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MSNBC Contributor: “Racist” Republicans Using Soaring Crime to “Scare Voters” (VIDEO)

MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell on Tuesday attacked GOP Senator Tommy Tuberville for his recent comments on reparations.

Tuberville said Democrats are pro-crime: “They want reparation because they think the people that do the crime are owed that! Bullshit!”

Andrea Mitchell attacked Tuberville and asked contributor Kimberly Atkins if Republicans are normalizing racism because they are “so eager to win the senate.”

MSNBC contributor Kimberly Atkins said “racist” Republicans are using soaring crime to “scare voters.”

These people are desperate.

The Democrats and their stenographers in the media know that crime is a huge vulnerability for Democrat politicians.

Even Psaki said this a couple weeks ago on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”

Violent crime and homicide rates are soaring in Democrat-run cities because of soft-on-crime Soros-backed District Attorneys.

The Democrats own the violence and they know it will cost them seats in the House and Senate in this year’s midterms.


MSNBC’s @mitchellreports & @KimberlyEAtkins: “Racist” Republicans using soaring crime to “scare voters”

— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) October 11, 2022

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