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The front page of msnbc.com harshly and incorrectly characterized Virginia Republican voters Wednesday morning with the headline “Glenn Youngkin’s victory proves white ignorance is a powerful weapon.”
The article compared the governor-elect to former President Donald Trump, claimed critics of Critical Race Theory (CRT) are “intellectually lazy,” and said, “angry, willfully ignorant white people was the key ingredient needed to elect a GOP governor.”
The article goes on to state the following:
With the featured title “STOKING OUTRAGE,” the 382-word article was written by Ja’han Jones, who worked at the HuffPost before joining MSNBC’s ReidOut Blog, an extension of The ReidOut starring Joy-Ann Reid.
The article refers to Youngkin as an inexperienced businessman “focused on hot-button social topics — like outrage over school curricula,” with “a largely ill-defined campaign, often hewing close to the former president’s 2020 election lies while also coyly trying to distance himself from them.”
Jones added that Youngkin’s platform as “designed to shield Americans from the reality of the country’s racist history.”
He wrote, “Critical race theory is a college-level field of study that’s not taught in Virginia K-12 schools, but it’s become a catchall phrase for intellectually lazy people — many of them white — who want to stigmatize any discussion about American racism.”
“The Youngkin campaign discovered that a contingent of angry, willfully ignorant white people was the key ingredient needed to elect a GOP governor in Virginia for the first time since 2009.” #ReidOutBloghttps://t.co/2ZNrTfAQtv
— Ja’han Jones (@_Jahan) November 3, 2021
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