It would be tempting to announce that MSNBC's Joy Reid was in "rare form" after one of her infamous monologue rants, but the host recently played her radical extremist hand in front of the camera — and has on numerous occasions — so we'll just go with "she's at it again."
What did she say this time?
Reid — no stranger to racist attacks against white people — added to her dubious skin-color commentary catalog Monday by attacking "white, so-called Christian conservatives who feel like this country was built by them, for them, and so everyone but them needs to suck it up and let them have their way, or else."
The host said the aforementioned group consists of "special citizens" who declare things like, "I don’t want to wear a mask, and if you try to make me, I’ll attack the low-waged clerks at the store or at the Burger King. And I don’t wanna to get the vaccine, either. People get sick from me? Oh well, not my problem. Joe Rogan said it was fine. My kids aren’t going to mask up to protect those other kids. F those other kids; their parents are probably commies anyway."
Reid added that the Republican Party — the political home to those "white, so-called Christian conservatives" — has "gone from pretending to be the party of personal responsibility to unmasking themselves as the party of selfish people who cannot play well with others."
And as an image of Fox News' Tucker Carlson flashed upon the screen, Reid noted that Republicans even have "their own cable networks — plus something called GETTR, which kind of sounds like porn."
Joy Reid on “What it means to be an American Citizen” youtu.be
Prior to her racist rant, Reid presented her argument against "special citizens" who "must always win and be appeased in order for things to be, quote, fair." Which oddly sounds like the end goal of the mostly peaceful riots from the summer of 2020.
Reid also said "special citizens" complain about school history lessons — presumably critical race theory — because they cause "uncomfortable" emotions: "My special citizenship means that all history has to make me happy all the time." Yeah, OK.
Still speaking in the voice of a "special citizen," Reid said "books that make me uncomfortable should be banned or burned." Uh-huh.