MSNBC Mocks Virginia Voters On Immigration Worries

( – As Donald Trump dominated the Super Tuesday Republican primary, the all-female anchor desk on left-wing television station MSNBC mocked GOP voters as having poor priorities. Former Joe Biden White House press secretary turned anchor, Jen Psaki, started the ridicule by jabbing at Virginia voters who said illegal immigration is their top concern. She said she lives in Virginia and noted that it’s more than 1,000 miles away from the southern border, this remark drew laughs from the other four women at the desk.

After laughing at Psaki’s quip, Rachel Maddow added that since Virginia borders West Virginia they should be concerned about their border. This drew more laughter from the women. Not to be outdone, fellow MSNBC talk show host Joy Reid chimed in as she often does and painted GOP voters as racist based on her own belief that they are. Reid condemned voters concerned about illegal immigration as putting aside their own economic improvement to vote along racial lines. Reid tried to spin the objection to illegal immigration as a nothing more than a fear of an “invasion of brown people” taking jobs away from citizens.

Reid said this despite offering no proof or reasoning as to why this might be true. She went on to say “GOP voters” don’t want to see black people attend college. She claimed that GOP voters are “voting specifically” based on racial bias even though in her view it spites their own economic future. None of the women pushed back or objected in any way to these statements, Psaki nodded along in agreement.

None of these news professionals referenced the recent rape of 14-year-old girl in Virginia allegedly committed by a 32-year-old illegal alien. They also did not mention the murder of a two-year-old boy in nearby Maryland, allegedly committed by a 25-year-old illegal alien. They also failed to bring up the headline making murder of 22-year-old Georgia nursing student Laken Riley, also allegedly at the hands of illegal alien. If they had they may have understood the voter’s concerns, rather than assuming they must be “racist.”

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