Tucker Carlson did a segment last night claiming that MSNBC is fomenting a Rwanda-style race war against white people. pic.twitter.com/4vYN5kd1Pv— Matthew Gertz (@MattGertz) October 20, 2022
Tucker Carlson has discovered Tiffany Cross, Elie Mystal (who turned his home into his own personal Wakanda to retreat from the beestings of White racism) and the rest of the woke black PMCs on MSNBC. Joy Reid, Charles Blow and Jonathan Capehart are part of the same club.
A few days ago, the Washington Post ran an editorial by Perry Bacon, Jr. in which he argued that “America has a White voter problem.” He flat out said that White people and their voting patterns are the problem. This anti-White rhetoric is so common now that I didn’t bother to write about it.
“A clear majority of White Americans keeps backing the Republican Party over the Democratic Party, even though the Republican Party is embracing terrible and at times antidemocratic policies and rhetoric. The alliance between Republicans and White Americans is by far the most important and problematic dynamic in American politics today. …
Republican voters are not just White people without four-year college degrees (a group Trump won by 32 percentage points in 2020), though that has been the common framing in much political commentary. The Republican Party is the preferred choice of White people who describe themselves as evangelical Christians (whom Trump won by 69 points in 2020), White people in rural areas (Trump by 43 points), White people in the South (29 points), White men (17), White Catholics (15), White Protestants who don’t describe themselves as evangelicals (14), White people in the Midwest (13), White women (7) and White people who live in the suburbs (4). (These numbers come from post-election surveys and analysis from the Pew Research Center, the Cooperative Election Study and Eastern Illinois University professor Ryan Burge.) …
It’s not, as much of our political discourse implies, that the Democrats have a working-class or Middle America or non-college-voter problem. The more important story is that America has a White voter problem. And there is no sign it’s going away anytime soon.”
It goes without saying that if Tucker was doing segments on America’s black voter problem or Jewish voter problem that the usual suspects would be howling with outrage.
Note: I’ve personally been influenced by people like Tiffany Cross, Charles Blow and Elie Mystal. I strive not to sound like that. Charles Blow has been writing the same column about his blackness for the New York Times for at least a decade now.