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MSNBC’s Tiffany Cross, panel rip GOP and ‘majority of white people’ who ‘celebrate this little murderous white supremacist’

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Tiffany Cross, the MSNBC host whose Saturday morning show frequently features blatantly racist rhetoric against both black conservatives and white people in general, is back at it once more.

During the latest episode of her widely criticized program, Cross and her equally bigoted guest, Elie Mystal, smeared congressional Republicans as “white supremacists,” smeared since-acquitted former suspect Kyle Rittenhouse as “this little murderous white supremacist” and excoriated “disgusting” and “gross” white people in general for not being beholden to the Democrat Party.

“I find these people disgusting, Elie, I’m disgusted at what I’m seeing. It’s not just this trial. It’s other trials,” one especially disgusting segment begins with Cross saying to Mystal.

“But this in particular, the fact that white supremacists roam the halls of Congress freely and celebrate this little murderous white supremacist, and the fact that he gets to walk the streets freely, it lets you know these people have access to instituting laws, they represent the legislative branch of this country. What are we to make of that?” the MSNBC host asked.

By “these people,” it’s presumed she meant white people, as usual.

“Welcome to the modern Republican party. This is what these people want, and this is what a majority of white people vote for. When I say that a majority of white people are in favor of this kind of violence, it’s because a majority of white people consistently vote Republican,” Mystal responded.

He wasn’t referring to the violent Black Lives Matter and Antifa extremists who’d vandalized and burned Kenosha’s “poor, multi-racial commercial district, full of small, underinsured cell phone shops and car lots” during the 2020 Kenosha riots, as reported last week by Nellie Bowles for Bari Weiss’s Substack.

Mystal was specifically referring to justified violence committed by Rittenhouse when, in the process of trying to save a burning business with a fire extinguisher, he was chased by three violent extremists and longtime criminals who’d reportedly been intent on hurting him.

To Mystal and those like him, the three extremists — including the one who was a convicted child molester — were the good guys.

“So like, this is the party they’re supporting. A majority of white people pick judges like Bruce Schroeder, the judge in the Kyle Rittenhouse case,” Mystal continued.

Schroeder, who’s held his post for 38 years, was first appointed a judge by a Democrat governor and once “convicted a man in a bench trial who used the N word in a parking lot dispute at a shopping center,” according to Heavy.com.

But because he followed the law to a T in presiding over Rittenhouse’s case, he too is a bad white person and racist, according to the likes of Mystal.

“A majority of white people do not support policies that would unpack and unroll and reform this system of justice. This is what they want. Matt Gaetz is giving the white folks what they want. Look at it. Look at yourselves. It’s gross. but until a majority of you stop voting for this, this will keep happening,” the bigoted commentator added.

Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz made headlines last week when he said that Rittenhouse boasts congressional potential and that he’d be interested in having the young man serve as his intern.

The bigoted rhetoric from Cross and her guest is a nearly perfect encapsulation of how virtually the entire left has responded to Rittenhouse’s acquittal.

While the rhetoric hasn’t always been the exact same, the ideas have closely paralleled those raised by Cross and Mystal.

For instance, Vice President Kamala Harris tweeted that “there’s still a lot more work to do” to change the justice system so it produces the outcomes desired by the left:

House Judiciary Committee chair Jerry Nadler labeled the verdict a “miscarriage of justice” and called for the federal government to review the case and potentially pursue federal charges against Rittenhouse:

Rep. Cory Bush claimed on Twitter that Rittenhouse’s acquittal is “white supremacy in action”:

CNN ran a blatantly bigoted op-ed titled, “There’s nothing more frightening in America today than an angry White man.”

The Boston Globe has an op-ed titled, “Kyle Rittenhouse, white supremacy, and the privilege of self-defense.”

The Guardian features an op-ed titled, “Kyle Rittenhouse wasn’t convicted because, in America, white reasoning rules.”

The examples go on for days, and they all center around the same theme: The rule of law is bad, due process is bad, self defense is bad and, most importantly, being white is bad — really, really, really bad!

Vivek Saxena


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