Princeton Professor Says Many Americans Are “Monsters”

(TargetDailyNews.com) – Princeton professor and chair of its Center for African American Studies Eddie Glaude Jr. appeared on MSNBC’s “Deadline” to make the claim that many Americans who support Trump are also fanatical misogynists and homophobes who want to suppress the rights of women and LGBT people. He used the word “monsters” to describe his fellow Americans who do not share his far-left ideology.

Anchor Nicolle Wallace was quick to agree, reminding viewers that “Trump won” the 2016 election. She quipped that Trump’s “only path to winning” is to rile up “xenophobia” while ignoring the fact that millions of foreigners have illegally entered the country during Biden’s administration, leading to a scarcity of resources and jobs.

Both Glaude and Wallace ignored the impact of criminal activity causing the deaths of Americans. They also left child trafficking out of the discussion entirely despite whistleblower reports that children coming over the border are being actively trafficked by U.S. agencies.

Glaude claimed that the American monster is “in the mirror,” suggesting that wide swaths of Americans would be fine reversing women’s rights or LGBT rights without any evidence other than the popularity of Trump himself.

Author of “Democracy in Black: How Race Still Enslaves the American Soul,” Glaude comes to the table with a heavy leftist bias and specific animosity toward conservatives. He’s frequently tapped by MSNBC, Time magazine, and Meet the Press to pepper the discourse with claims like white supremacy is alive and well.

He’s claimed Sen. Tommy Tuberville’s (R-AL) campaign to block military promotions as his personal protest against the use of American military resources to allow women in the military to travel to get an abortion was “racist and stupid.” He further characterized Tuberville as a “white nationalist.”

Glaude has admitted that race is very important to him and he believes we need to emphasize racial differences between groups of people. He’s defended cancel culture, and believes certain political opinions demand “accountability.”

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