Racism Won In Florida This Week

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
In truth, DeSantis’ dog-whistle tactics not only played to the overt racist nature and fears of some Floridians, but put a spotlight on the many white voters in the state who remain casually racist and willfully ignorant of how much racial progress still needs to be made in Florida and in the U.S. as a whole.

And in case blatantly racist fearmongering weren’t enough, DeSantis and his surrogates also deployed the language of socialism as a way of casting a shadow over Gillum’s campaign. Of course, if Gillum actually were a socialist, that would be an exciting and welcomed turn in American politics for many voters. But his desire for $15 per hour minimum wage, Medicare for everyone and corporate tax hikes is hardly the stuff of Bernie Sanders, much less Trotsky.

Still, by framing Gillum as a socialist, DeSantis was able to play to the anxieties of Florida’s political exiles from places like Venezuela and Cuba, for whom socialism signals a very particular social and political reality. Through this language, he was able to frame Gillum as a shadowy outsider whose political commitments would undermine traditional (read: white) American values.

Racism Won In Florida This Week



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it is racist to point out your opponents Socialist Tenancies
 

Hijinx

Well-Known Member
In truth, DeSantis’ dog-whistle tactics not only played to the overt racist nature and fears of some Floridians, but put a spotlight on the many white voters in the state who remain casually racist and willfully ignorant of how much racial progress still needs to be made in Florida and in the U.S. as a whole.

And in case blatantly racist fearmongering weren’t enough, DeSantis and his surrogates also deployed the language of socialism as a way of casting a shadow over Gillum’s campaign. Of course, if Gillum actually were a socialist, that would be an exciting and welcomed turn in American politics for many voters. But his desire for $15 per hour minimum wage, Medicare for everyone and corporate tax hikes is hardly the stuff of Bernie Sanders, much less Trotsky.

Still, by framing Gillum as a socialist, DeSantis was able to play to the anxieties of Florida’s political exiles from places like Venezuela and Cuba, for whom socialism signals a very particular social and political reality. Through this language, he was able to frame Gillum as a shadowy outsider whose political commitments would undermine traditional (read: white) American values.

Racism Won In Florida This Week



:lmao:


it is racist to point out your opponents Socialist Tenancies
Racism was fine when it elected Obama, but it's bad to keep Gillum out.
Isn't that racism in and of itself?

What do they think gets maxine waters elected year after year?
Racism is a fact of life, used for and against political candidates for years.
Democrat have been using racism to collect the black vote for years. All of a sudden it's bad.
 
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