Two Black Football Players Sue "The Bachelor" For Excluding Minorities

Published on: April 19, 2012 | Written by: Clay Travis

"The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" television shows has been around for ten years and 23 seasons now.

During this time every single white woman on earth has watched the show.

In fact, it's ratings look something like this: white women under 45: 100%, white men under the age of 45 trying to sleep with white women under the age of 45 by watching this show: 100%

Rest of America: 0%. 

Twenty-three times the bachelor or bachelorette has been a white person.

Two former Nashville football players, Nathaniel Claybrooks who played at MTSU and Christopher Johnson who played at TSU, believe that's a sign of racial discrimination. And they're not going to let anyone stand in the way of their quest for television love. They're suing "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" for excluding minorities.   

Yep, "The Bachelor" is racist. 

Check out their story here. 

Based on Wikipedia research it appears that 23 seasons of "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" have led to two actual marriages. 

As romance goes, well, that isn't very romantic. 

How can minorities ever hope to get married if they don't have an equal opportunity to not get married while appearing on reality television?

They can't. 

Put plainly, we shall overcome.

And I have the perfect solution for everyone.  

Let's end this racist charade right now and make Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson the bachelor. 

Everyone is happy then. 

CJ2K is young, rich, and fond of the spotlight.

Plus, he's every woman's dream.* 

This has to happen. 

Now. 

*Now that Travis Henry is in federal prison.