The left insists all Trump supporters are white, mullet-adorned, Neo-Nazis. Thus it’s no surprise liberal reporters assume the reason why Trump voters don’t care about the Russia collusion conspiracy is because they’re too stupid to understand it. Because, according to them, conservatives are dullards with cigarette ashes for brains (see SJU Professor Goes Full Stupid: “People WILL DIE Because of White Trump Voters…”).
On MSNBC Wednesday morning, Hallie Jackson wanted to bring a different voice to the conversation by interviewing Donald Trump voters in Central Virginia. Joining her was Washington Post White House Correspondent Ashley Parker, who suggested that difficult and hard-to-pronounce Russian names were alienating Trump country voters from the story.
Jackson talked about her recent trip to Virginia and said she was surprised about how unconcerned voters there were with the Trump Jr. meeting.
After that, Jackson asked Parker, if reporters should stop reporting on the Russia meeting.
“No, the reporters report on news and are going to continue to uncover that, but I do think it is worth remembering in the beltway…what doesn’t matter to voters. And in a way it’s understandable that Russia is not the most trenchant issue, it’s not related to their day to day lives, if they can drop their kids at daycare, if they can put food on the table, and it’s very complicated. These names are incredibly hard to pronounce, there’s lots of confusing connections, there’s now eight people, they dripped out one by one, I mean there is not an easy narrative to take stock of.”
In case you haven’t noticed, the left is more obsessed with Russia than a fat feminist is with attractive women. See PROPAGANDA: CA Assemblyman Wants to Teach Students Russia ‘Hand-Picked’ Donald Trump and CNN’s Alisyn Camerota Pushes Trump/Russia Conspiracy. John Sununu Wrecks Her Face! It’s all the rage with anti-Trump media. Upon seeing certain folks don’t care to hear any more fake reports or anonymous sources, the left has resorted to accusing their uninterested audience of being too dumb to understand it anyway.
Here’s another idea for these sniveling media sphincters to chew on. Maybe the collusion story is the one that belongs in special ed class. Perhaps those who are uninterested are simply normal humans who see the Russia narrative as an obsessive fantasy. You know, people who don’t have time to fabricate stories and drown themselves in “what ifs.” On account of them having actual jobs and all. An alien concept for many a leftist, I’m sure.