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MSNBC contributor says GOP rhetoric is ‘dangerous’ while calling them ‘fascists’, ‘Nazis’ is ‘correct’


An MSNBC contributor and scholar suggested on Monday that condemnation of the right by the left isn’t polarizing like Republican rhetoric, because it is “correct.”

“Deadline: The White House” host Nicolle Wallace opened the segment by discussing a recent New York Times report comparing the rhetoric of Democrats and Republicans. Wallace said the study indicated that Republicans who opposed the 2020 presidential election were much more likely to use “evil terms” to denigrate their political opposition.

MSNBC contributor and Morgan State University professor Jason Johnson suggested the study didn’t go far enough, saying there was no equivalence between Republican and Democratic rhetoric in America because everything what was said about the Republicans was true.

“It’s actually even worse than what’s reported because you have to understand that when it comes to terms that are considered polarizing, terms like ‘fascism’ and ‘Nazi’ are considered polarizing terms, but unfortunately , these are the right ways to describe what is happening with the Republicans, ”he claimed.

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He said the results of the study as a whole should be assessed in a new light.

“So in many ways if you deleted some of that data, it would be worse,” he claimed. “You would see five times as many Republicans using these evil terms, using terms that are absolutely dangerous and polarizing to society. people who are in favor of democracy.”

He further added that Democrats calling the Republican opposition “fascist” isn’t exactly polarizing because that’s correct.

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The United States of America has become polarized even on some of the most basic and fundamental political issues.
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“Republicans will say ‘You’re part of a terrible evil cult that’s in favor of eating children and you’re pedophiles and you’re groomers’ – and Democrats and pro-democracy advocates would say ‘Yeah, that’s the kind of language you use in fascism,” then the report would be, “Democrats call Republicans fascists and Republicans say Democrats are groomers,” he suggested. of equality. One is the truth and the other is a lie, and that’s what we need to make sure we talk about every day, because otherwise it makes this type of behavior and language seem normalized. “

Calling their opposition “fascist” has become a common duck used by the American left.

MSNBC has mentioned fascism, or used the term “fascist,” 1,614 times this year alone. Meanwhile, CNN, by comparison, used the terms “fascist” or “fascism” about 491 times during the same period.

US President Joe Biden delivers a prime time speech at Independence National Historical Park on September 1, 2022 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  President Biden spoke about "the battle continues for the soul of the nation."  (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

US President Joe Biden delivers a prime time speech at Independence National Historical Park on September 1, 2022 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. President Biden spoke of “the ongoing battle for the soul of the nation”. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

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Some of the rise in the term’s usage may be due to Democratic Party leader President Joe Biden, who has called millions of Trump supporters “semi-fascists,” a term that has since been championed and developed by liberal commentators in the media.

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