“Real Time” host Bill Maher objected to claims by Malcolm Nance, a contributor to MSNBC, that all 70 million people who voted for President Trump were “racist” and “tribal”. .
During a panel discussion on the outcome of the 2020 presidential election, Nance told Maher he would “pass the information on to his internal colleagues” at MSNBC, Eddie Glaude and Jason Johnson.
“They were on air saying this: These people have revealed themselves to the racists that they are, the tribalists who they are, they are not interested in ‘E Pluribus Unum’. , from many people, a ‘they care̵7; I have mine and you know, you shouldn’t take anything of yourself, “Nance exclaimed.
“You think it’s all Trump voters?” Maher asked.
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“They have consciously voted for this knowing what Donald Trump stands for, for the past four years! They know him!” Nance doubles. “That is almost a level of fanaticism that I only see in cult groups and Middle Eastern terrorist groups.”
A fellow panelist, Georgetown law professor Rosa Brooks, jumped in “disagree” with Nance, suggesting that Trump voters are in their own “information bubble” and thus living in a world. different from the media.
“They’re being fed crap, that’s right,” Brooks said. “And if that’s all you’re listening to and Uncle Joe and Uncle Bob say the same thing and cousin Mary says the same thing … I don’t think everyone is dumb. I think it’s everyone, You know, how do we know what we know? We know what we know because the people we trust talk to us and if all the people we trust are fed the same — then s — in, s — out. “
Maher then pointed to President Trump’s growing support of Black voters in the reported polls.
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“Trump did a lot better with the Negro vote than last time,” Maher told Nance.
“We don’t really know that,” Nance repelled. “We don’t really know that because the exit voting we see are the people who show up in the polls. There are 100 million Americans who actually voted by mail so I’m not sure whether I am. Did you buy it? And that’s the same propaganda that we often get from conservatives. “
“Well, this one I read in the New York Times,” Maher retorted. “It’s not a conservative paper … So you just denied the premise?”
“No,” replied Nance with a smug smile.
“Well, maybe you’re right. Yes, the postal ballot papers, we probably don’t know,” admits Maher.
“We don’t know,” agreed Nance.
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After Brooks claimed that Trump voters had succumbed to the “information war” of the far right, Maher pushed her back.
“Or maybe people just see the world differently,” Maher said. “I think he’s a bad leader but I don’t think it’s terrible that there is diversity in the Black community. Or in any community.”
Then, in his closing monologue, Maher appeared to further deny Nance’s personality towards Trump voters by calling for unity.
“We all should not consider each other to be blamed anymore,” Maher pleaded with viewers.