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On Saturday morning’s Velshi, MSNBC host Ali Velshi collaborated with creator and co-chair of leftist group Color of Change Heather McGhee for a hateful phase the place the 2 leftists declared that each one who oppose their coverage preferences are racist.

Velshi declared that “the false perception that progress and prosperity for individuals of shade comes on the expense of white individuals has helped prop up racist techniques for generations” and McGhee insanely claimed that “there’s such a fierce antigovernment skepticism and suspicion among the many majority of white voters” due to the “concept that authorities is on the aspect of individuals of shade.”

The ever woke Velshi, who enjoys happening rants about social justice, started the phase by claiming that white individuals “prop up” techniques which “should not of their financial pursuits” so as stop “progress and prosperity for individuals of shade” and uncritically selling McGhee’s leftist guide “The Sum of Us: What Racism Prices Everybody and How We Can Prosper Collectively”:

Racism is one thing that has outlined the USA since its very founding. In truth, it infects almost all sides of American life like well being care about which we simply heard. Nevertheless it additionally impacts our politics and our economics. The false perception that progress and prosperity for individuals of shade comes on the expense of white individuals has helped prop up racist techniques for generations. This zero-sum concept is what creator Heather McGhee tackles in her new guide “The Sum of Us: What Racism Prices Everybody and How We Can Prosper Collectively.” In it, she examines the self-destructive discount of white supremacy and the way a lot we have misplaced economically as a rustic on account of racism by way of a greenback quantity. A examine launched final 12 months by Citigroup discovered that America has misplaced no less than $16 trillion to racism within the final 20 years and Heather McGhee, creator of The Sum of Us, joins me now. Heather, thanks for being with us. I’ve loved listening to you — you have been on with my pal Chris Hayes final night time and one of many issues that appeals to me about your guide is the dialogue that you’ve about how individuals, usually white individuals or individuals who have energy and privilege in society, usually make choices that aren’t of their financial pursuits or work towards their very own prosperity as a result of they really feel like giving different individuals, on this case black individuals, sure rights and privileges will take away a few of their very own. 

Velshi’s woke monologue enabled McGhee to nastily declare that “the vast majority of white voters who’ve voted for the Republican Social gathering” and white individuals who oppose massive authorities and the “fairly modest” ObamaCare achieve this as a result of they’re racist:

White individuals are truly the biggest group of the uninsured and but ever because the Reasonably priced Care Act was signed by our first black president, the vast majority of white individuals have disapproved of the beautiful modest thought that’s ObamaCare and there’s an enormous correlation between racial resentment towards black individuals and the southern, most often, states and likewise Maine which is the whitest state within the nation’s refusal to develop Medicaid beneath ObamaCare. So it is this concept that authorities is on the aspect of individuals of shade and that’s the reason there’s such a fierce antigovernment skepticism and suspicion among the many majority of white voters — the vast majority of white voters who’ve voted for the Republican Social gathering for president.

Stereotyping an entire group of individuals based mostly on their race sounds effectively, racist. After all, race baiting is nothing new to McGhee, as final 12 months on MSNBC she claimed that white individuals vote for Republicans on account of “white concern and resentment of black people.”

Velshi added that “Republicans are working towards” President Biden’s proposal to lift the federal minimal wage to $15 a hour on account of racism, and never as a result of it will price 1.4 million Individuals their jobs.

Not carried out with advocating for Biden’s coverage proposals, McGhee contended that Republicans oppose pupil mortgage forgiveness on account of racism and stored on hammering in her absurd level that the “majority of white individuals” vote for the Republican Social gathering with a view to suppress black individuals:

It was solely after the civil rights system and the combination of our schooling system and the appropriate have been turned away from authorities options by the vast majority of white voters that we started to chop again and that is why we now have this debt for diploma system…Free faculty and pupil mortgage debt cancellation is far more enthusiastically supported by black individuals. It is nonetheless supported by the vast majority of white individuals however the largest opposition in Congress is the Republican Social gathering, that almost all of white individuals, nonetheless, regardless of what it is costing them, proceed to ship into energy. 

Velshi didn’t push again towards any of this lunacy however as an alternative advised McGhee that her “guide is nice.”

MSNBC is just not a information community however is a discussion board for leftists to spout hatred at those that oppose their coverage objectives.

