I normally don’t watch any of this content.
I don’t watch things like the Grammys, Emmys, Golden Globes or Academy Awards. I don’t watch any of the late night comedy shows. There are people in this country who watch Trevor Noah, Stephen Colbert, John Oliver and SNL though and who actually think their content is funny.
Who is the audience though? Who is watching CNN and MSNBC? Who is reading the New York Times and Washington Post? Who is watching these politically correct comedy shows and laughing? Obviously, it is Democrats, but it is a particular kind of Democrat who is culturally alien to us.
I’ve been observing and studying these people like an alien species. It has dawned on me that these people are the anti-Whites and that being anti-White is strongly related to being college educated and upper middle class while White working class voters are more likely to be ethnocentric.
It is the professional managerial class (PMCs), the professional bourgeoisie, the Democrat Independent Liberal Elites (DILEs), the woke professional class, the Pew Research Center’s “Solid Liberals,” etc. These people are the affluent, cosmopolitan White libs who are Democratic establishment voters. The Jews are also concentrated in this stratum of the population but it is a larger group.
We know who is watching this shit.
It is White upper middle class, college-educated professionals who live in big metros or wealthy suburban enclaves. They are overwhelmingly more likely to have a college degree and to be post-graduates. They also have a negative sense of White identity which means that they dislike other White people and feel no sense of solidarity with them. Their politics is essentially modernism, woke virtue signaling and talking about themselves and how they are better than other people. They are America’s “Baizou” class.
Note: Working class Democratic voters aren’t watching these shows. They are turned off by it and more likely to watch politically mixed or right-leaning content. This is because working class Democrats are more likely to be moderates who are social conservatives.