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Southeners are discriminated against in the US

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Submitted by Dave (United States), Nov 4, 2021 at 13:02

Prashant,
Here we have the Mason-Dixon line, and I can assure you from vast personal experience that northern liberals have total contempt for southeners. We may be the same race, but we're thought of as tobacco-chewing, gun-toting rednecks whose very existence justifies emergency sessions with your kids on Critical Race Theory. Not too condescending, eh?

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