• pisher

    Asked and answered.

    Not all Republicans are bigots, but it’s harder and harder for non-bigots to have any real influence in the party. Appeals for tolerance, unity, are increasingly ignored, even jeered as ‘political correctness’. The few non-whites/non-Christians of any prominence in the party mainly double down on this exclusionist rhetoric, just trying to fit in.

    I think they’re increasingly inclined to just give up on reaching blacks and Latinos, figuring whites are still the overwhelming majority, will be for decades to come, and if they can just make white people scared enough of everybody else (and a future in which they themselves will be just another minority), they can hold onto power a long time.

    They better not be right.

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