Sunday, March 3, 2024

Former RNC Chair Compares Trump Supporters to Blood Sucking Parasites on MSNBC

'Look at the language he is using to describe the GOP base — we’re now lower than vermin. We’re lice, fleas, and blood-sucking ticks...'

(Ezekiel Loseke, Headline USA) Michael Steele, RINO and former Republican National Committee Chair, compared Trump supporters to blood sucking parasites while appearing in his role as an MSNBC analyst.

Steele was joined by another RINO, Nicole Wallace’s (former George W. Bush Communications Director) show “Deadline: White House,” per Fox News. Wallace led Steele into his comments by suggesting that Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy’s, R-Calif., “total capitulation” to former President Donald Trump would produce “devastating consequences” if Republicans took back the House of Representative in the 2022 election.

Steele, responding to Wallace’s comments, began an assault on McCarthy and Trump supporters. Steele argued that McCarthy had not adequately learned from former Republican Speakers, “who’ve all been thrown out by their Republican caucus.” Steele pointed out that the last three Republican speakers have been purged from the Republican party.  Steele concluded that, “So McCarthy is now next in line with a base that is prepared to throw him out should they allow him to be Speaker.”

Steele, doing his best Judas Iscariot impression, then turned to Trump supporters. He said, “Kevin has decided to make his bed and is prepared to lie down with the lice, the fleas and the blood-sucking ticks. And whatever befalls him is going to come from that relationship — And unfortunately for the country, we’re going to have to bear the brunt of it.”

Breitbart News highlighted the importance of this language. It wrote, “Look at the language he is using to describe the GOP base — we’re now lower than vermin. We’re lice, fleas, and blood-sucking ticks. And naturally, the hideous Nicolle Wallace said nothing because that sort of Nazi-style dehumanization is not only acceptable at MSNBC, it is encouraged.”

This falls in line with Fox News host Tucker Carlson’s recent monologue explaining MSNBC’s open hatred of white people, arguing that MSNBC is imitating Rwanda’s pre-genocidal racial hate, and targeting white people. Carlson made it clear, “you don’t want to live in Rwanda.”

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