“I was completely blindsided, but I also found a blind spot.”
2020 was the intersectional fork in the road.
“It just hurts me so bad to see Blacks talking about supporting Trump.”
“The Biden campaign is now heavily focused on getting Black men to turn out to vote…”
“There is a legitimate case for jittery nerves.”
“Tim Scott is not a prop. Alice Johnson is not a prop. And the wife of David Dorn is not a prop.”
Could this be why Hispanics are warming up to Trump?
‘Now, when I mean full diversity, unlike African-American community and many other communities, they’re from everywhere…”
“It’s white people’s participation, that’s the difference.”
“The Democratic Party is terrified of the notion …”
“There’s also ample opportunity for Democrats to [screw] this up.”
“But these allegations are a bold faced lie.”
Hold on there, Joe.
And guess where it’s coming from
Tim Scott is not amused. And he’s not alone.
And it really *is* a long way to November.
Not the Deplorables.
At least mostly
MSNBC panel: It’s not enough.
NBC: Sanders leads in Latino fundraising.
“There’s blood in the water.”
“It’s so easy to be white and oblivious in this country.”
“For 80 years, the Democratic Party has taken the black vote for granted.”
“It’s presumptuous to think you can come up with a plan for black America without hearing from black folk.”
But mostly in a single demographic
“Make sure you have the record player on at night.”
In happier times
Not that you should expect to hear about this very often
“A majority of young adults — 57 percent — see Trump’s presidency as illegitimate…”
The soft bigotry of low expectations.
Squandering the Obama advantage.
Why do we still have monolithic voting blocks in the 21st century?
“There’s no compassion in tolerating lawless conduct for anyone.”
Ask the GOP.
Crosses all lines
“We made history, but I don’t see change.”
First shelter dog to live in the White House.
“…it’ll take 18-24 months to get all those jobs back.”
Monster and heroes.