MSNBC’s Joan Walsh claims that, after doing some “really good research“, she knows why Americans voted for Donald Trump.
It wasn’t because he had a message that they identified with.
It wasn’t because he promised jobs.
It wasn’t because his opponent was a lying, crook out to pad her pockets.
It wasn’t the economy.
It wasn’t any of those things.
According to Walsh, people voted for Donald Trump because they had “fears of brown people“.
During a recent edition of MSNBC’s AM Joy, Walsh announced that white people are what’s wrong with the country and President Trump is the direct result of our deep-seated fear of anyone who looks different than us. “The really good research that’s taken place since the election shows that fear of a changing America is the number one factor that you can see drive––really divides a white Trump voter from a white non-Trump voter, that it’s fears of brown people, fears of losing the majority.”
Let’s just file that BS under ‘Racism’!
Walsh went on to blame President Trump for not doing anything about allegations of Russian interference, but she forgot to mention that Obama had been informed of the possibility of the Kremlin trying to influence the election before Trump took office!
Right Wing News reports:
The idea of liberals doing any sort of research, let alone “really good research,” is nothing short of absolutely laughable. The fact that Joan Walsh had the gall to get up and say that she researched something (or someone else researched it and she’s just parroting it without taking a gander into the facts) is humorous enough.
Yet more hilarious is the idea that “really good research shows” that Trump voters only elected the Republican President because of their “fear of brown people.”