Trump voters are going to be furious when they see this book and what the liberal elites really think about them

Mar 7, 2024

The liberal elite establishment doesn’t think much about hard-working Americans.

Now, this new book exposes their hatred in no uncertain terms.

And Trump voters are going to be furious when they see this book and what the liberal elites really think about them.

The authors of the book aimed at white Americans in the heartland and dragged them through the mud.

The book called “White Rural Rage: The Threat to American Democracy” is not only downright racist but exposes the hatred the liberal elites have for Trump supporters.

The book labels white rural voters as the most perilous “geodemographic” group in the United States.

Professor Thomas Schaller and journalist Paul Waldman, the authors, are trying to convince the public that these voters pose a significant danger to democracy and harbor deeply concerning views.

“White rural voters are the most racist, xenophobic, anti-immigrant, anti-gay, geodemographic group in the country,” Schaller boldly proclaimed during an appearance on MSNBC.

“They don’t believe in democracy. They’re most likely to excuse or justify violence as an acceptable alternative to peaceful public discourse.”

Waldman echoed Schaller’s sentiments, attributing their support for former President Donald Trump to economic grievances and a sense of abandonment by the political establishment.

“We’ve seen a lot of manufacturing jobs leave from rural areas,” Waldman stated to MSNBC.

“That kind of left them open to someone like Donald Trump who would come along and tell them something that was true, that there is a system that has not served them well.”

Their remarks were met with immediate skepticism and backlash from conservative commentators and social media users.

Political commentator Jenna Ellis questioned the comparison to South Africa, while a TikTok influencer highlighted the struggles faced by rural communities, suggesting that elitist narratives fail to capture their reality.

Meanwhile, Manhattan Institute senior fellow Christopher Rufo criticized the title of the book, “White Rural Rage,” sarcastically remarking on X, “So you just took the phrase’ white rage’ and added ‘rural’ in the middle of it? 1/10 for creativity, Paul.”

The portrayal of White rural voters as a threat to democracy has ignited a fierce debate about the role of identity politics and elitism in shaping public discourse.

While some argue that these voters are victims of economic neglect and political disenfranchisement, others contend that labeling an entire demographic as dangerous only serves to deepen societal divisions.

As the political landscape continues to evolve, the demonization of White rural voters underscores the lengths the Left is willing to go to in order to keep everyday Americans out of the election process.

Rather than resorting to divisive rhetoric, perhaps it is time to bridge the gap between urban and rural America and address the underlying grievances that fuel discontent.

In the end, democracy thrives when all voices are heard and respected, regardless of geography or political affiliation.

It is up to each of us to reject the politics of fear and division and work towards a more inclusive and united future for all Americans.

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