NBC News last night went all in for the identity politics advocacy, highlighting the numbers of women elected to the new incoming House, which was won by the Democrats. The idea of course was to paint Republicans by implication as racist and sexist, and promote Democrats as the only party of ‘inclusion.’
It’s drivel – and with NBC’s exclusion of Southern California’s first Korean-American congresswoman, Young Kim, it was obviously a selectively edited report.
Young’s problem, see, is that she’s a Republican who defeated a Democrat, and that doesn’t quite fit the “narrative.” So despite being the first Korean-American congresswoman, she got left out of the story. Take a gander at the report:
The Associated Press reports that as of yesterday at 12:05 p.m., and with 100% of the ballots counted, Kim beat her competitor, Gil Cisneros, 51.3% to 48.7%, taking 76,956 votes to her opponent’s 73,077. The New York Times reports the same. That pretty well gave CBS time to include her in.
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