MSNBC Dedicates Segment to Smearing White Rural Voters as ‘Most Racist’ in America: ‘Threat to Democracy’

Far-left “news” network MSNBC dedicated an entire segment to smearing white voters in rural communities as a “threat to American democracy.”

MSDNC’s “Morning Joe” gave airtime to two leftist authors who explained why white rural Americans are the “most racist” in the country.

Professor of political science at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Thomas Schaller, and journalist and opinion writer Paul Waldman argued why they believe this “geodemographic” is “anti-democracy.”

Schaller and Waldman are the authors of a book called, “White Rural Rage: The Threat to American Democracy.”

While describing white rural Americans, Schaller said:

“They are the most racist, xenophobic, anti-immigrant, anti-gay, geodemographic group in the country.

“Second, they’re the most conspiracist group.

“QAnon support and subscribers, election denialism, Covid denialism instead of scientific skepticism, Obama birtherism.”

Schaller also claimed that white rural voters don’t believe in democracy.

“They don’t believe in an independent press, free speech,” he falsely claimed.

“They’re most likely to say the president should be able to act unilaterally without any checks from Congress, or the courts, or the bureaucracy.

“They’re also the most strongly white nationalist and white Christian nationalist,” Schaller said.

“Fourth, they’re most likely to excuse or justify violence as an acceptable alternative to peaceful public discourse.”

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Waldman argued that white rural voters tend to support President Donald Trump because “they have more problematic education systems” and have been hurt by factories and work leaving their communities.

“We’ve seen a lot of manufacturing jobs leave from rural areas,” he said.

“That kind of left them open to someone like Donald Trump who would come along and tell them something that was true, that there is a system that has not served them well,” Waldman continued.

“They’re pissed off,” MSNBC host Mika Brzezinski said.

“They have some reason to be [angry] with both parties,” Waldman added.

The journalist said that Trump was a “conduit for [white rural voters’] rage and anger.”

“All that [Trump] gave them was essentially a way to essentially give a big middle finger to Democrats, to people who live in cities and to the rest of the country.”


“How many steps away from South Africa is this?” political commentator Jenna Ellis wrote in a post on X in response to a clip of the segment.

“Can you imagine thinking rural Appalachia is full of White rage and is threatening democracy?” a popular TikToker and X influencer wrote.

“We are too busy trying to keep our kids from taking opioids laced with fentanyl bought from an illegal who moved into a house that was owned by a poor family who couldn’t pay their taxes.

“Get over your elitist b——-.”

Manhattan Institute senior fellow Christopher Rufo responded to a post advertising the book, “White Rural Rage,” in another post.

“So you just took the phrase ‘white rage’ and added ‘rural’ in the middle of it?” Rufo wrote in response to Waldman’s post on his book.

“1/10 for creativity, Paul.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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