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MSNBC Guest Suggest Thanksgiving Is Full Of Genocide And Racism

For months, the Democrats have tried to find ways to stop Americans from celebrating the holidays. Last year, they were mainly successful given COVID-19 and the mandates that were taking place. But now, even though Dr. Anthony Fauci was trying to suggest otherwise, Americans are going to celebrate. Although this Thanksgiving is going to be one of the most expensive in the history of the holiday thanks to the Biden administration, Americans will still gather and give thanks. And knowing that, the liberal media has recently started releasing segments and videos of how the holiday is covered in a history of – racism… 

Always one of the Democrat’s most favorite weapons, it should come as no surprise that the liberal media would attack Thanksgiving for being racist. Promoting the idea that Thanksgiving is a horrible day, MSNBC host Tiffany Cross entertained guest Gyasi Ross as he fired off a monologue about Thanksgiving racism. 

Starting off strong, Ross suggested, “The mythology of Thanksgiving closely mirrors the mythology of America. That mythology is the image that white Americans love to see of themselves.”

Ross was sure to clarify that not all Americans are racist, in fact, he noted how the left has been trying to spread the “truth?” about Thanksgiving for years. And breaking the news, Ross added that “Pilgrims did not bring turkey, sweet potato pie, or cranberries to Thanksgiving. They could not. They were broke.” 

But if they didn’t bring food, due to being broke – what did they bring? According to Ross, “Instead of bringing stuffing and biscuits, those settlers brought genocide and violence. That genocide and violence is still on the menu as state-sponsored violence against native and black Americans is commonplace, and violent, private white supremacy is celebrated and subsidized.”

And before Ross went into his list of demands, as all liberals do, he did add that “White Americans are still killing native and black Americans with no fear of reprisal.” 

As for his demands, he would like reparations for the land that was stolen and the labor that was forced. He concluded, “Return the land. Then, and only then, we can all be equally thankful.”