MSNBC’s Cross fields panel of white women to bash less-educated Republican-voting white women

Known MSNBC bigot and racist Tiffany Cross teamed up with three far-left white women Saturday to denigrate and excoriate white women, claiming that they deserve blame for the possible upcoming overturning of Roe v. Wade.

According to Cross, white women deserve blame because they voted overwhelmingly for former President Donald Trump, who then turned around and appointed conservative justices to the Supreme Court.

“In 2020, more than 50 percent of white women voters chose Trump, and that is after all the sexual assault allegations and then grab them by the not-made-for-TV comments. And now two years later, we’re six months out from the midterms, and no matter how you identify, your civil rights are under attack. I know I have been shouting from the mountaintops, but what exactly will it take for white women to vote in our and their own self-interest?” she said.

“Republican-voting white women most certainly helped pave the way for abortion rights to be obliterated, and white women have narrowly favored the Republican presidential candidate for the better part of 70 years. We just talked about the support for Trump in 2016 and 2020. That was not an aberration. That was a continuation of a long-standing pattern. So why do you think the bulk of this group stays loyal to a party that does not serve their interests?”

Notice how she assumed that all women view the potential overturning of Roe v. Wade as a violation of their civil rights, and that the sexual assault allegations against former President Donald Trump were credible.

Cross’s first guest, radical pro-abortion feminist Jill Filipovic, implied that uneducated, married women who don’t live in big cities are specifically to blame. And they’re also racist.

“White women who have been able to enjoy the fruits of feminist progress, who have gotten higher education, who have been able to stay single for longer, who have been able to delay child bearing, who live in big cities — those women tend to vote for Democrats,” she said.

“What you see on the conservative side, women who tend to vote for people like Donald Trump despite sexual assault allegations and do in fact vote against the interests of women. … I think there’s a lot of affiliation with racial status. It is part of what grants white women, whether you’re liberal or conservative, a large degree of privilege in society, and there are a lot of white women who really want to hang on to that.”

Cross’s second guest was Rachel Vindman, the wife of disgraced “Super Patriot” Alexander Vindman. To her credit, she called for not demonizing all white women.

“Demonizing is probably not going to be helpful, as frustrated as I get even in my relationships. … We’re not perfect. We make, I make mistakes every single day. And I just think we we need to allow ourselves more to be in this place and even if men aren’t acknowledging, it we need to start having the conversations with each other,” she said.

Not surprisingly, Cross, who’s notorious for her anti-white racism, cried foul.

“I don’t know if that’s my ministry, because when we talk about Republican-voting women who are supporting candidates who are openly racist, who are openly sexist, who are openly misogynistic, who are openly xenophobic, I think that is an easy demographic to demonize,” she said.

Cross’s third guest, Democrat Party operate Lucy Caldwell, echoed Filipovic’s rhetoric about alleged privilege and racism by arguing that Republican-voting white women resent their husbands losing rights, privileges and jobs to minorities.

“A real problem is that Republican women are in this mode, and specifically white women, where in a way they do benefit from the patriarchy. Right? And so they are feeling or participating in the same kind of story of economic insecurity or, you know, a right or a privilege that they believe their white husbands and sons and fathers deserve, is going to a person of color,” she said.

But, she continued, she believes the attitude of Republican-voting white women will change because of the Republican Party ostensibly “coming” after them with a potential overturning of Roe v. Wade.

“So they have a stake in the old paradigm that is harmful. They also at the same time, it’s good to be a white woman because white women also benefit from the progress that Democrats have worked to assure for white women. And so I think the conversation is going to change because I don’t think it has occurred to white women. They have not, for 50 years, operated in a paradigm where they’re coming for the white women too, right?” Caldwell explained.

The underlying assumption throughout the entire discussion was that it’s in women’s interest for abortion to remain legal on the federal level. Yet 40 to 50 percent of American women have always considered themselves pro-life, according to polling data from Gallup:

(Source: Gallup)

But at networks like MSNBC, where discussions never feature any dissent, it appears that the opinion of women who are pro-life simply doesn’t matter …


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