I'd say "pot call kettle" - but I think people would consider that racist in this case.
What they're showing on TV is a truncated version of this - the entire video is important, though . . . I'll provide a transcript:
Now - this statement I'm about to make is not racist because I don't look down on or treat other people differently. . . But in my life I've noticed that a lot (not all) but a lot of black people make assumptions like what she said = that "white people will take care of their own" . . . because black people do that for their selves. They stick together and support each other whole heartedly based on their race. This is understandable - we've put black people through a lot of crap in this country, things still aren't on par, so it makes sense that they stick together. Any group or culture does this when someone else is trying to stamp them out."I didn't give him the full force of what I could do. I did enough so that when he - I assumed the Dept. of Agriculture sent him to me, either that or the Georgia Dept. of Agriculture - and he needed to go back and report that I did try to help him. So I took him to a white lawyer that had attended some of the training that we provided; because chapter 12 bankruptcy had just been enacted for the family farm. So I figured that if I'd take him to one of them that his own kind would take care of him.
That's when it was revealed to me that it's about the poor VS those who have. And not so much about white - it is about white and black - but it's not. You know, it opened my eyes. Because I took him to one of his own. . . . "
However - "White" people aren't like that. . . some might be. But the majority aren't. We'll throw our own kind under the bus or help everyone equally regardless of race - things, to many white people, are NOT about race at ALL. Which is why we have a huge # of whites who are Republicans and a huge # of whites who are Conservatives and 3rd parties. . . we don't have a racial identity - maybe for some people there's a cultural identity - but the majority of whites don't give a **** if you're whitewashed or beige.
I think her statement - the entire thing - really pins down why we still have a disconnect: She's *assuming* that white people "take care of their own" because in this situation that might have been what a black person *might* have done - but obviously that's not the case, the guy lost his farm anyway