She’ll say it again? She’s actually said this before?
Just in case you had been stupid enough to have actually taken the ragingly unintelligent and juvenile MSNBC Pundit Joy Reid seriously up until now, here’s reason enough to strip her of every last semblance of credibility you may have had for her. She had always been a childish goon who’s arguments would be laughed at on a middle school debate team, nevermind a cable news program. But these latest comments are as assinine as it gets. No wonder Chuck Todd almost got up and left NBC for good when he got word that he had been bumped off the coveted prime time anchor spot that he was up for in favor of the dumbass known as Joy Reid. The last time I went out of my way to blog about this idiot was when she referred to the Christine Blasey-Ford sexual assault allegations as her “getting runned trains on” by Kavanaugh and friends at the party where she claimed the assault took place. This was all while she gushed over now disgraced Stormy Daniels attorney Michael Avenatti. They got a real respectable crew over there at MSNBC. Marxists(Mika Brzezinski), murderers(Joe Scarborough)and plain dummy-heads(Joy Reid).
MSNBC Host Joy Reid Says Republicans Would Trade Tax Cuts for Ability to Say the N-Word
By Cassandra Fairbanks
Published March 5, 2021 at 11:40am
MSNBC host Joy Reid is getting slammed for saying that Republicans would trade tax cuts in exchange for being able to say the N-word, “like the good old days.”
Reid claimed that the right believes that they are oppressed for not being able to be “openly racist” without consequences.
‘I’ll say it again: people on the right would trade all the tax cuts for the ability to openly say the n-word like in ‘the good old days,’” Reid tweeted. “To them, not being able to be openly racist and discriminatory without consequence is oppression. Trump is the avatar for this ‘freedom.’”
Reid was immediately called out, not only for the tweet, but for claiming that she was hacked when anti-gay blog posts of hers surfaced.
The posts were from 2007 through 2009 about then-Florida Gov. Charlie Crist, whom she repeatedly mocked as “Miss Charlie” and used gay stereotypes to attack.
Perhaps Reid should take a long hard look in the mirror before throwing stones at others.