MSN Political Analyst Suggests Republicans “Hate Brown People”

( – During the GOP’s third presidential debate on November 8th, 60% of participants were non-white. Despite Vikram Ramaswamy, Nikki Haley, and Tim Scott each being from backgrounds that are anything but caucasian, Cornell Belcher is still insistent that the Republican Party is intentionally camouflaging its hate for brown people.

During a November 9th appearance on MSNBC, the longtime political analyst appeared to tell the network’s Joy Reid that GOP politicians and aspiring candidates who talk tough on war, illegal immigration, and skyrocketing nationwide crime rates are just disguising their own racism in convenient language. The pollster opined that there is “a fine line” that separates conservative policies and racial hatred.

Belcher told Reid that the language used by candidates during the debate concerning terrorism and foreign military entanglements was not actually about addressing the issue of international terrorism. According to the analyst, their policy proposals were instead a collective attempt at concealing their inherent hatred.

The liberal strategist told viewers that American history is full of prejudice and that the nation itself is a historical landing space for racially-based hate. Belcher said that because of hate’s ability to mobilize voters, politicians routinely employ it in their pursuit of higher office. He told Reid that it was the entire basis of former President Donald Trump’s presidency.

In spite of his claims about Republican racism, polling data released by the New York Times on November 5 showed that black voters appear to be abandoning President Biden in droves. Before the outlet printed their findings, they asked Belcher for comment.

He insisted that blacks were not about to vote for a conservative alternative to the Democratic head of state. Belcher instead said they were apt to just sit out the entire 2024 election. According to the polling data, some 22% of blacks have indicated that they would vote for Donald Trump in 2024.

Only about 8% did so in the presidential election of 2020.

Copyright 2023,