MSNBC just made a statement about white people that will leave you fuming

The radical Left loves to point their fingers at everyone else for being “racist”. They do it so much, the word has lost its meaning.

However, it’s the radical Left’s propaganda that is truly racially prejudiced. And MSNBC just made a statement about white people that will leave you fuming.

There’s probably nothing more exciting to Radical Leftists than waking up in the morning and pondering who they want to call racist that day.

They all do it so much, it’s become a day job.

The latest example comes right from the major news network, MSNBC.

MSNBC host Joy Reid recently held a panel on air to celebrate the anniversary of the Nineteenth Amendment, which gave women the right to vote.

And out of nowhere, one of the members of the panel, Matthew Dowd, proclaimed from the rooftops that the Republican Party is the party of racist “White Christian nationalism.”

He also claimed that the Supreme Court Justices on the bench who were nominated by Donald Trump are also white “nationalists.”

Fox News reports:

“The thing that’s happened with the Republican Party is there is no division between the people that are pushing religion and the people that are pushing politics. For the Republican Party, it has become one. And it’s this White Christian nationalism that has completely occupies [sic] the Republican Party in America which is out of step with the majority of America,” Dowd said.

He added, “And that led them to do what they have done, that obviously led the people on the Supreme Court who many of them are White Christian nationalists that sit on the Supreme Court today put there by Donald Trump.”

As Fox News also points out, Dowd also referred to Justice Clarence Thomas as a sexual predator and said that Jesus would be called a “groomer” (adults who groom children) and a socialist today.

This guy is unhinged.

Sadly, he’s just playing right into the radical Left’s playbook.

“Nationalism” is a synonym for racism, according to them. And anyone who shares a remotely conservative opinion on any issue, must be a Republican white nationalist.

Firstly, nationalism isn’t even synonymous with racism.

Secondly, the GOP is literally not a white nationalist party.

You’ll find in the GOP’s official platform the following statements:

We denounce bigotry, racism, anti-Semitism, ethnic prejudice, and religious intolerance. Therefore, we oppose discrimination based on race, sex, religion, creed, disability, or national origin and support statutes to end such discrimination.

What Leftists like Dowd really mean, is they can’t stand anyone with remotely conservative beliefs.

And while they are at it, they’ll make it a “white people” issue, which is actually racist.

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