The Iowa caucuses were held Monday night and the results were an overwhelming victory for former President Donald Trump. Former president Trump further improved on his margins all across the state compared to the 2016 caucuses, winning all but one of Iowa’s counties and 87 percent of the state’s 1,657 precincts. He finished more than 30 points ahead of his closest rivals, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, according to Politico.


With the huge win for the former President, one news outlet refused to broadcast his victory speech and then went on to say the reason why Donald Trump won was because of "White Christians". Which news outlet you ask? MSNBC anchor Rachel Maddow. Maddow, while covering the Iowa caucus, refused to broadcast the Former President. She stated during her show:

The reason I’m saying this is, of course, there is a reason that we and other news organizations have generally stopped giving an unfiltered, live platform to remarks by former President Trump. It is not out of spite, it is not a decision we relish, it is a decision that we regularly revisit.


To make matters worse, MSNBC host Joy Reid responded to former President Trump's victory at the Iowa Caucuses Monday by condemning "White Christians" who support him. Reid went on to say,

All the things that we think about, about electability, about what are people gaming out, but none of that matters when you believe that God has given you this country, that it is yours, and that everyone who is not a White, conservative Christian is a fraudulent American, is a less real American. Then you don’t care about electability. You care about what God has given you. Joy Reid/FOX News

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Let's define Christianity according to Britannica: Christianity is a major religion stemming from the life, teachings, and death of Jesus of Nazareth. It has become the largest of the world's religions and, geographically, the most widely diffused of all faiths. With more than two billion believers of all races and areas ... not just in Iowa.

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