MSNBC host Joy Reid doubled down on her mean girl tactics and disingenuously compared the Kyle Rittenhouse trial to Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation in her latest attack on white males that many see as pure, vitriolic racism.
She tore into Rittenhouse during a TikTok video on Tuesday as the jury was deliberating his fate. The jurors would later adjourn for the day and prepare to resume deliberations on Wednesday.
“This Kyle Rittenhouse trial… it reminded a lot of people of something… something, can’t remember what. Oh! The Brett Kavanaugh hearings in which Brett Kavanaugh, who had been accused by a high school friend of committing sexual abuse of her, cried his way through the hearings to make him a permanent member, an associate justice of the United States Supreme Court,” Reid callously alleged.
“And his tears turned out to be more powerful than the tears of Christine Blasey Ford, which were the tears of an alleged victim. But in America, there’s a thing about both white vigilantism and white tears, particularly male white tears. Really, white tears in general because that’s what Karens are, right? They Karen-out and soon as they get caught… they bring waterworks. White men can get away with that too and it has the same effect,” she accusingly stated.
There is no mainstream “journalist” more racist than Joy Reid. https://t.co/qrdWE7l5OX
— Dave Rubin (@RubinReport) November 17, 2021
“Even as the right tries to politicize the idea that masculinity is being robbed from American men by multi-culturalism and wokism, they still want to be able to have their tears,” Reid caustically concluded.
“The Spectator” contributing editor Stephen Miller hit the nail on the head over Reid’s racist spewing by resurrecting her less-than-honest history in an astute tweet, “6 years from now Joy Reid will be telling everyone her TikTok was hacked by homophobic time travelers and demanding the FBI investigate.”
Fox News’ Mark Levin was extremely blunt on “Hannity,” calling out Reid for her bigotry.
“They have no intention of seeking to be objective. The American people hold the media in this country in contempt,” Levin began.
“The problem is you have these massive corporations like AT&T owns CNN and Comcast owns NBC and they immunize the phony news/propaganda outfits. It doesn’t matter their ratings, it doesn’t matter what they say,” he asserted.
“If you watch the kind of people MSNBC has as hosts, Joy Reid, a flat-out bigot, and the other people they bring on like Michael Eric Dyson and others who are predictable in the outrageous and poisonous things that they say,” Levin continued.
(Video Credit: Fox News)
“Kyle Rittenhouse, the man charged with homicide in the deaths of two anti-police brutality demonstrators, seems to have spent much more time at the gun range than in acting classes,” she snarked.
“While testifying about the moment he shot Joseph Rosenbaum, one of the protesters, Rittenhouse sniffled, quivered, contorted his face, bloated his cheeks and did just about everything else you’d expect of a novice actor attempting to convey sorrow. Pictures even showed him peeking around the courtroom as he worked himself into a lather. Though photos captured a single tear streaming down his face, I couldn’t tell whether it was from actually crying, or if he’d merely worked up a sweat from trying,” Jones coldly commented.
This is yet one more calculated attack against the right and white conservatives by Reid and her team, and MSNBC seems fine with that.
Social media, however, is not:
I’m glad she is making her hatred of white men so clear. I suppose the lesson one can draw from her overt hatred is that racism is fine so long as one is racist to one specific group.
— Templeton Peck (@dtetreault20) November 17, 2021
I don’t even bother listening to her anymore. I don’t consider ranting bias as journalism.
— Lanah (@LanahD33) November 17, 2021
She is not a journalist — not even with quotation marks around the word.
— LorieByrd (@LorieByrd) November 17, 2021
There’s this distinct lack of empathy coupled with this bizzare delusion that tears are always a manipulation tactic and could never be an actual genuine human response to a painful situation. She doesn’t want to see these men’s pain as pain. It’s dehumanization.
— Kristen (@RealWriterKris) November 17, 2021
Imagine being a racist old hateful hag. Life must suck for her.
— 🌹Blondhrsecrzy🐴 (@markle_darla) November 17, 2021
How dare people being wrongly publicly pilloried display any emotional reaction!
— Claude Rains, Zombie (@CRainsZombie) November 17, 2021
Hey @JoyAnnReid, wanna know why I believe Kyle Rittenhouse? Because I saw the tapes.
— Letsgo Brandon (@TedStrikerSweat) November 17, 2021
Jussie Smallett springs to mind when she and others so vehemently defended him
— Stewart Dryden (@JesteR6_sd) November 17, 2021
Bat shit crazy?
— Reality Check (@NeverForgetVets) November 17, 2021
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