A comment seen at the NY Times
There was a NY Times upshot article praising the Bernie Sanders ad (hat tip @Steve_Sailer ). There I read the top-most-featured comment:
I don’t watch television so I had never seen the Bernie Sanders ad until now. I think it’s immensely offensive: there must be several hundred people shown in this ad, and I see four fleeting images of African-American faces and one possibly Asian-American. His America is definitely not mine, and I wouldn’t want to live in his.
For what it’s worth, I’m an over-60 white female Democrat, and I have spent all but one year of my life living in cities. The one year I tried living in the country, I felt I was living in Ghostville: all I could see were middle class white faces. So I fled back to MY America, where I see and live with all manner of colors and classes, people of poverty and people with Ph.D.s; Jews, Christians, Muslims, Black Muslims, Hindus and people of no faith.
I believe the commenter is correct, the ad intentionally did what she claimed it did, show almost only white people.
Could Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump be closer to each other than the mainstream media realizes?
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I personally think it was an awesome ad.