MSNBC: Ignore Record Turnout in GA, GOP Thinks Blacks Too Dumb to Vote!

Despite the doomsayers who claim Georgia’s Republicans are suppressing black voters, the record turnout has effectively blown the myth to pieces. But MSNBC crackpot Nicolle Wallace and lying PBS reporter Yamiche Alcindor teamed up during Monday’s Deadline: White House to put words in the mouths of Georgia Republicans and falsely assert they think that black Americans are too dumb to know how to vote or understand “the weight of American democracy.” Unwavering from her false narrative despite how facts were actively proving her a liar, Wallace recalled how Georgia Republican Governor “Brian Kemp's role in voter suppression in the state of Georgia was so reprehensible” that Major League Baseball moved the All-Star game. “[They] thought that voter suppression law was so offensive, they moved the All-Star game.” Missing from this point is the fact that the MLB was essentially bullied by the left into moving the game when, in fact, there was no voter suppression going on. Alcindor agreed, claiming “we are a country with a race problem.”     The two played off each other in a show of pure ignorance and accidental honesty as they said “the racism is a lie”: WALLACE: Not to totally ruin your optimism, but the reason that communities of color in Georgia don't have the same access to the polls is a lie. It's BS, as you're reporting and Nick's entire body of reporting and the voter suppression laws will prove. So, they took away access to the polls on the back of a big lie in service of Donald Trump. ALCINDOR: They took access absolutely because of a lie, but also I would say that there also is racism in there. And the racism is a lie. Ironing out the incoherent rambling, Alcindor cited no evidence when she claimed Republicans think “these black people don't deserve the access to citizenship in the way that other Americans do, that they haven't worked for it, that they don't understand sort of the weight of American democracy. And as a result, we need to make decisions for them.” Meanwhile, it’s the Democrats that think black people aren’t intelligent enough to get voter IDs and claim if you don’t vote for them then you’re voting against your best interest. Continuing to ramble (on MSNBC of all places), Alcindor lamented that “we often get to talk about the political side of this, but [not] the race side of this.” She then took the time to whine about how while the country is supposedly suppressing black voters we’re also opposing the racism of Critical Race Theory poisoning our schools: And that same country, we're still sort of arguing about whether or not we want to teach our children and our students about whether or not sort of racism has continued to permeate all of these different structures when we know graphically, we know statistically that that is simply a fact. As she was transitioning to speak with former Senator Claire McCaskill, Wallace cited some poll completely out of context, claiming “eight out of ten Americans live in fear of violence.” She also decried how Republicans were “stacking state legislatures,” a.k.a. winning elections. These falsehoods and nonsense were made possible because of lucrative sponsorships from Ensure and Walmart. Their contact information is linked. The transcript is below, click “expand” to read: MSNBC’s Deadline: White House May 23, 2022 4:13:52 p.m. Eastern (…) NICOLLE WALLACE: Brian Kemp's role in voter suppression in the state of Georgia was so reprehensible that baseball moved it’s All Star – no one else really did much, but baseball who –we never talk about baseball in the context of politics thought that voter suppression law was so offensive, they moved the All Star game. YAMICHIE ALCINDOR: Well, that’s the problem, right? The problem is – I a struggle for that ray of light, thank you for diminishing it and reminding me that we are a country with a race problem – is these are all interconnected. (…) 4:15:07 p.m. Eastern WALLACE: Not to totally ruin your optimism, but the reason that communities of color in Georgia don't have the same access to the polls is a lie. It's BS, as you're reporting and Nick's entire body of reporting and the voter suppression laws will prove. So, they took away access to the polls on the back of a big lie in service of Donald Trump. ALCINDOR: They took access absolutely because of a lie, but also I would say that there also is racism in there. And the racism is a lie. WALLACE: Both right? ALCINDOR: Exactly. It's like the lie and racism which is a lie which is that these black people don't deserve the access to citizenship in the way that other Americans do, that they haven't worked for it, that they don't understand sort of the weight of American democracy. And as a result we need to make decisions for them. I think those two things are so intertwined in this country. We often get to talk about the political side of this, but the race side of this and fact that Jim Clyburn is saying in a country where we

MSNBC: Ignore Record Turnout in GA, GOP Thinks Blacks Too Dumb to Vote!
