MSNBC’s resident racist homophobe Joy Reid accused the “cult-like” supporters of President Donald Trump of worshiping money, exploiting the poor, and once again injecting racism in her imbecilic on-air remarks.
MSNBC’s “AM Joy” Host, Joy Reid, who, unfortunately, still hasn’t revealed the findings from that FBI investigation that was looking into who the time-travelers were that went back a decade to insert homophobic remarks on her website.
Set up former Texas Congressman and fake Mexican Beto O’Rourke for the insulting comments about the president and the 63+ million Americans who supported him during the 2016 Presidential election.
Reid using Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick as her example to show how evil Republicans are, stated:
“There have been many people who pointed out on this show, and just in conversations that I’ve had with people who follow this kind of thing, that there is something cult-like about this movement that follows Donald Trump,”
“But there is also something about it that worships money. That worships the money that is made off of, in large part, low-income work that then produces very high income,”
Joy Reid setup Beto O’Rourke To Pounced On Their Moronic ‘Republicans Are Evil’ Messaging
“I wonder if in your state there is a countervailing force that can fight for — I mean, you’re doing it — but is there a strong enough countervailing force that can fight for the low-income black and brown larger workers that are the ones who would die if the state were to reopen,”
The former 2020 Democratic presidential candidate thanked Reid for the question and proceeded to call the Republican lieutenant governor “nuts” and referred to the president as “crazy” for “calling for insurrection in a number of states.”
O’Rourke accused Trump of “inspiring people to show up in battle gear and with weapons of war like AR-15’s and AK47’s.”
“You’ve got people who are stepping up into the breach of failed leadership and are distinguishing themselves,” he continued, citing examples like Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins, the “first leader in our state to issue a mandatory stay at home order.”
“Politically unpopular, but very necessary to save the lives that you and I are talking about right now,” O’Rourke claimed.