Race-obsessed MSNBC pundit Tiffany Cross has demonstrated a penchant for shamelessness that sets her far apart from the deep bench of crazies at the network and she took aim at the three figures who are currently atop the left-wing’s hate list, Tucker Carlson, Kanye West and Herschel Walker.
The host’s contempt for West and Walker – a frequent target of Cross and her guests – is very obviously rooted in the animosity for black people who fail to recognize their place on the Democratic Party plantation and both have been savagely attacked in recent weeks.
On Saturday’s edition of “The Cross Connection,” the host welcomed former RNC chair Michael Steele whom she warmly called her “only Republican friend” for a discussion where she insulted the successful rapper and entrepreneur and the former NFL star turned GOP Senate hopeful and dragged in the Fox News ratings king as well.
Suggesting that the GOP’s diverse candidates are merely tokens or, as she put it, “faces of color, not voices of color,” MSNBC’s other “race lady” played a clip of Carlson’s interview with West, a chat that seriously triggered the “woke” left which was already swarming like piranhas over his wearing a “White Lives Matter” shirt and calling out Black Lives Matter as a scam.
“I wonder Michael because they’re elevating people like this and I wonder if Tucker doesn’t find Kanye to be, to have some mental challenges, maybe because it takes someone else with the same challenges to understand him,” Cross said. “Because everybody else has concluded this person is you know, honestly, mental health is a serious thing in the country, and he’s clearly problematic, but this is who the GOP chooses to put out front.”
“Herschel Walker, who has said himself he has multiple personalities,” she added. “This is the GOP putting out these folks.”
Democrats and their venom-spewing media toadies are in a state of panic over what could be the loss of one-party control of Congress with Walker looking like a serious threat to beat the radical abortion-loving preacher Raphael Warnock in Georgia and the danger of West’s celebrity appeal to a large audience with his challenges to the party’s race orthodoxy, the addition of Carlson could simply be a tit-for-tat.
Last week, Carlson likened the hateful racist rhetoric constantly spewed by Cross to dehumanize white people to Radio Télévision Libre des Mille Collines, the Rwandan television station that put out propaganda that was credited with being a major factor in the 1994 Rwandan genocide, one of the most savage and bloody periods in world history during which hundreds of thousands of people were murdered, many of them hacked to death with machetes.
Carlson asked whether Comcast – which owns MSNBC – was down with Cross and fellow anti-white network bomb-thrower Joy Reid taking to the airwaves to foment a race war.
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