‘On Juneteenth’ And The Growing Diversity Of Texas | Morning Joe | MSNBC

Author and professor Annette Gordon-Reed joins Morning Joe for a continued look at the themes in her new book 'On Juneteenth,' and for a discussion on the changing face of her home state of Texas. Professor Peniel Joseph also joins the conversation.
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    1. @Josef based on state-to-state migration figures from the U.S. Census Bureau β€” net migration from California to Texas in 2018 and 2019 was between 45,000 and 50,000 people per year. (For perspective, that’s about one-tenth of 1% of California’s population.)

    2. @Josef They’re too stupid to vote in their own best interests, it’s a Liberal thing.

  1. The GOP is not the party of the majority in the country. They could careless what the voters want. Voter suppression is the only tool left in their bag of tricks.

  2. Would be hilarious if their voter suppression laws backfires and their own voters can’t vote πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

    1. They made it harder for the military to vote in FL, and the military usually learns Republican. So, good chances it will, in FL atleast.

    1. Before that happens the Q people in the GQP will call on militias to round up all the liberals (the enemy within) and murder them all.

  3. Texas is turning brown.
    And there’s absolutely nothing you can do to stop it.

    1. And then the rest of our Great Nation will follow. And you know what?
      It’s still going to be America.

    1. @TrueBlueReef “He” was the preferred “I don’t know” term in history in English. That is the equivalent of “Latino”. As time has progressed “He” has fallen from favor. “They” has increased in popularity for a generic singular pronoun. Some people insist on using “She” instead. ‘x’ is in mathematical terms a place holder for an “I don’t care” state. “Latinx” is both “Latino” and “Latina” without the masculine assumption of dominance that “Latino” has. Basically, “Latino” is being pushed to mean masculine Hispanic instead of the entire race. I’m not sure why you’d have a problem as it makes the description less ambiguous. If someone asks if there are any women in the group, that is now answerable based on the specific word used.

    2. @Ronald King Ask any person who comes from a Latin America county what they prefer (myself included) ?

  4. Texas—pls seceed from the Union and do us all a favor. We would rather make DC and PR states than to have your racism.

  5. Conservatives liking “Billy Jack” the perfect example of them walking around mis-understanding all they see and hear.

  6. Identity politics has NO place in the U.S. Don’t wanna be called an American then just leave.

  7. By attracting tech companies, Texas leaders are turning the state blue. Couple that with the largest contingent of Republican Texans are the elderly and the largest contingent of Democrats being young Hispanics, Texas will be Blue in 10 years. At that point, it’ll be impossible for any GOP presidential candidate to be elected.

  8. Sergeant Robert Justin alford green at nellis AFB Deborah freedman and Renato Santiago nelson where is my daughter Jahmela and her 4 children and what have you done to them

  9. What’s funny is how republicans of now can (try) say no we didn’t do all those horrible things it was the democrats. And ignorant people who don’t know they switched are misled.

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