‘There’s a serious talk throughout the series’ that Joy Reid is about to be ignited at MSNBC

MSNBC’s Joy Reid finds herself in the hot seat once again amid growing talk of a potential Kyle Rittenhouse lawsuit against cable presenter specializing in racing fraud.

The Rittenhouse trial is the ultimate test of whether Reid can rescue her show from falling into oblivion of low ratings. She failed to fly the color.

There are too many ignorant and racially provocative statements uttered by Joy Reid in her unrealistic report on the Rittenhouse trial to recount here. A particularly infuriating example is Reid pointing to the exonerated young man as the reason that Serious Racial Theory exists (or does not exist, depending on the date).

“Want to know why Serious Racial Theory exists, the factual law school theory that insists that laws that are supposed to be colorblind in the US often still have racist outcomes?” she asked. “Then look no further than the Kyle Rittenhouse trial.”

“Earlier today, a teenager accused of killing two men and injuring a third in Kenosha, Wisconsin last year came forward to defend himself,” she said. “The scenarios are almost built for an actual CRT course. The now 18-year-old white man faces a jury that is almost entirely white compared to his peers, with the exception of one black man, and later Judge Bruce Schroeder, who forbade the prosecution to call the people Rittenhouse murdered”.

That was before Joy Reid taunted Rittenhouse for crying in the stands and compared him to Brett Kavanaugh, who was also brutally slandered by the radical left.

“His [Kavanaugh’s] the tears turned out to be more powerful than the tears of Christine Blasey Ford,” Reid said on TikTok. “But in America, there is a problem of both white vigilance and white tears, especially men’s white tears. In general, real white tears, because, that’s what Karens, right? They can take Karen out and then as soon as they are caught, bring the water works.”

Understandably, Kyle Rittenhouse is being treated for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder after he shot and killed two white occupational criminals named Joseph Rosenbaum and Anthony Huber, whose father Reid even had host while blabbing about their criminal history.

Reid recklessly filmed the Rittenhouse case as a racially important trial, harking back to the Jim Crow era, when the facts of the case showed it was about a young man who feels felt obligated to protect his family’s community from rioters.

“It’s great, Katie, this feels like the 1950s cases, it goes in and out and in and out, you know, some white man killed someone and they in and out, quick and acquitted,” Reid said. “That is my feeling.”

Radical BLM agitators have descended on the Kenosha community following the police shooting of Jacob Blake. Federal prosecutor no charge against the police officer after Blake was seen on video brandishing a knife. The facts didn’t stop Reid from raising racial tensions in that case either.

While Joy Reid can skip expressing her “feelings” about important public issues, she can’t intentionally lie to her audience to maliciously defame the person she loves. he doesn’t agree. Kyle Rittenhouse does not “cross national boundaries” (he has family members living near Kenosha), he does not illegally possess a firearm (the judge made this allegation upon examination), and he apparently shot his attackers in self-defense.

The relative win rate of winning a defamation lawsuit or in finding a massive settlement is therefore greatly increased if a media personality can be proven to have knowingly passed falsity to continue a story that has shamed Rittenhouse.

Media critic Joe Concha appears on Story with Martha McCallum and support the lawsuit against Joy Reid. Concha weighed in after MacCallum aired a ‘super short’ of Reid’s outrageous remarks (including the ‘CRT’ clip mentioned above).

“It’s exhibit A, B, C, D and E right there,” Concha speak. “The next chapter of the Kyle Rittenhouse story could be filled with defamation lawsuits not only for several media outlets but also MSNBC in particular and a host named Joy Reid, whom we are delighted to be hearing. listen.”

“To Mrs. Reid and many contributors calling Rittenhouse a racist, white supremacist and most importantly guilty until proven innocent… I have four words for you: ‘Covington Catholic Nicholas Sandmann’ – who sued CNN for what, $275 million, and forced them to settle,” he added.

The specter of a defamation lawsuit is adding to reports that MSNBC executives are under increasing pressure to fire Joy Reid. Former Mediaite editor Jon Nicosia reported the words he received from an inside source:

The report prompted a sustained response from those who would accept the severance to those who would believe it when it happened:

The skepticism stemmed from having seen Joy Reid in hot water many times before. After the past ‘homophobic’ posts on her blog was unearthed, the original Joy Reid declare that they were the result of a ‘hack’. Then she had to make a strange ‘confession’.

“I really can’t believe I wrote those hateful things, because they’re completely foreign to me,” she told AM Joy. “I hired cybersecurity experts to see if someone manipulated my words or my old blog. And the fact is they still haven’t been able to prove it.”

Bizarre and dishonest. Then there’s the awkward fact that C-SPAN’s political editor, Steve Scully, was brought in. Unlimited vacation after making the same ‘hack’ claim when he Exposed received presidential debate training from Never-Trumper Anthony Scaramucci.

But there’s a stronger reason the talk of Reid’s impending cable news demise may have more legs at this point. Race joystick not working. And her show ratings are now in the sewers, along with her provocative rhetoric.

ReidOut is having its worst quarter ever, even as its leftist host has made headlines attacking conservatives, overturning a COVID vaccine and using a chaotic pullout from Afghanistan to shoot at the United States, while protecting President Joe Biden at every turn,” said Fox News correspondent Brian Flood. note.

“Joy Reid is the perfect encapsulation of how partisanship can turn into pure hatred in the heart of every human being for every human being who does not think and vote in the same way. It’s almost demonic in the way she talks about tens of millions of right-leaning Americans and engages in both a cartoonist and dangerous levels of hysteria,” NewsBusters managing editor Curtis Houck told Fox. News Digital.

Joy Reid’s hoax race could be MSNBC’s “brand” right now. But her provable lies can cost the network tens of millions of dollars, and that’s where the network’s inexplicable loyalty to a server can end. ‘There’s a serious talk throughout the series’ that Joy Reid is about to be ignited at MSNBC

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