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MSNBC: ‘Pajama Boy’ Is an ‘Emblem of an Increasingly Non-White Electorate’

At MSNBC, Adam Serwer assembles a meaningless word salad in a rather desperate attempt to transmute conservative mockery of Pajama Boy into something sinister. One part, however, is especially hilarious:

Conservatives are calling Pajama Boy a symbol of Obama supporters’ un-American dependence on government, but at this point he’s more of a vehicle for conservatives to express their anxiety about losing wars, political and cultural. For them, Pajama Boy is yet another emblem of an increasingly non-white electorate . . .

This is Pajama Boy. Real name, Ethan Krupp:

Okay, Adam. And I am an emblem of an increasingly native-born Hispanic population.

Elsewhere, Serwer misquotes me, suggesting that I called Pajama Boy “carefully ambi-racial.” As anyone who can read will see, I in fact said this about Adriana, the former Healthcare.gov model.