MSNBC Bubble-Dwellers Mock Virginia Voters Because Immigration Is Top Issue

2024-03-06 16:00:38

There is no possible way to hate the media enough. You may think you hate them enough, but really, you don’t.

Case in point: an MSNBC panel—composed of Democrat hacktivists Jen Psaki, Joy Reid, and Rachel Maddow—mocked, belittled, and disparaged a wide swath of voters in North Carolina, and really, by extension, all Americans who are shocked and appalled by Biden’s open border crisis and see it as a top issue we are facing as a country.

These are vile, privileged, elitist Democrats who literally have no idea at all how anyone thinks outside their pampered little bubble.

The Washington Examiner reports:

During MSNBC’s Super Tuesday coverage, host Rachel Maddow and former White House press secretary Jen Psaki expressed their surprise over exit polls showing immigration is a top concern for Virginians.

“I mean, if you look at some of these exit polls — I mean, I live in Virginia. Immigration was the No. 1 issue,” Psaki, host of Inside With Jen Psaki, said on Tuesday evening.

“Again, these could change,” Psaki added about the exit polls.

“Well, Virginia does have a border with West Virginia,” Maddow quipped, sitting between Joy Reid and Nicolle Wallace.

It could have something to do with things like this (and Florida is not a border state, either).

Needless to say, people have thoughts.

The full tweet (X):

It’s because they hate common folks.

Maddow, lives in a cute little hobby farm in Vermont, far away from the disaster of a city that enriched her.

She waddles in a couple days a week and weeps about the state of the nation, then laughs at everyone while she pets goats and drinks wine.

No matter how much you hate news anchors and journalists, it’s never enough.


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