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Williams Worries ‘The Texas Brand’ Will Spread Like Jim Crow

Republicans in Texas are doing what Red State Republicans can expect 11 p.m.‘S Brian Williams is very worried. At a news conference on MSNBC on Friday, Williams feared that the “Texas brand” would spread to other states, as Jim Crow did.

To present his point, Williams began reading an article in Charles Blow New York Times, “When Jim Crow was first founded, it spread from state to state like a contagious disease. Every subsequent state learned lessons from its predecessors. Mississippi was the vanguard of the first Jim Crow, and perhaps the foremost force in Texas.”

Addressing the University of Texas, Professor Victoria Defrancesco Soto, Williams called this new and accused Jim Crow the “Texas brand”, where abortion is tightened, abortion, mask, no problem, no vaccine, no problem. If you want to carry a gun, we do not mind. “

in the Now The article, read by Williams, denounces Bloo for considering a bill that would require athletes in Texas to compete against athletes of their sexual orientation. With all that in mind, Williams Defrancesco asked Soto, “Is there any clue that this is being exported to other red states in Texas?”

Defrancisco Soto agreed that Texas could look to other states for inspiration, because that’s how the federal system works, but your point is that the Bryans, state democratic rights, as petty-democratic rights are being curtailed. So annoying. “

She added another to Williams’ grievance list against Texas:

… Throughout the entire tragedy of voter integrity bills or vote restrictions, I never lost focus on redistribution because I was really afraid of this, because in an ideal world where we have no voting limits we were able to knock them out Falling down, we always knew that once we got to the session we were going to draw Latin, African-American and color communities. One quick example of this. In Texas, 95% of the species we saw in Texas grew by type communities. Not a single majority-minority district has been added to the latest maps approved by the Texas State Senate. Instead we have seen the habit of breaking.

Cracking is a form Gerry MandarinWhen Republicans do that, the media only sees it as a threat to democracy.

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Here is a transcript of the October 15 exhibition:

MSNBC

11th Hours with Brian Williams

11:32 p.m. E.T.

Brian Williams: That’s what Charles Blow has to say about Texas in his latest book. New York Times We quote, “When Jim Crow was first founded, it spread from state to state like a contagious disease. Every subsequent state learns lessons from its predecessors. Mississippi was one of Jim Crow’s vanguard states. Texas may be the vanguard of the next place. ”

Professor Victoria Defrancesco Soto and Bill Crystal are still with us. Professor, it is a pity that you have joined us from Texas to educate the young mind. We start this section with you. So, these days we are all familiar with the Texas brand. Tighten voting, abortion, mask, problem, vaccination or getting a problem. If you want to carry a gun, we do not mind. Is there any clue that this will take the lead in exporting to other red states in Texas?

Photo by Victoria Difrancesco: Absolutely. We have seen it for hundreds of years, the breeding of that kingdom that Charles Blow spoke of. Colonies for better or worse are the laboratory of democracy, aren’t they? So, this is where you can try a new policy, give it a try and other states are going to get it. But in this case, as you can see, Bryan, we see states as a laboratory that curtails democratic rights, small D democratic rights, and it is troublesome. One of the things Sheila Jackson Lee mentioned in her clip was the issue of redistribution. Throughout the whole tragedy of voter integrity bills or vote restrictions, I never lost my focus on redistribution because this was really what I feared, because even in an ideal world where we have no voting limits, we were able to bring them down. , We always knew that after we came to a session we were going to draw maps of Latinos, African-Americans and color communities. One quick example of this. In Texas, 95% of the species we saw in Texas grew by type communities. The latest maps approved by the Texas State Senate do not include a single district with a minority majority. Instead we have seen the habit of breaking. What we have seen is that a Latin man and an Asian institution in the suburbs of Dallas have broken up. So, even though you have the right to vote, we know it’s limited, and it really worries me that there is no community interested in translating this for me, and this is a concern because it will remain so for at least the next ten years.

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