Joy Reid ignites fury by criticising Thanksgiving

Joy Reid ignites fury by criticising Thanksgiving

MSNBC’s Joy Reid has criticized Thanksgiving as a’simplistic fairytale’ built on a myth Republicans use to conceal the fact that America was founded on ‘genocide.’MSNBC's Joy Reid has attacked Thanksgiving calling it a 'simplistic fairytale' based on a lie Republicans rely on to cover up America being founded on 'genocide'

As millions of Americans prepare for celebrations, the host launched Wednesday’s episode of ReidOut by criticizing the holiday and its customs.

Reid stated that Thanksgiving is a day of tradition for millions of Americans, but the holiday was founded on a series of ‘historical errors.’

Reid stated, “It is a fiction that the natives greeted their colonists with open arms and ears of grain.”

A naive fairytale account of an interaction between indigenous tribes and English immigrants in 1621 that omits the subsequent slaughter.

The Republicans want to eliminate the truth from our textbooks.

MSNBC’s Joy Reid has criticized Thanksgiving as a “simplistic fairytale” based on a lie Republicans use to conceal the fact that America was founded on “genocide.”Reid began her journalism career in 1997, and in July 2020, MSNBC announced that Reid would host a new Washington-based weeknight commentary show, The Reid Out, in which many of her controversial comments have been aired

She continues by stating that Republicans are ‘desperate’ to keep this’secret’ since America was founded on bloodshed.

In 1619, a ship carrying over twenty enslaved Africans arrived almost Virginia, starting in two centuries of American slavery that left millions in chains or dead, she said.While some supported her views, praising the progressive host for her 'truth telling' others slammed Reid's comments calling out her 'hate' for the United States

When slaves were ultimately set free, the Ku Klux Klan, a card-carrying member of respectable society, started up where the American Civil War left off.

Reid continues by stating that the Klan and its ilk are still active in the United States, employing violence to uphold white supremacy.

“As Americans, we continue to choose violence; we are a nation that repeatedly chooses bloodshed. She stated that no aspect of American culture is unaffected by it.

Others criticized Reid’s remarks, despite the fact that several supported her viewpoints and praised her “truth-telling.”

In July 2020, MSNBC announced that Reid will host a new Washington, D.C.-based weeknight commentary show, The Reid Out, on which many of her contentious statements have been aired. Reid began her career in journalism in 1997.

Others criticized Reid’s remarks, citing her ‘hatred’ for the United States, while some backed her views and praised her “truth-telling.”

Mark Reed Levin, an American lawyer, author, and radio personality who hosts the syndicated radio program The Mark Levin Show, tweeted, “Screwed up head case whose hatred for our magnificent nation has no bounds.”

Jon Nicosia, president of News Cycle Media and breaking news editor for the DC Examiner, referred to Reid as a “America-hating, talentless homophobe with awful hair” in a tweet.

Others questioned Reid’s assessment, questioning if Americans could enjoy anything: “Are we prohibited from enjoying anything?”

One Twitter user remarked, “Joy is worthless if she cannot race bait. Sad’

Someone another stated, “Your racial venom impairs your capacity to discriminate between rhetoric and fact.” Get aid!’

In March, Reid argued that Americans only cared about the war in Ukraine because Ukrainians are 'white and largely Christian'

In March, Reid was criticized for statements she made on-air criticizing the media’s coverage of the situation in Ukraine, an issue she believes is being elevated above conflicts concerning ‘brown and black’ people.

Reid stated that Americans worry about the war primarily because Ukrainians are “white and predominantly Christian.”

In March, Reid said that Americans were primarily concerned with the conflict in Ukraine because Ukrainians are “white and predominantly Christian.”

During a broadcast interview with Sky News Australia, journalist Megyn Kelly remarked of Reid’s remarks, “All she wants to do is stir up racial animosity.”

Conservative analysts were quick to criticize Reid’s statements.

During a broadcast interview with Sky News Australia, journalist Megyn Kelly remarked of Reid’s remarks, “All she wants to do is stir up racial animosity.”

Her argument is obviously absurd and baseless.'All she likes to do is go out there and stir up racial hatred,' journalist Megyn Kelly said of Reid's comments, during a televised interview with Sky News Australia

In response to Reid’s comparison of Western coverage of the two wars, Kelly, 51, continued: “I was on Fox News when the Syrian crisis occurred.”

Kelly stated, “We led with that story all the way over here in America, night after night after night.” She was evidently simply too stupid to pay attention.

The former Fox News firebrand said of Reid’s racially tinged broadcast, “The idea that NBC and MSNBC will accept this is an utter shame.”

1997 marked the beginning of Reid’s journalism career, and in July 2020, MSNBC announced that Reid will host a new weeknight commentary program located in Washington, D.C., titled The Reid Out, on which many of her contentious statements have been broadcast.

Joy Reid also criticized the NFL for attempting to’sanitize Blackness’ from the Super Bowl following Eminem’s kneeling during the halftime performance.

After concluding his performance of his smash song Lose Yourself, Eminem performed the gesture, which has become a symbol of anti-racism protest.Joy Reid also slammed the NFL for trying to 'sanitize Blackness' from the Super Bowl after Eminem took the knee during the half-time show

Reid criticized the NFL earlier this year for attempting to’sanitize Blackness’ from the Super Bowl after Eminem took a knee during the halftime performance.

The MSNBC presenter, wearing a football shirt in support of Colin Kaepernick, stated that she had lost interest in the sport due to its seeming passivity against racism and the absence of Black coaches, echoing President Joe Biden’s sentiments.

Reid and her panel of guests stated that Eminem has been hailed for taking the knee during his performance, which was only a “performative” gesture, but Kaepernick has remained unsigned for years after initiating the protest.After this year's Superbowl, Reid claimed the NFL was trying to 'sanitize Blackness' when Eminem took the knee during the half-time show

Her remarks mirrored those made by President Joe Biden before to the Super Bowl, when he blasted the sport’s lack of Black coaches.

In an interview with NBC’s Lester Holt on Sunday, he asked that the NFL improve its record of fostering diversity among head coaches in the light of recent racial claims. Currently, just two of the 32 coaches in the league are Black.

Biden told NBC that he agreed with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, who claimed on Wednesday that the league has ‘failed’ to hire enough minority coaches.

Biden stated, ‘The notion that in a league comprised of so many athletes of color and so many diverse players, there are not enough African American qualified coaches to manage NFL teams seems to me to be a standard that they would want to meet.’

He added, “I don’t know if it’s a legal requirement, but I believe it’s a requirement of common decency.”

Reid, whose parent company NBC Universal requires vaccination for all in-office employees like herself, admitted on her show that she was hesitant to take the COVID-19 vaccine under the Trump administration during her feud with Nicki Minaj last year.

As she spoke to Michael Dyson on her show about Minaj, with whom she had been engaged in a feud, she stated, “Listen, I understand your hesitation.”

“I was hesitant when Donald Trump was controlling the CDC and FDA, manipulating them, and forcing them to release false information. Everyone sensible was hesitant.

Later, when Biden took office, Reid reversed course and began promoting the vaccine, especially among the black community, which had the lowest vaccination rate in the United States.

“However, the reality is that what I truly dread is an increase in the number of deaths; 666 thousand people have died.” And, in disproportionate numbers, they resemble you and me, Michael,’ she stated in September 2021.

 

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