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MSNBC Laughs at Voters Thinking Border Crisis Most Important Issue

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MSNBC anchors openly laughed at and mocked voters who see immigration and border security as important issues.

Joy Reid claimed Republican voters are increasingly voting based on “racial animus” and wanting to “drive all the blacks out of colleges.”

“Republican voters don’t vote that way. The don’t vote based on economic or based on the economic benefits they are getting from the president. They are increasingly from the Tea Party on they’re voting on this idea of an invasion of brown people over the border, the idea that they can’t get whatever job they want. A black person got it. Therefore, drive all the blacks out of the colleges. Get rid of dye. That is what they’re voting on. They’re just voting specifically on racial animus at this stage. It isn’t about economics,” Reid said.

Jen Psaki said Trump has “indoctrinated people with this fear of people who do not look like them.”

Rachel Maddow joked about Virginia having a border with West Virginia and said issues like borders and deficits only become talked about when there’s a Democratic president to blame them on.

Psaki said, “Because otherwise, he can’t run against the other and brown people and people who don’t look like him, like his supporters, his base of supporters coming across the border and scaring people and killing people or whatever he’s threatening out there. I mean, if you look at some of these exit polls, I mean, I live in Virginia. Immigration was the number one issue, of course these can change in Virginia.”

“Well Virginia does have a border with West Virginia. They’re very contested there,” Rachel Maddow quipped.

“What I mean, when I was in New Hampshire, people were talking about the northern border as a threat because Trump has indoctrinated people with this fear of people who do not, like, look like them being a threat,” Psaki said as they laughed.

Maddow said, “But as you know, I mean, and every, you know, every election cycle when there is it’s particularly when there’s a Democratic incumbent, we get reminded about the borders, and the borders become a thing again. And then if there’s a Republican in office, we don’t think about them anymore. It’s the deficit and the border. Like, you make these things an issue. You make them into boogeyman. You make them into something that grabs you from under the bed at night as soon as you wake up. As long as there’s a Democratic incumbent to blame on it, you make sure that nothing’s ever done to fix either. And then you hope that people stop talking about them once you’ve got a Republican. Same thing my entire adult life.”

Nicolle Wallace agreed programming now constantly talks about crime in cities.

But Maddow noted on “Earth one,” FBI data shows violent crime in America is at a 50 year low and migrant crime is not significant.

“The only difference now is they drop the every four years part, and now I mean all the programming about cities, the spread of crime and crime,” Wallace said.

Maddow said, “And meanwhile on Earth one, the FBI reports that violent crime in America is at a 50 year low. And migrant crime is not a thing. And you live on Earth one.”

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