(RepublicanInformer.com)- Hang on to your hats, folks. An MSNBC host has accused a Republican of racism again.
Shocker, isn’t it?
If MSNBC had to stop accusing Republicans of being racist, the 24-hour cable channel would be reduced to a 24-minute cable channel.
During Tuesday’s broadcast of “Morning Joe,” the dopey Joe Scarborough and his panel accused Georgia Republican David Purdue of launching a “blatantly racist” attack on Democrat gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams.
Here’s the MSNBC rule of thumb: A Democrat candidate can attack a black Republican without fear of being accused of racism. But Republicans are never allowed to attack a black Democrat without the attack being described as “blatantly racist.”
Over the weekend, Stacey Abrams attacked the state she hopes to run, calling Georgia “the worst state in the country to live.”
In response, Purdue, who had challenged incumbent Governor Brian Kemp in Tuesday’s primary, slammed Abrams for attacking Georgia during his appearance on the “John Fredericks Show.” Purdue pointed out that Stacey Abrams isn’t from Georgia, so if she thinks it’s the worst state to live in, she can go back to where she’s from. Purdue added that Abrams had recently told black farmers that they didn’t need to be on a farm. He then accused Abrams of “demeaning her own race.”
Scarborough claimed Purdue’s comments were “replacement theory.”
He claimed Purdue telling Abrams to go back to where she came from was a “fascist refrain,” concluding that Purdue’s remarks weren’t a racist “dog whistle,” but a “foghorn blaring.”
Scarborough’s dumb wife Mika interjected that it was a “megaphone.”
Then Scarborough’s like-minded guests all agreed that Purdue is a racist (because that’s what MSNBC guests are supposed to do).
Scarborough capped off the silly segment by claiming Purdue’s “racism is shocking, adding that Purdue was going to finish out his career by making “blatantly racist statements.”
Watch the segment HERE.