Citing no one, Tom Brokaw says he has heard from Republicans that they are concerned about having “brown grand babies.”
Video: @TomBrokaw warns opposition to more Hispanics in U.S. fueled by intolerant Republicans. “I hear, when I push people a little harder, ‘I don’t know whether I want brown grand babies.’” #MTP pic.twitter.com/sNJ8lxRcm3
— Brent Baker (@BrentHBaker) January 27, 2019
What people, Tom?
Why won't @tombrokaw name these people who've told him this? Why is he hanging around with and protecting them, if they exist? And why is @chucktodd having an accused sexual harasser on @MeetThePress in the first place? https://t.co/iUXJkylqCk
— Derek Hunter (@derekahunter) January 27, 2019
Or is this another attempt to project the racism of identity politics that the Democratic Party has perfected.
Move over "what a woke 4-year-old told me" progressives and make room for "What elderly Republicans are telling Tom Brokaw." https://t.co/pgZte7pB6Y
— Doug Powers (@ThePowersThatBe) January 27, 2019
Perry Mason once told me that if I was his opposing counsel, he'd settle the case for nothing. https://t.co/5JdC4QvAni
— Mo Mo (@molratty) January 27, 2019
— Fusilli Spock (@awstar11) January 27, 2019
Other things Brokaw said during his diatribe:
Hispanics will “all be Democrats.”
“The Hispanics should work harder at assimilation.”
“They ought not to be just codified in their communities.”
1. Republicans are less likely to be racist than democrats.
2. Most racists I have encountered are not that honest about it.
— (((Aaron Worthing))) (@AaronWorthing) January 27, 2019
— Fiona McCool (@fiona_mccool) January 27, 2019