RATIGAN: So, it’s like a fraternity. So, having the money is one thing. If they don’t like you, you’re not in. And the owners are saying?
TOURÉ: It’s a private club. It’s a co-op.
TOURÉ: The owners can say we don’t want you in here.
RATIGAN: It’s not very American, but, you know.
TOURÉ: Well, co-ops are American. Private clubs are still American.
RATIGAN: That’s true. That’s true. That’s true.
TOURÉ: Several NFL players have already said they would not play for Rush because they know he would love to say he owns a plantation full of black men.
RATIGAN: No, they don’t know that. They don’t know that.
TOURÉ: They feel it.