‘TIME TO BURN IT DOWN’: MSNBC racist Tiffany Cross says she’s up for ‘MOST RADICAL’ action to abolish police.

MSNBC’s Tiffany Cross, who you’ll remember from her racist rant about Sen. Tim Scott, is a big time supporter of Defund the Police, along with every other radical, communist, Marxist cause she can get her hands on.

She had a panel on her propaganda hour on Saturday over the video of the death of Ronald Greene in a Louisiana jail in a long and very hard to watch struggle with police.

“I just wonder — this is clearly not a system that can be reformed, and I just — what can we do to stop this? Because it feels like it’s just time to, to burn it down, you know?” said Cross. “We ask, please stop killing us. It hasn’t happened. At this point it’s a demand and it’s still happening.”

“They’re attacking our voting rights,” she lied. “They’re attacking our lives and livelihoods,” she claimed. “They’re killing us if they’re not overcriminalizing us and putting us in jail,” she ranted. “As a longtime organizer what is it that we do?” she asked.



“Because I have to say, as a people, for my people, I am up for the most radical of things to make sure that we live,” she answered.

She says burn it down and then that she’s up for the most radical of action.

Watch, from Newsbusters:

Mark Finkelstein at Newsbusters has a great summary.

What if people take Cross at her word regarding law enforcement and “burn it down,” and do “the most radical of things”? Following the death of George Floyd, America suffered through months of rioters “burning it down.” Their targets included multiple police stations. So there was nothing ambiguous about Cross’s message. This sounded like a literal call to reignite the flames.

Would Cross be prosecuted for inciting violence? Will the MSNBC suits can Cross, or make even the slightest suggestion that she tone down her potentially deadly provocation? Don’t bet on it.

Yep.

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