Despite the doomsayers who claim Georgia’s Republicans are suppressing black voters, the record turnout has effectively blown the myth to pieces. But MSNBC crackpot Nicolle Wallace and lying PBS reporter Yamiche Alcindor teamed up during Monday’s Deadline: White House to put words in the mouths of Georgia Republicans and falsely assert they think that black Americans are too dumb to know how to vote or understand “the weight of American democracy.” Unwavering from her false narrative despite how facts were actively proving her a liar, Wallace recalled how Georgia Republican Governor “Brian Kemp's role in voter suppression in the state of Georgia was so reprehensible” that Major League Baseball moved the All-Star game. “[They] thought that voter suppression law was so offensive, they moved the All-Star game.” Missing from this point is the fact that the MLB was essentially bullied by the left into moving the game when, in fact, there was no voter suppression going on. Alcindor agreed, claiming “we are a country with a race problem.”     The two played off each other in a show of pure ignorance and accidental honesty as they said “the racism is a lie”: WALLACE: Not to totally ruin your optimism, but the reason that communities of color in Georgia don't have the same access to the polls is a lie. It's BS, as you're reporting and Nick's entire body of reporting and the voter suppression laws will prove. So, they took away access to the polls on the back of a big lie in service of Donald Trump. ALCINDOR: They took access absolutely because of a lie, but also I would say that there also is racism in there. And the racism is a lie. Ironing out the incoherent rambling, Alcindor cited no evidence when she claimed Republicans think “these black people don't deserve the access to citizenship in the way that other Americans do, that they haven't worked for it, that they don't understand sort of the weight of American democracy. And as a result, we need to make decisions for them.” Meanwhile, it’s the Democrats that think black people aren’t intelligent enough to get voter IDs and claim if you don’t vote for them then you’re voting against your best interest. Continuing to ramble (on MSNBC of all places), Alcindor lamented that “we often get to talk about the political side of this, but [not] the race side of this.” She then took the time to whine about how while the country is supposedly suppressing black voters we’re also opposing the racism of Critical Race Theory poisoning our schools: And that same country, we're still sort of arguing about whether or not we want to teach our children and our students about whether or not sort of racism has continued to permeate all of these different structures when we know graphically, we know statistically that that is simply a fact. As she was transitioning to speak with former Senator Claire McCaskill, Wallace cited some poll completely out of context, claiming “eight out of ten Americans live in fear of violence.” She also decried how Republicans were “stacking state legislatures,” a.k.a. winning elections. These falsehoods and nonsense were made possible because of lucrative sponsorships from Ensure and Walmart. Their contact information is linked. The transcript is below, click “expand” to read: MSNBC’s Deadline: White House May 23, 2022 4:13:52 p.m. Eastern (…) NICOLLE WALLACE: Brian Kemp's role in voter suppression in the state of Georgia was so reprehensible that baseball moved it’s All Star – no one else really did much, but baseball who –we never talk about baseball in the context of politics thought that voter suppression law was so offensive, they moved the All Star game. YAMICHIE ALCINDOR: Well, that’s the problem, right? The problem is – I a struggle for that ray of light, thank you for diminishing it and reminding me that we are a country with a race problem – is these are all interconnected. (…) 4:15:07 p.m. Eastern WALLACE: Not to totally ruin your optimism, but the reason that communities of color in Georgia don't have the same access to the polls is a lie. It's BS, as you're reporting and Nick's entire body of reporting and the voter suppression laws will prove. So, they took away access to the polls on the back of a big lie in service of Donald Trump. ALCINDOR: They took access absolutely because of a lie, but also I would say that there also is racism in there. And the racism is a lie. WALLACE: Both right? ALCINDOR: Exactly. It's like the lie and racism which is a lie which is that these black people don't deserve the access to citizenship in the way that other Americans do, that they haven't worked for it, that they don't understand sort of the weight of American democracy. And as a result we need to make decisions for them. I think those two things are so intertwined in this country. We often get to talk about the political side of this, but the race side of this and fact that Jim Clyburn is saying in a country where we saw George Floyd die, it’s going to be two years this week that we saw this man murdered. And that same country, we're still sort of arguing about whether or not we want to teach our children and our students about whether or not sort of racism has continued to permeate all of these different structures when we know graphically, we know statistically that that is simply a fact. WALLACE: Well, and a lived experience of The Post reports on that two-year anniversary that eight out of ten Americans live in fear of violence. I mean, I think we'd separate them maybe at our own peril. It's all one piece and it's all in service of Donald Trump. But it’s – they made a Frankenstein that is run out of the lab. Maybe I’ve been watching too many Marvel movies, but it's all one. They took the big lie, they passed voter suppression laws, there are 430 of them making their way through 48 states, and they're stacking state legislatures. (…)