The top purveyor of racial hate and racist rhetoric at MSNBC is Tiffany Cross, and so she likes to bring Elie Mystal on her show. The two of them can take racial animus as far as they want without boundaries or any worry about repercussions because it’s allowed and encouraged at MSNBC. None of their dozens of viewers are going to object at all.
That’s why they’re so comfortable saying insane things like they did yesterday. They don’t believe in the validity of the courts of the United States or the jury system, do not accept that Rittenhouse is innocent, officially and permanently per our laws and our constitution. They simply discard that and name him guilty anyway, of murder and worse.
“The fact that white supremacists roam the halls of congress freely and celebrate this little murderous white supremacist, and the fact that he gets to walk the streets freely, it lets you know these people have access to instituting laws. They represent the legislative branch of this country,” said Cross. “What are we to make of that?”
Elie Mystal said “this is what these people want.” Um, THESE people? He continued bashing white people, saying most white people want violence and hate justice. Then he concluded by saying “white folks” are “gross.”
This is on a news channel. Hey quick question, what’s that thing called where you refuse to acknowledge or accept the authority and validity of the government and its institutions and advocate for overthrowing those things? I can’t remember. Inflection? Inner Section? Resurrection?
Oh well, anyway here is the video if you can even take it.
This is outright, outspoken racism. This is what MSNBC does, it’s how they get clicks and their few viewers: By being vile. It’s MSNBC’s business model and it’s how Tiffany Cross makes her living. A very good living, not that she’s out there sharing it according to her Marxist ideals. Grifters don’t have to try to live up to what they preach these days, not when they have Twitter there to celebrate them no matter what they do or say or how much violence they directly encourage and deliberately provoke.