MSNBC Conservative Gets Walloped For Claiming 'Growing Up In A Trailer Park' Nullifies 'White Privilege'
Republican political strategist Jason Johnson, a former adviser for Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), claimed on Sunday that he does not have "white privilege" because he grew up in a trailer park.
Former Ted Cruz staffer Jason Johnson is none too happy with his fellow panel members on MSNBC's AM Joy when he's told he doesn't get to be the arbiter of what is and isn't considered racist.
Seriously, people? Joy Reid and her guests break some difficult news to white America about Ariel the Mermaid.
Racists always need something to be whining about. This time it is the casting of Halle Bailey as Ariel in The Little Mermaid.
The Beat DC host joined Joy Reid to deconstruct the coverage of Bill Barr's summary of the Mueller Report.
On AM Joy, the host of DC's The Beat reads the media the riot act for its role in dumbing down the electorate.
Morning Joe invited CFG president David McIntosh to talk about his ad, and the reaction was probably not what he expected.
Journalist Tiffany Cross of The Beat DC on Sunday blasted supporters of Donald Trump's border wall as "half-wits."
Noah Rothman is making silly arguments about white victimhood: 'Both sides' face discrimination as individuals, let's not make it tribal. Tiffany Cross knocks this down.
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