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As Democrats panic over minority voters abandoning them, as demonstrated by the Latino voter turnout in the recent Texas election, one MSNBC analyst has come up with a simple way to force voters back into compliance: just “scare the hell out of them.”

Appearing on “Deadline: White House” with host Nicolle Wallace, Democratic pollster Cornell Belcher urged Democrats to scare minority voters by telling them they’ll lose all their rights if Republicans win in the midterms because America will have “no democracy.”

“Campaigns, we got to give them a reason to feel they have skin in the game, that this is important to them, that losing democracy is important to them. And whether or not it be telling women that, you know what, women? You think you’re losing your rights now? What do you think is going to happen if we don’t have democracy?” Belcher warned.

“And you know, African-American men who are showing the lowest motivation to turn out in this midterm, you think things are tough for you right now? Where do you think you’re going to stand in a country, in America where there’s no democracy, where they have absolutely no interest at all in respecting your rights?” he railed. “We’ve got to let these people understand they’ve got skin in this game, and we’ve got to scare the hell out of them because quite frankly, they should be afraid that we’re going to lose our democracy.”






On “The Rubin Report” this week, BlazeTV host Dave Rubin shared a video clip of Belcher’s rediculous voter strategy and discussed how Democrats are growing more desperate as they realize that minority voters are abandoning them.

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