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Funny how there wasn’t all the hair-pulling about ‘suppression’ back in 2012 when turnout was down among white working class voters — when white people don’t show up at the polls, it’s just considered not showing up at the polls.

There’s a strong sense of both entitlement and condescension coming from the prog-left regarding minority votes; entitlement, as if the progs are somehow owed those votes and condescension, as if minorities are somehow too childlike and not to be trusted to make the same decision that millions of white people make every election: namely, to simply not vote.

Hate to break it to you, but the main thing that ‘suppressed’ minority votes was Hillary’s overweening unpleasantness as a candidate.

Maybe the Dems who fixed the primary process in her favor should be charged with a civil rights violation?

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