WATCH: Buttigieg Attempts To Explain How Voting For Trump Means Ignoring Racism

Townhall | 8/18/2019 | Staff
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During Saturday morning's "State of the Union" on CNN, host Jake Tapper asked 2020 presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg about President Donald Trump's so-called "racism."

"Do you think it's a racist act to cast a vote for President Trump in 2020?" Tapper asked.

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"At best it means looking the other way on racism," Buttigieg replied. "You look at what he said in that rally. You got no choice but to vote for him. And if you look at the numbers, basically what he's saying is, 'Alright. I want you to look the other way on the race issue, tolerate the negativity, accept the instability of my administration because I'm going to deliver, for you, job growth almost as good as the Obama years.' That's what his argument amounts to right now and it's part of the reason why he's unpopular."

Democrats like Buttigieg need to get off their high horse. Americans are tired of Democrats acting like they're morally superior to conservatives. We're tired of being told that having conservative values somehow conflates us with Hitler and the Nazis.

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They also need to realize there's a difference between "white supremacy" and "nationalism."

There is absolutely nothing wrong with being a patriotic person who loves this...
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