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Indignant Over GOP Win in Virginia, ‘View’ Blames White Ladies Afraid of ‘Historical past’

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A surefire signal that you simply’re dropping an argument is when you resort to personally attacking your opponent. After Democrats misplaced in Virginia’s gubernatorial election final evening, the media has pulled out the race card from 2016, saying that the Republican candidate gained due to racist whites (though Republicans additionally elected the primary black feminine lieutenant governor.) 

That pity social gathering continued on The View Wednesday the place they mentioned the Virginia race. For the second day in a row, the liberal co-hosts shouted down their conservative visitor host, NFL reporter Michele Tafoya, for pushing again on their DNC speaking factors about Vital Race Concept and schooling.

Tafoya started by assessing the economic system was probably the most essential points transferring voters to vote for Republicans. “33% of voters popping out of these votes mentioned economic system was their primary alternative. That was primary. It is the economic system,” she acknowledged.

However the liberal hosts didn’t wish to concede that the GOP had a successful message. Pleasure Behar argued Democrat candidate Terry McAuliffe had been damage by Democrats in Washington unable to get Biden’s agenda achieved, which disenchanted liberal voters. 

Sara Haines dismissed the flip from blue to crimson as a result of this had been a pattern after a presidential election for many years in Virginia. She additionally griped that Trump being banned off of social media might have helped Republican Glenn Youngkin: “The issue is, they are saying which may have helped, as a result of with out him not being proper there, and folks associating the Republican ticket with Trump, they  have been capable of keep discreet.”

However Sunny Hostin bitterly complained Trump was “very current” within the election. Utterly faraway from actuality, she additionally claimed Democrats didn’t put sufficient effort into convincing voters that CRT wasn’t “actual” (see how wrong she is on that here.)

SUNNY HOSTIN: I really suppose it did stick. I really suppose Trump was very current. I feel he made a whole lot of cellphone requires Youngkin and I feel Youngkin was cautious to not point out Trump by title however he was Trump all in and for those who have a look at the exit polls, 57% really of white girls voted for Youngkin, very like 55% of white girls voted for Trump over Hillary Clinton and what they mentioned in the course of the exit polls was that CRT was their most urgent concern. 

TAFOYA: 33% mentioned the economic system. 

SUNNY HOSTIN: Yeah however 55% is much more than 33%. 

TAFOYA: Of these girls, however not of complete voters.

HOSTIN: I feel what’s fascinating is that, you realize, Democrats will not be good with the messaging that CRT is pretend. 

BEHAR: It does not exist within the college system. It is in legislation college. Solely. 

Tafoya went on to argue with Whoopi Goldberg again over whether or not CRT-like materials was being taught to children at school. Regardless of really having seen this firsthand along with her personal children, Whoopi and Hostin once more advised Tafoya that CRT wasn’t taught in colleges.

Goldberg insisted conservatives simply wished to cover the nation’s historical past of racism: “You can’t put in a special title, you possibly can’t faux we did not undergo this,” she sneered.

Hostin backed her up. “It was a racial reckoning,” she mentioned, referring to the George Floyd riots and opposition to CRT. 

However Tafoya identified it was the left who wished to erase historical past.

“Nobody is pretending [slavery didn’t happen],” she shot again. “In truth I feel after we whitewash historical past by eliminating sure names, statues and folks and Laura Ingalls Wilder references then we overlook,” she argued. ABC tried to chop her off by taking part in exit music. However Hostin nonetheless was given the house to repeat her nasty assertions a Republican gained due to racism:

HOSTIN: I think that the 57% of white girls that voted for Youngkin do wish to faux that it didn’t occur they usually don’t need their white youngsters —

TAFOYA: I wouldn’t suspect that of these girls, that’s not true.

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Learn the transcript under:

The View

11/3/21

MICHELE TAFOYA:  …And I feel it is the economic system, silly. I feel somebody mentioned that after. I did not coin that phrase. However  It’s. 33% of voters popping out of these votes mentioned economic system was their primary alternative. That was primary. Its the economic system.

TAFOYA: Nicely they actually tried. I imply Biden talked about him like 25 occasions in a ten minute speech and it nonetheless didn’t stick.

SUNNY HOSTIN: I really suppose it did stick. I really suppose Trump was very current. I feel he made a whole lot of cellphone requires Youngkin and I feel Youngkin was cautious to not point out Trump by title however he was Trump all in and for those who have a look at the exit polls, 57% really of white girls voted for Youngkin, very like 55% of white girls voted for Trump over Hillary Clinton and what they mentioned in the course of the exit polls was that CRT was their most urgent concern. 

TAFOYA: 33% mentioned the economic system. 

SUNNY HOSTIN: Yeah however 55% is much more than 33%. 

TAFOYA: Of these girls, however not of complete voters.

HOSTIN: I feel what’s fascinating is that, you realize, Democrats will not be good with the messaging that CRT is pretend. 

BEHAR: It does not exist within the college system. It is in legislation college. Solely. 

WHOOPI GOLDBERG: Hear, if individuals wish to know what’s being taught in your college, go over to the college, get an thought of the curriculum as a result of they’re going to give it to you. They are going to present you something you wish to know. 

MICHELE TAFOYA: and Whoopi, additionally individuals have been watching their children on-line all through the pandemic. They heard a whole lot of this and recorded a whole lot of this. It might not precisely what CRT is, however there was a whole lot of racialized educating — I am not speaking about educating slavery, right here. That’s high quality, that is all good. 

GOLDBERG: You bear in mind what occurred in the course of the pandemic. I feel George Floyd occurred in the course of the pandemic. 

TAFOYA: In my hometown. 

GOLDBERG: And that is why individuals have been speaking about — 

HOSTIN: It was a racial reckoning. 

GOLDBERG: Race. There was an entire bunch of stuff occurring. 

MICHELE TAFOYA: I hate to interrupt it to you, with two younger children at school however it’s been occurring earlier than, lengthy earlier than George Floyd. 

GOLDBERG: I’ll let you know this, I hate to interrupt it to you, that most faculties that I’m conscious of have tried to show the historical past of how this nation has — 

TAFOYA: Completely. And it ought to. Good, dangerous and ugly, they need to.

GOLDBERG: You can’t put in a special title, you possibly can’t faux we did not undergo this. So in the course of the pandemic–

TAFOYA” Nobody is pretending that although. Nobody is pretending. Nobody is pretending. My second grade report was on slavery and the abolition of slavery, I imply, it is being taught to my children. Nobody is pretending it did not occur. 

[ABC plays exit music]

TAFOYA: In truth I feel after we whitewash historical past by eliminating sure names, and statues and folks and Laura Ingalls Wilder references then we overlook. We have to study 

HOSTIN: I think that the 57% of white girls that voted for Youngkin do wish to faux that it didn’t occur they usually don’t need their white youngsters —

TAFOYA: I wouldn’t suspect that of these girls, that’s not true.