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MSNBC Says Hispanics and Minorities Who Vote GOP Support White Supremacy

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THE SUPPORT FOR THE GOP among minorities, especially Hispanics, is generating short circuits among liberal analysts who cannot explain why the Democrat Party is losing voters in demographic groups it once comfortably dominated. The latest analyst to slip up was Professor Christina Greer, who on MSNBC said that “Latinos,” Asians, and “Black folks from the south” who vote GOP are pushing white supremacy.

Greer, a professor of political science at Fordham University, said during the most recent episode of the show ‘Last Word,’ hosted by host Zerlina Maxwell, that it doesn’t take only white people to push white supremacy and racism. And that it didn’t take only men to sustain a patriarchal society either.

“We also realize that, you know, you don’t need white people for white supremacy anymore, the same way you don’t need, you know, just men to have patriarchy. We see women uphold it quite well – paging Amy Coney Barrett and her friends,” Greer explained after Democrat National Committee (DNC) adviser Kurt Bardella spoke out about the alleged racism pushed by top GOP politicians— where he included Donald Trump.

“What the Republicans have been brilliant at doing is not only disenfranchising people of color and marginalized groups across the country, but they’re really starting to, you know, use their white supremacist rhetoric and chip away at certain Latino, Asian and Black populations across the country,” the Fordham professor continued, who had earlier said: “Don’t forget, I mean we are founded on white supremacy and anti-black racism, capitalism, and patriarchy.”

Invitada de MSNBC: los hispanos que votan al GOP apoyan al supremacismo blanco

Christina Greer, a political science professor at Fordham University who, on an MSNBC show, explained that “Latinos, Asians and black folks” who vote GOP are pushing white supremacy.” (Screenshot // Twitter – Fox News)

“We’re seeing, you know, Latinos in Arizona and Texas, Asians in New York, Black folks in the south voting in, you know, pockets but in particular elections with the Republican Party,” Greer continued before saying that these demographic groups are “buying into this isolationist rhetoric, they’re buying into this nationalist rhetoric.”

White supremacy or common sense?

From the liberal-Democrat bias, it is apparently hard to understand why minorities, especially Latinos, are becoming more sympathetic to the Republican Party.

Even though the American economy is being affected by high inflation, the country is going through a difficult border crisis, insecurity is on the rise in major cities, and there have been several diplomatic-international crises throughout this year, the reasons argued by liberal analysts and the mainstream media to explain the electoral changes among minorities are limited to alleged misinformation or ideological radicalism.

In a clear example, recently, the New York Times attacked Republicans Mayra Flores, Monica de la Cruz, and Cassy Garcia, calling them radical politicians, in an article that attempted to explain “The Raise of the Far-Right Latina.”

Likewise, over the past two years, various liberal groups and national media —such as Politico, the Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, NBC News, or the Huffington Post —have also attacked conservative media —such as South Florida radios— for allegedly manipulating Latinos by filling them with misinformation about Democrats, the electoral system, the 2020 summer protests after George Floyd’s death, COVID-19 and other issues.

Democrats have used this reporting style to justify their losses among Latinos and other minorities. However, they do not address other approaches, such as possible Hispanic dissatisfaction with the Democrat Party for neglecting the economy, the border, and security in their communities while pushing controversial and polarizing issues such as the ‘Defund the Police’ movement or curriculum that include topics such as Critical Race Theory.

The reality is that many Hispanics have an unmistakable affinity with the GOP because of their religious beliefs and social values linked to conservatism. Something that has been strengthened in recent years as a result of the radicalization of the Democrat Party towards woke progressivism, which is more concerned with race or gender issues than with solving the real problems that affect ordinary Americans regardless of their skin color.

Contrary to Professor Greer’s belief, “Latinos, Asians and Black folks in the south” who vote for the GOP are not, in any way, pushing any white supremacy. They are merely voting for the party that, they believe, best represents them in a political and social sense.

Emmanuel Alejandro Rondón is a journalist at El American specializing in the areas of American politics and media analysis // Emmanuel Alejandro Rondón es periodista de El American especializado en las áreas de política americana y análisis de medios de comunicación.

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