MSNBC host Joy Reid criticized Iowa’s predominantly white Christian population for their role in the recent caucuses, which saw Donald Trump secure a significant victory in his bid for a third consecutive Republican nomination.
During a segment discussing the Iowa caucuses, Reid poured out racist rhetoric about the demographic composition of the state, emphasizing its majority of white Christians while she culturally appropriates white people’s blonde hair.
“These are white Christians. This is a state that is overrepresented by white Christians that are going to participate tonight. This is a hyper-evangelical, white state,” Reid said.
Her comments, which were based on data from the Public Religion Research Institute, underscored that 61% of Iowa’s population is white Christian, compared to approximately 41% in the country as a whole.
Reid’s comments took a sharper turn as she interrogated the steadfast support of evangelical white Christians for Donald Trump despite a series of electoral setbacks. According to the information relayed to her by Jones, this demographic sees themselves as “the rightful inheritors of this country,” with Trump being the leader who promises to restore that legacy.
Joy Reid is triggered that Iowa is full of white Christians:
“These are white Christians. This is a state that is overrepresented by white Christians that are going to participate tonight. This is a hyper evangelical, white state.” pic.twitter.com/HtesCj9Pc3
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Source: The Gateway Pundit