A Look at Trump Republicans and white privilege

Here’s an interesting look at the white bigotry, but don’t call 'em supremacists and totalitarians or unAmerican.


Trump Supporter: White People Don’t Belong In Jail

This Trump supporter is a perfect example of white privilege. David Shuster breaks it down.



Wisconsin used to be such a nice place intelligent solid American kinda state. What happened. Good brainwashing.

“Ronald H. Johnson is bad for Wisconsin,” says Chair of the Wisconsin Dems Ben Wikler. “And at the same time, no one should underestimate the strategy he is using here.” Aired on 04/23/2021.

The seven political states of Wisconsin
Story by David Weigel, Map by Lauren Tierney, Aug. 16, 2020

For nearly a decade, Wisconsin was the center of the Republican Party’s universe. The 2010 election put Gov. Scott Walker in power, with a like-minded legislature eager to transform the state. Months after that victory, former Wisconsin GOP chairman Reince Priebus took over the Republican National Committee. Southeast Wisconsin Rep. Paul D. Ryan was nominated for the vice presidency, and lost it, but within three years he’d become speaker of the House — and just more than a year later, Wisconsin boosted Donald Trump into the White House.

With the exception of Trump, none of these Republicans still hold office. Priebus spent just seven months in the White House, Ryan retired in 2018 with Republicans on track to lose the House, and Walker was narrowly defeated in the governor’s race that year by Democrat Tony Evers.

The Democrats swept Wisconsin’s statewide races

but couldn’t crack a state legislative map that had been drawn to protect Republicans,

an arrangement that has produced nearly two years of trench warfare on everything from voting rights to requiring Wisconsinites to wear masks. …