Brand New Study Says Majority Of Voters Think US Society Is Racist

Liberals are probably feeling very proud of themselves after seeing the results from a brand new poll conducted that says the vast majority of voters in the United States actually think that our society here in America is full on racist.

See? When someone pumps a narrative long enough, hard enough, and consistently enough, folks begin to believe it is true. Kids are brainwashed to believe America is racist. They then hear that message from Hollywood as they grow up, and then they are blasted by it from the evening news. It’s an echo chamber with no other point of view presented or even tolerated.

Here’s more from The Washington Examiner:

Since the May 25 death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody, a Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll found 71% of respondents believe race relations are either very or fairly bad, 60% say they believe black people face discrimination, and over half said the same of Hispanics.

Ninety percent of Democrats said black people are discriminated against, whereas only 26% of Republicans said the same. Four-in-5 Democrats and 30% of Republicans said they believe U.S. society is racist.

As for the protests against police brutality and racial inequality sparked by Floyd’s death, 57% of respondents said they supported the demonstrations, and 58% said they became more concerned with racial inequality because of the protests.

Want to guess what else has been impacted by this constant messaging put forth by CNN and other fake news flunkies? Apparently, the tide of public opinion is changing concerning the whole athletes kneeling during the National Anthem thing too. More than half of voters said that doing this action is an appropriate form of protest.

Compare that to the 43 percent of individuals who agreed with it back in 2018. They’ve worn down a lot of folks with the constant preaching. And of course, when you compare taking a knee during the National Anthem to violent rioting it easily seems “acceptable.” This is a strategy called the “Overton Window.”

You should look into it if you’ve never heard of it before.

The poll asked 900 registered voters between July 9-12 for this survey. The margin of error is plus or minus 3.27 percent.