MUST WATCH: MSNBC Host Panics Seeing Larry Elder’s Popularity!

Source: MSNBC

MSNBC’s Race Lady aka Joy Reid went into a full-blown commie mode and couldn’t hide her contempt for conservative radio host Larry Elder who is running to replace the incumbent California governor Gavin Newsom in the upcoming recall election.

She expressed her concerns that if Elder won this recall and was elected the governor of California, it would turn California into “super Texas”

“The thing that’s keeping me up–a lot is keeping me up lately but the thing really keeping me up is the idea of a super Texas in California. Larry Elder being governor of California means that in theory if Dianne Feinstein were to retire he could replace her, probably with Stephen Miller in the United States Senate. All that could be wrong, and just unleashing COVID to run rampant through the population of 39.5 million people.”

Her guest, Democrat Congresswoman Karen Bass from California followed with her similar concerns that the forever blue state turning red. And claimed that “he [Elder] has built his career attacking the black community”

Reid agreed with this and called Larry Elder “male version of Candace Owens” and followed with:

“They are amped up to turn California into a super Texas or a super Florida, which would essentially tank the economy of California, cause a health crisis, destroy climate change, any attempts to stop climate change. I mean it would be a nightmare.”

Nancy Pelosi’s daughter Christine Pelosi was also a guest in this segment along with Karen Bass. Pelosi added to Reid’s remarks:

“We need to reform this process because if it is their new strategy, we need to stop it dead in its tracks.”

This is not the first time that an MSNBC host is appearing scared of Larry Elder’s popularity. Just like many in the mainstream media, MSNBC is offering full-blown support to Gavin Newsom and is defending his policies despite all the damage that it has caused to the state of California.

What do you make of the mainstream media’s concern with Larry Elder’s growing popularity? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

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