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Psaki Explodes On Trump For ‘Backing Up Racist Talk With Racist Plans’

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MSNBC host Jen Psaki expressed concern that former President Donald Trump’s supporters are increasingly likely to support him even after making statements likened to those of Hitler.

Psaki highlighted Trump’s use of inflammatory and racist language, noting that his supporters are more likely to back him due to his controversial rhetoric, as indicated by recent polls.

She emphasized that Trump’s use of extreme and authoritarian language is potentially conditioning his supporters to accept it, leading to a growing market for the kind of rhetoric he is promoting. (Trending: Bud Light Gets Bad News Ahead of Christmas)

“This weekend, Trump once again echoed dictators, praised autocrats, repeated racist language, and was still cheered on by arenas packed with people who will cast their ballots in just over one month,” Psaki said.

“During that speech on Saturday in New Hampshire, Trump once again said immigrants are, ‘poisoning the blood of our country.’ Now, that’s clearly inflammatory. It’s dehumanizing. It’s white supremacist rhetoric.”

“And as we mentioned on this show last time, Trump said this, it very clearly echoes the words of Hitler.”

She added, “If Trump wins in 2024, his detractors will have to reconcile what it means to share a country with so many citizens who keep watching Trump spiral deeper into his moral void and still conclude, ‘Yes, that’s our guy.’ This isn’t just anecdotal.”

“It’s also registering in the polls. According to a new survey of likely Republican caucusgoers in Iowa, 42% say they are more likely to support Trump for claiming immigrants are poisoning the blood of America. 43% are more likely to support him for saying his enemies needed to be rooted out like vermin.”

“50% say they are more likely to vote for Trump because of his promise of sweeping raids, giant camps, and mass deportations of immigrants. More likely to vote for him.”

“So again, echoing Hitler, backing up racist talk with racist plans, that is making large swaths of Iowa Republicans more likely to vote for him, according to these polls.”

Psaki concluded by urging people to consider the kind of country they want to live in, expressing worry that many still support Trump despite his divisive language.

“Trump is clearly slipping in this vile, violent language more and more with a dictatorial speech there, an authoritarian Truth Social post here. He is trying to normalize his extreme fascist rhetoric to condition his supporters to be okay with it. It seems to be working.”

“There is a market for the tyranny he is selling. At the end of the day, it’ll be up to all of us to decide if this is the kind of country we want to live in. For lots of people right now, the answer seems to be yes. For lots of people, that is still there guy.”

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