Typical: MSNBC Host Makes Racist Claims about Nonwhite GOP Candidates

October 24th, 2022 3:51 PM

Remember when Joe Biden said that ‘you ain’t black’ if you were undecided between him and Donald Trump? Biden was forced to apologize for it, but he wasn’t sorry, and his supporters weren’t either. That’s what the left really thinks.

On Oct. 23, MSNBC host Tiffany Cross said nonwhite Republican candidates are “faces of color,” but not “voices of color.”  

It comes off as repugnantly racist. No doubt it would face condemnation if a white person said it. 

The diversity of the Republican party should be cause for celebration, but the left puts divisive politics over racial progress. But it’s not. The Democrats demand fealty from minorities, not free thought. They champion nonwhite people only so long as they vote and think in the desired direction. 

Cross cited NBC reporting that states the leadership of the Republican Party will still only be white men. Like Chuck Schumer and Stenny Hoyer?. The GOP seems to be heading toward a more colorful coalition – a prospect that frightens lefties like Cross.

Instead of being impressed or questioning why this is happening, she criticizes these nonwhite Republican candidates’ coherence and cognitive abilities. 

According to Daily Caller, Cross previously hosted Elie Mystal, the justice correspondent for The Nation, who viciously attacked Republican senatorial candidate Herschel Walker of Georgia, stating, “That’s what Republicans want from their negroes: to do what they’re told. And Walker presents exactly as a person who lacks independent thoughts, lacks an independent agenda, lacks an independent ability to grasp policies.”

Again, this would come off as super racist, but Elie Mystal is a black leftist. 

Sadly, this is the type of backlash nonwhites face when they come out as conservatives. It is hardly even shocking anymore.