Liberal MSNBC host Tiffany Cross blasted Republican members of Congress as “White supremacists” on Saturday, someday after a Wisconsin jury acquitted Kenosha shooter Kyle Rittenhouse.

Cross, host of “The Cross Connection,” particularly took goal at U.S. Reps. Matt Gaetz of Florida and Paul Gosar of Arizona, reported. Her feedback got here throughout a dialog with The Nation journalist Elie Mystal, who was additionally crucial of the GOP.

During the dialog, Cross referred to 18-year-old Rittenhouse as “this little murderous White supremacist,” despite the fact that the jury agreed Rittenhouse acted in self-defense final yr when he shot three people, killing two, and that each one three people he shot, like Rittenhouse, have been White.


Cross stated she took problem with Gaetz and Gosar providing to rent Rittenhouse as a congressional intern after the trial concluded, claiming the Republicans have been celebrating the end result of the trial.

“I find these people disgusting, Elie,” Cross advised her visitor, according to Mediaite. “I’m disgusted at what I’m seeing.”

“I find these people disgusting. … I’m disgusted at what I’m seeing.”

— MSNBC’s Tiffany Cross

MSNBC host Tiffany Cross.

MSNBC host Tiffany Cross.
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“Welcome to the modern Republican Party,” Mystal responded. “This is what these people want, and this is what a majority of White people vote for.”

Later, he claimed “a majority of White people” have been in favor of violence, and asserted that was mirrored within the candidates and judges that almost all supported with their votes.

“This is what they want,” Mystal stated, in response to Mediaite. “Matt Gaetz is giving the White folks what they want.”

Cross, 42, a local of Cleveland, is a former CNN staffer who wrote the July 2020 ebook, “Say It Louder: Black Voters, White Narratives, and Saving Our Democracy.”

Earlier this month, she accused the U.S. trucking business of hiring largely White, male drivers and complained that the majority voted for former President Trump.

During the Rittenhouse trial, Mystal, a local of Haiti, referred to Judge Bruce Schroeder as a “biased, racist judge” who was “trying to get Rittenhouse a walk.”