Liberal says Democrats shouldn’t Worry because Old, White Southern People who Vote GOP ‘are Going to Die some Day.’

Even for the liberals at MSNBC this is pretty disgusting.


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Let’s just tally up the excuses Democrats have made over the last few months about why America is so unhappy with their leadership.

Racism, Sexism and now it’s because we’re old.

Also, did you notice that he said old, white Southern people? I didn’t realize there were so many southerners in Massachusetts, Maryland, Iowa, Alaska, Illinois, Nevada, the Dakotas, Ohio, etc., etc., etc… do you get what I’m saying here?

Also, he must have missed the jump in minority and female votes that Republicans won this time around. For example in Georgia Governor Nathan Deal won 47% of the Latino vote, I’m not sure how many “old, white” Latinos there are…

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He must have also missed Tim Scott, Nikki Haley, Joni Ernst, Mia Love, Brian Sandoval, Susana Martinez, Shelley Moore Capito, and other ethnic minorities and women getting elected as Republicans.

Boy, looking back… this MSNBC hack sure did miss a lot about Election Day.


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