NBC Nooze: Right Off the Deep End

I don’t know that I can translate this new NBC Nooze op-ed into plain English, but I’ll try. Let’s start with a quote.

“Trump voters motivated by racism may be violating the Constitution.” And voting for Trump may be “not just immoral, but illegal” (https://legalinsurrection.com/2020/01/too-stupid-for-words-nbc-news-op-ed-claims-voting-for-trump-not-only-racist-but-unconstitutional/).

First, how do they know a voter is “motivated by racism”? Does the voter say so? “My vote is motivated by racism!”

Second, in what way is voting for a candidate for the “wrong” reason “illegal”?

Because “racist appeals in union elections” have been ruled unconstitutional by the courts. What labor union is Donald Trump running for president of? “Shut up,” they explained.

Somehow I missed President Trump getting on the air and saying “Vote for me, and I’ll put [select a “race”] in their place.” Oh, wait a minute–he never said that, or anything even remotely resembling it. But never mind: NBC Nooze just knows he’s a racist. Mostly because everyone who’s not them is… a racist. Somehow.

So the noozies think they can, by some unspecified means, get inside the voters’ heads, and if they don’t like what they find there, those voters shouldn’t be allowed to vote.

Hot dog.

Again, how do we know the voter is motivated by racism? Guess we’ll just have to take NBC’s word for it. Or construct what is known in logic as a sillygism. “Donald Trump is a racist.” He isn’t, but they say he is, so he must be. “Therefor, everyone who votes for him is a racist, too.”

Liberty is not something that left-wing noozies and the Democrat Party intend for us to keep.

Don’t ever forget that.

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