Certain liberal media outlets are reporting on the fact that on Wednesday MSNBC rabble-rouser Donnie Deutsch, as he is often apt to do, went off on Trump supporters … this time claiming that wealthy white people need to “decide who you are” amidst his disjointed, threatening rant about racism, the President, Republicans, and genocide.
Very telling however, is that the media is glossing over the point that Deutsch additionally admitted Trump is “good for the economy,” and that voters who are poor “don’t have the luxury of a moral imperative” because he is creating jobs.
It’s a safe bet that part was not in the script and Deutsch let his mouth run faster than his brain.
“You know, enough is enough, and I want to talk to the white people out there, okay?” Deutsch spat. “I want to talk to wealthy white people, because I’ve had it. I’ve had discussions when I talk to friends, people I know, ‘he’s good for the economy!,’ ‘but he’s good for the economy, they’re all jerks anyway.’ No. It’s time.”
“By the way, if you’re somebody who’s poor and you believe Donald Trump is going to get you a job, maybe you don’t have the luxury of a moral imperative, okay?” he admitted.
“But everybody else, shame on you at this point. Enough. This is where you stand up, and if you don’t, you own it,” Deutsch bad-eyed into the camera. “And I talked about this yesterday. You are no different then. If you’re on a subway train, and you saw four white nationalists screaming at an African-American woman, ‘go home, go back where you came from,’ if you vote for Trump, it’s like you’re going like this, and own it. No more ‘he’s good for the economy,’ no more ‘well, they’re all jerks, he just says these things.’”
“We are heading to such a dangerous place, and guess what? You look at history, it can happen here,” the hard-left commentator said.
“Maybe it’s the Jews next. Oh, I forgot, his daughter’s married to a Jew. Who says, who says, you know — and I come from a place, I come from a group of people where it happened to six million of them,” referencing his German heritage. “And I’m not saying he, Trump is that person, but every playbook that’s happening, every single playbook, creating the other, getting rich people to look the other way, getting people to not trust the press, getting the judicial system in your pocket, getting an entire branch of government, the legislative branch, the — I mean, Republicans just march with you. To act above the law, to say that you’re going to put your adversaries in jail. What else do we — and now, ‘hey you, dark person, if you don’t like it here, go back from where you came.’ Boy, it’s time for us, and time for white people who maybe, it’s not so great for your pocketbook, go in and look at your children and decide who you are.”
Not a cogent argument by any means, bouncing around and not finishing his thoughts in some cases, but the takeaways from Deutsch’s spiel is that clearly, Trump is good for the economy and the poor, and that he creates jobs.
But for Deutsch … never mind that … “racism” is the buzzword the left is focused on now as they ramp up tribal tensions and try to blame conservatives for it all.
Deutsch did choose to bring up the specter of the Holocaust and the ultimate threat that racist movements carry with them, though he failed to admit that Nazism and the WW2 genocide of the Jews and others were the work of the socialist left … the National Socialist German Workers’ Party in Germany … not conservative or right-wing parties.
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