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Learn the total February twenty seventh transcript right here:

Velshi

2/27/21

8:50:56 AM

ALI VELSHI: Racism is one thing that has outlined the USA since its very founding. In truth, it infects almost all sides of American life like well being care about which we simply heard. Nevertheless it additionally impacts our politics and our economics. The false perception that progress and prosperity for individuals of shade comes on the expense of white individuals has helped prop up racist techniques for generations. This zero-sum concept is what creator Heather McGhee tackles in her new guide The Sum of Us: What Racism Prices Everybody and How We Can Prosper Collectively. In it, she examines the self-destructive discount of white supremacy and the way a lot we have misplaced economically as a rustic on account of racism by way of a greenback quantity. A examine launched final 12 months by Citigroup discovered that America has misplaced no less than $16 trillion to racism within the final 20 years and Heather McGhee, creator of The Sum of Us, joins me now. Heather, thanks for being with us. I — I’ve loved listening to you — you have been on with my pal Chris Hayes final night time and one of many issues that appeals to me about your guide is the dialogue that you’ve about how individuals, usually white individuals or individuals who have energy and privilege in society, usually make choices that aren’t of their financial pursuits or work towards their very own prosperity as a result of they really feel like giving different individuals, on this case black individuals, sure rights and privileges will take away a few of their very own. 

HEATHER MCGHEE (AUTHOR OF THE SUM OF US: WHAT RACISM COSTS EVERYONE AND HOW WE CAN PROSPER TOGETHER): That is precisely proper. I imply, to remain on the difficulty of — of well being care, which you have coated so effectively Ali, you recognize, white individuals are truly the biggest group of the uninsured and but ever because the Reasonably priced Care Act was signed by our first black president, the vast majority of white individuals have disapproved of the beautiful modest thought that’s ObamaCare and there’s an enormous correlation between racial resentment towards black individuals and the southern, most often, states and likewise Maine which is the — the whitest state within the nation refusal to develop Medicaid beneath ObamaCare. So it is this concept that authorities is on the aspect of individuals of shade and that’s the reason there’s such a fierce anti-government skepticism and suspicion among the many majority of white voters — the vast majority of white voters who’ve voted for the Republican Social gathering for president, I am going to remind you, ever since Lyndon Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act.

VELSHI: And in order that’s healthcare. The problems of wages, it is the identical subject. Whereas — whereas black individuals earn lower than white individuals do, if we enhance the minimal wage to $15, which Republicans are working towards within the Congress — in — within the Senate proper now, tons and much and many white individuals would profit from too. Extra white individuals would profit from it than black individuals. 

MCGHEE: Precisely, that — the battle for 15 has been spearheaded by black employees all around the nation and but it’s a actually multiracial working class coalition. I spoke with Battle for $15 employees throughout the nation in my analysis for The Sum of Us and, you recognize, the vast majority of individuals making beneath $15 a hour are white and but white voters preserve placing in energy a celebration that doggedly refuses to lift the minimal wage past a poverty wage. However I am going to always remember a dialog I had with a quick meals employee named Bridget, white lady who had been steeped on this form of zero-sum, anti-black, anti-immigrant world view and it modified for her when she linked arms with black and brown employees at her Wendy’s and McDonald’s shifts and determined that she may truly see herself within the employees throughout the colour line and what she mentioned to me was “It is not a matter of us versus them. So long as we’re divided,” she mentioned, “We’re conquered.”

VELSHI: I need to ask you about pupil debt as a result of that is a problem that we’re at present discussing proper now. I need to present you a chart of pupil mortgage debt held by black individuals and white individuals. In the event you take a look at individuals beneath the age of 35, it is nearly matched, the share of black individuals and white — non-black individuals who have debt. When you get to 35 to 44, in reality, it finally ends up being extra black individuals than — than non-black individuals and the identical factor when you get above age 45. However the backside line is a lot and many individuals of all races have pupil debt. One other concern by which if individuals received collectively and found out how you can tackle this, it will profit all of society. 

MCGHEE: That is precisely proper. I cowl this concern within the guide as a result of we used to have a system on this nation the place the federal government picked up the tab for individuals to go to varsity between well-funded state colleges by state governments and federal governments giving grants, not loans, within the type of the Pell Grant or the G.I. Invoice, and all of this free faculty system was again when the bulk, 90+ p.c of the oldsters going to varsity have been white and it was solely after the civil rights system and the combination of our schooling system and the appropriate have been turned away from authorities options by the vast majority of white voters that we started to chop again and that is why we now have this debt for diploma system. And so sure, eight out of ten black college students must borrow, and that is primarily due to a racial wealth divide which signifies that black households usually as a result of they have been excluded intentionally from all the wealth constructing insurance policies over the course of the twentieth century, do not have the identical type of cushion to put money into — in faculty and but the actual fact is that almost all of white college students, six out of ten must borrow too. That free faculty and pupil mortgage debt cancellation is far more enthusiastically supported by black individuals. It is nonetheless supported by the vast majority of white individuals however the largest opposition in Congress is the Republican Social gathering, that almost all of white individuals, nonetheless, regardless of what it is costing them, proceed to ship into energy. 

VELSHI: The guide is nice, Heather. However I — I actually like books whose titles let you know the precise story and yours is named The Sum of Us: What Racism Prices Everybody and How We Can Prosper Collectively. It’s an financial argument about whether or not if we come collectively to repair these items, it is not a zero-sum sport. All boats will rise.