MSNBC Host Bashes Newly Elected Black Lt. Gov.

MSNBC host Joy Reid should have been thrilled to see the first black woman elected as Lt. Gov. of Virginia, right? Wrong.

Instead of celebrating, Reid decided to bad mount newly elected Winsome Sears, apparently because she’s a Republican. It seems like that if you’re a black Republican, you don’t count toward the left’s call for diversity and inclusion. Instead, you’re bashed for falling for the alleged narrative of white supremacy.

But Reid’s arguments don’t add up in this video. When you have nothing left to argue, all you can do is fall back to name calling, and that’s exactly what Reid did.

The video seriously hosted a guest who said: “They want white supremacy by ventriloquist effect. There is a black mouth moving but a white idea through the running on the runway of the tongue.”

If that had been said by any white person, there would be accusations of hate speech and calls to cancel the show. But since it’s Reid on MSNBC? Apparently, it’s just another day of spewing whatever made up narrative fits the moment.

It’s one thing to hear about the wild accusations of the left. It’s another actually see them and realize how far it has abandoned real journalism or even accurate news. This is full out propaganda. Watch and be aware.


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