Trump supporter defines socialism: It’s when ‘white people’ bring down their own race

In a video published by the progressive news outlet The Young Turks, reporter Emma Vigeland approached a Trump supporter to ask her why she thinks presidential candidate Joe Biden is a socialist, and her answer was quite a thing to behold.

Vigeland asked the woman, who was sporting a red MAGA hat, if she thinks Biden is a socialist.

“Yes,” the woman replied.

“How would you define socialism?” Vigeland asked.

“I define socialism — when you bring down your own country, your own race, because he’s not black,” the woman responded, referring to Biden.

Vigeland tried to get her to clarify what exactly she meant.

“He doesn’t he look at himself in the mirror?” the woman said. “That’s what I look at. Hey — you talk about the white people? And look at you! And you know why I don’t like him? I’ll tell you why I don’t like him. He’s got a big ego. He thinks he’s better than God.”

At that point, Vigeland reminded the woman that Trump once said he could shoot someone in the middle of Fifth Avenue and not lose one voter, but the woman insisted the quote was “fake news,” despite the fact that video of Trump’s words is all over the internet.

“He did say that,” Vigeland said.

“No he didn’t,” the woman declared.

“It’s on tape!” the TYT reporter reminded her.

“Nope. I don’t believe it. Nope — that’s fake.”

Later in the segment, Vigeland asked the woman if any candidates in the Democratic field appeal to her.

“Liars!” she shot back.

“And then you, yourself, won’t have a country,” she continued. “Keep believing all these liars, and you yourself will be out of your country. Socialism doesn’t work wherever it goes.

Vigeland then asked her once again why she thinks Biden is a socialist.

“Because he’s all about the money … It’s all about the power, all about the money.”

“Trump’s a billionaire,” Vigeland countered.

“Yes, and so is Joe Biden,” the woman incorrectly stated.

Watch the video below:

Featured image via screen grab

Sky Palma

Before launching DeadState back in 2012, Sky Palma has been blogging about politics, social issues and religion for over a decade. He lives in Los Angeles and also enjoys Brazilian jiu jitsu, chess, music and art.