybe a moment of spectacularly poor judgment. But she went there and had this racist act that she did." He is actually better at dealing with the media than the average person. He reminded everyone that she was racist and tried to have him killed while making sure that the backlash doesn't fall on him. I am told there has been death threats and that is wholly inappropriate and abhorrent and should stop immediately," Christian Cooper said. "I find it strange that people who were upset that ... that she tried to bring death by cop down on my head, would then turn around and try to put death threats on her head. Where is the logic in that?" he said. "Where does that make any kind of sense?" A reminder that she earned those death threats and every bit of misery that she is dealing with.