MSNBC Host Thinks Rural Americans Are “Core Threat To Our Democracy”

Lots of liberals who live in coastal cities absolutely despise people who live in America’s heartland. Joy Reid of MSNBC recently made her contempt for rural America quite clear. She even sees it as a threat to democracy.

FOX News reports:

Anti-Trump MSNBC host Joy Reid thinks rural Americans are ‘core threat’ to democracy

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MSNBC host Joy Reid thinks that rural Americans are “the core threat to our democracy” and pointed to a series of tweets by liberal author Jared Yates Sexton that claimed Trump supporters “do not believe in the Constitution or any founding principles unless they’re advantageous” as proof of her far-left theory.

“By 2040, about 70% of Americans are expected to live in the 15 largest states. They will have only 30 senators representing them, while the remaining 30% of Americans will have 70 senators representing them,” MSNBC producer Kyle Griffin tweeted over the weekend.

Reid, who tweets so often that it’s amazing she finds time to do anything else, has a feed that is essentially the anti-Trump talking points of the far left on a daily basis. While Sexton never specifically mentioned the “rural minority” in his rant, the MSNBC host took it upon herself to quote Griffin’s tweet add her own commentary tied to Sexton’s thread.

“This is the core threat to our democracy. The rural minority — the people @JYSexton just wrote a long thread about — have and will continue to have disproportionate power over the urban majority,” Reid tweeted.

How sad.

 

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