After years of accusing white people of racism on her show and promoting genocide against whites, MSNBC suddenly fired far-left host Tiffany Cross on Friday.
Cross is the perfect spokeswoman for the modern-day Democrat Party.
It can be recalled that Cross labeled the 4th of July “Independence Day for white men” and compared Trump voters to “colonizing slave owners.”
Tiffany Cross: And so here we are celebrating the birth of a nation, independence for white men at a site described by one native American activists as “a symbol of white supremacy.” Trump choosing Mount Rushmore for a 4th of July campaign stop is just like when he chose Tulsa, the site of the 1921 massacre against black Americans, for his Juneteenth weekend rally. It’s that cool, tired and familiar jab to black, brown and indigenous people that makes the shrinking MAGA voter feel as big as a 60-foot face of a colonizing slave owner.”
She also attacked white truckers as aggressive, dangerous drivers who overwhelmingly voted for Trump.
Cross said there’s a lot of racism in the trucking industry because it’s mainly white men over the age of 55.
She also said Republicans are going to “cheat” in the midterm elections because no one likes their policies.
“They know their policies are trash. They know they can’t win elections on merit,” Cross said on Saturday.
Tucker Carlson called out MSNBC for allowing Tiffany Cross to broadcast open race hate and suggesting genocide to white people
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MSNBC chose not to renew Cross’ contract and severed all connections with her immediately.
Tiffany Cross, the MSNBC weekend host who was known for running the freewheeling Saturday commentary program “Cross Connection,” is leaving the NBCUniversal-owned cable-news outlet.
MSNBC decided not to renew Cross’ contract after two years, according to one of these people, and severed ties with her immediately. A rotating group of anchors will lead her weekend hours until a replacement is found, and the production staff assigned to her show are believed to be likely to stay in place.
There has been speculation that Cross’ relationship with MSNBC was becoming frayed, according to two of these people, with executives at the network growing concerned about the anchor’s willingness to address statements made by cable-news hosts on other networks and indulging in commentary executives felt did not meet the standards of MSNBC or NBC News.