MSNBC Talks About “White Grievance”

Shockingly, MSDNC’s Martin Bashir talks about race

(The Blaze) During his MSNBC show on Tuesday, Martin Bashir hosted a not-so-balanced panel to discuss the “miseducation” of GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney and conservative pundit Ann Coulter on education policy.

After the panel slammed Romney and Coulter for their politics, including Bashir joking that Coulter of has a “psychiatric illness,” the conversation turned to race, ironically, with the entire MSNBC panel arguing that it is the “right” that always interjects race into presidential races.

“This is about white grievance. And the right has spent 30 plus years stoking a sense of grievance among white working class voters,” MSNBC contributor Joy Reed said. “They’ve completely distracted them from the issues of what the 1 percent are really doing to them by constantly saying they are trying to take your stuff, those immigrants, those black people.”

“Everything from N-word head to Michelle Bachmann’s revision of history…to food stamp president,” Peterson continued. “It’s all coming from the right.”

“It’s all come from Mr. Romney,” Bashir added.

They really can’t help themselves.

Video available at the link. On a related note, the TV in the breakroom was on MSNBC, and I was treated to non-stop orgasms by Chris Matthews as he talked about Obama, and experience I hope never to repeat. They should probably play porno-style music in the background during Matthews’ show. And, yeah, they yammered on about “race” as it relates to voter ID. Why is only Democrats who worry about their voters having ID? Conservatives seems quite confident that their people have ID.

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7 Responses to “MSNBC Talks About “White Grievance””

  1. john says:

    Our founding fathers all voted without ID

  2. gitarcarver says:

    Our founding fathers all voted without ID

    Proof please.

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  4. It’s interesting to note that there were also restrictions on who could vote back then, mainly property owners. Now, our votes are cancelled out by people like that idiot with the “obama phone” crap.

  5. Trish says:

    Founding Fathers had never seen: dirty politics, voter fraud, dead folks voting, and cartoon characters too, and just this year dogs getting voter registration cards in the mail as well as dead relatives- or any other deceitful voting behavior.
    And as Teach points out- ONLY certain people could vote back then, ie those with a stake in the elections, like land owners.
    Nowadays those with a stake in the elections means even those who don’t pay taxes. And the majority is almost tipping over to those who don’t have to work for a living.

    I believe it was Dennis Miller who said, if Obama wins again, we all should just quit and go on welfare. Why should I bust my hump for nearly the same wages as the guy who sits on his a$$ collecting all forms of govt handouts, including a freaking cell phone (or more) and monthly service?????????????

  6. gitarcarver says:

    It’s interesting to note that there were also restrictions on who could vote back then, mainly property owners. Now, our votes are cancelled out by people like that idiot with the “obama phone” crap.

    That was my point in asking for proof, Teach. In order to vote you had to prove that you owned property. In essence, you were providing an “ID” for your eligibility to vote.

    As usual, the troll is wrong.

  7. Gumball_Brains says:

    And of course, back then, people knew who you were and where you were allowed to vote.

    Did WHSF know that it was just recently that poll taxes were imposed by the Democrats to assure that minorities, especially blacks, could not vote?

    With so many renters nowadays, that restriction would be wholly unconstitutional. However, I do think relegating the right to vote to those who are non-imprisoned living American humans can assure at least some fairness.

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