Why Democrats and the Media Shun ‘Ragin’ Cajun’ James Carville

Stereotypes are racist and hurtful when Republicans participate in their heightening. Still, when Democrats do it, it’s considered fun and right. No one is more naive and adept at name-calling than Democratic strategist-turned-relic pundit James Carville.

Who else do you want on your show for in-depth political analysis post State of the Union, and MSNBC didn’t disappoint. So naturally, Mr. Carville chose to use his words wisely and put forth his thoughts on changing the environmental decorum in this political tradition.

So how does he choose to characterize the Republicans in the audience at our nation’s capitol? He called them white trash.

Nothing wrong with that, right?

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A bona fide scholar

On MSNBC’s ‘The Beat,’ Carville touted his credentials while judging white Republicans.

“Well, you know, I told people I had a Ph.D. in white trashology,” says Carville. “You’ve seen white trash on display.”

Amazingly, I bet there are probably college-level courses in ‘white trashology’ albeit with fancy names. Carville focused his racist comments on Marjorie Taylor Green, the political Wicked Witch of the Right, saying the congresswoman was dressed “like white trash.”

Oh yes, please, let’s have an old white man in a beat-up polo and baseball cap provide women’s fashion commentary for television. And because he’s James Carville and he can’t help himself, he went on to offer some advice.

“She really needs a fashion mentor,” she added. “I recommend George Santos. She can do a good job of grooming where she doesn’t announce her white trashdom by her own clothes and her attitude.”

Oh my, James, is this a dig at drag queen culture? Beware, you may find yourself in hot water with your party.

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An expert on hate

Let’s not get it twisted; Although he focused on Congresswoman Greene, his comments were meant to characterize the entire Republican Party.

“The level of white trashdom in the Republican Party is astounding. I mean, anybody who’s watched it as long as I have, I’ve never seen it manifest itself at the level that it’s manifesting itself,” Carville said.

He kept comparing us to mad dogs. “We’ve got a bunch of crazy, trashy white people foaming at the mouth.”

I wonder how much MSNBC pays this dry racist to spit his hate on television. Of course, this is not the first time in recent history that he has done this.

Early last year, after the midterms, he branded Republicans dumb, with statements “They have a lot of stupid people who vote in their primaries.”

This week he described us as “rude” and “barbaric”. Granted, I’m not a fan of the theatrics during the State of the Union, but it’s not unique to the Republican Party.

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I don’t remember James calling previous Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi white trash when she ripped into President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address. And let’s not forget when President George W. Bush was president, met by a ‘chorus of boos’ during his 2004 State of the Union and shouted during the 2005 State of the Union.

Was this an example of ‘white trashdom’? Of course not! It was considered perfectly acceptable because it was the Democrats doing it.

Fox News’ Emily Compagno was right on a recent episode of Outnumbered when she said “No matter what, the Democrat Party will see everyone else as lesser than them.”

“We will never be good enough. We will never be educated enough, good enough, smooth enough, rich enough for Hillary Clinton or James Carville.”

Indeed. It was Hillary who called us all, in a strange inflection, “baskets of misery.” My favorite was from John Kerry in 2006, when he told an audience that they could be “stuck in Iraq” if they didn’t go to college.

I was actually “stuck” in an engaged position while he was joke That only dumb people who can’t make it through college join the military. Because that’s what we are to them, expendable stupid fodder.

It didn’t matter to him that many of us joined because we were, as Mr. Carville called us, “white trash” who couldn’t afford to go to college. So we had to sacrifice our lives in the service of our country and obtain higher education.

But I guess I’m a dummy with a master’s degree and no student loans.

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A look in the mirror

I will give James one thing; He was right when he said it in his white trash tirade.

“I’m a big believer that, you know, the State of the Union, I mean, nobody cares,” he said. It doesn’t change anything.”

Now that’s some expert political analysis. In an episode of Fox News, former White House press secretary Ari Fleischer took us back in time, pointing out “When Paula Jones accused Bill Clinton, James Carville’s boss, of sexual assault, a fact that Bill Clinton was guilty of, lost his law license and agreed to pay nearly $1 million in fines, James Carville said of Paula Jones that if you pull a $100 through the trailer park, it’s amazing what you get.”

Perhaps because of his extensive employment with Bill Clinton, James Carville claims he has a doctorate in white trash. Imagine the reaction if a Republican pundit used that kind of terminology to describe the First Lady.

Or better yet, what if the white word is replaced by a black word, as Fleisher posed yesterday? How is calling someone white trash not racist?

It’s not, because the Democrats do it and they can do no wrong. I like to think that after 20 years in the military working for ego-bloated elitist old men, I have a Ph.D. Among the male jackals

As an expert on misogynistic trash, I can tell you that what you see when James Carville attacks Congresswoman Greene and the Republican Party is male racist, sexist insecurity on display.

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