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Kamala Harris needs a 'strong black man' to win election, says MSNBC panel

'Find a prominent blue-collar, self-made, black man'

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On her MSNBC show, "AM Joy," host Joy Reid and panel talked about Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) and her prospects as a 2020 presidential candidate. The conversation took a strange turn when Tiffany Cross of "The Beat DC" indicated that Harris, who is married to a white man, needed "to find a strong, black man" to help her campaign.

"The African-American community expects more from people who look like us, particularly a candidate who represents us," Tiffany said. "She needs to find a strong, black man advocate who can be in her corner at some point in the campaign — at any space in her campaign, I would say, that's my key advice: find a prominent blue-collar, self-made, black man to be in your corner."

The discussion became even more absurd when MSNBC analyst Jason Johnson added, "Let's just be candid. When you're saying she needs to have an advocate out there, it's not going to be her [white] husband. She needs to surround herself with African-American men."

On Monday's radio program, Glenn Beck noted the glaringly racist, sexist, and "classist" language going on in this conversation.

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