Nate Silver: Trump Supporters Are 'Profoundly Evil'Chris Menahan
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During a recent podcast Nate Silver highlighted on his site, he said supporters of Donald Trump are "profoundly evil."
Here's the full conversation for context via FiveThirtyEight:
Clare Malone: It was striking that there were so many stories [this week], though perhaps not surprising for 2016. As far as processing the stories goes, let me lay out a couple of numbers. A Morning Consult poll says that 74 percent of Republicans want party officials to continue to support their nominees. I got some SurveyMonkey data last night: 81 percent of Republican women and 84 percent of Republican men are still supporting Donald Trump. And thatís despite a lot of hand-wringing in the leadership of GOP.
Farai Chideya: I definitely think thereís two separate issues here. One is this national debate thatís emerged about this behavior. And the other is about Donald Trump as an ecosystem. Heís not really a candidate anymore, heís an ecosystem with advisors, supporters, detractorsÖYou are not just a "basket of deplorables," you're "profoundly evil."
If you don't want to be ruled by crooks like Hillary Clinton who took $30 million from ISIS funding Saudi Arabia and Qatar, you're "profoundly evil."
If you don't want to be ruled by crooks like her husband who was given a $1 million dollar "birthday check" for a five minute meeting with ISIS funding Qatar, you're "profoundly evil."
I'm sure Silver's statistical analysis is just as "impartial" as his political commentary.
That he just so happened to get almost everything wrong this election and insists Donald Trump has almost no chance is pure coincidence.
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