Joy Reid: Lying Leftist Anti-Gay Hypocrite
Did you hear Joy Reid’s apology to gays?
I have heard some excuses, but this one if Clintonian!
I like that the past haunts Leftists. I don’t like that they believe they can pretend not to know.
Joy Reid wants America to believe she’s a professional, and she always has been. In other words, Reid was never the vile racist, anti-LGBTQ human being that her writings conveyed.
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Allow me to illuminate. Black Leftist women are vile creatures, equal to their white counterparts. Joy Reid hates white people except those who help her career. And for whatever reason, Reid hates gays.
Perhaps a man took her “man”. If that’s the case, what’s the surprise. The Left has nothing but metrosexual eunuchs, so their women are on constant lookout for Alpha males.
Let’s look closely at Reid’s apology:
“A community that I support and that I deeply care about is hurting because of some despicable and truly offensive posts being attributed to me. Now, many of you have seen these blog posts circulating online and in social media. Many of them are homophobic, discriminatory, and outright weird and hateful. When a friend found them in December and sent them to me, I was stunned. Frankly, I couldn’t imagine where they’d come from or whose voice that was. In the months since, I’ve spent a lot of time trying to make sense of these posts. I hired cybersecurity experts to see if somebody had manipulated my words or my former blog. And the reality is, they have not been able to prove it.”
Her cyber-security firm couldn’t prove her innocence, because she is guilty! Joy Reid WROTE THOSE ARTICLES!
Reid pretended to have people looking into things, in the same vein as Anthony Weiner trying to find out who hacked his Twitter account. We all know how that turned out.
But, I love the next part of her statement:
“But here’s what I know: I genuinely do not believe I wrote those hateful things. Because they are completely alien to me. But I can definitely understand, based on things I have tweeted and have written in the past, why some people don’t believe me. I have not been exempt from being dumb or cruel or hurtful to the very people I want to advocate for. I own that. I get it. And for that, I am truly, truly sorry.”
I do not believe I wrote those hateful things?
If you are philosophically against those things, how could you not adamantly deny writing them.
Once I did a radio show, and the host asked me about an article he said I wrote in The Griot. I didn’t recall writing for The Griot, but wasn’t sure. So the host read me a passage from the article.
After hearing an excerpt, I knew I hadn’t written the article. I didn’t believe what he read back to me. He still accused me of being the author. I denied it again, and hung up.
Later in the broadcast he had to admit he had the wrong Kevin Jackson.
Moral of the story: I may not remember everything I write, but I know what’s in my heart.
As for Reid, she specifically addressed and apologized for “wrong and horrible” tweets making fun of Ann Coulter that used transgender stereotypes. Does anybody, repeat ANYBODY believe that Reid didn’t make fun of Ann Coulter using transgender stereotypes?
“I feel like I should have known better than to ever write or tweet in a way that could make fun of or make light of and that experience, even a decade ago, when the country was in a very different place. But I cannot take any of that back. I can only say that the person I am now is not the person I was then. I like to think I have gotten better as a person over time, that I’m still growing, that I’m not the same person I was 10 or 5 or even one year ago. And I know that my goal is to try to be a better person and a better ally. Now the reality is, I have to own the things that I have written and tweeted and said, and I’m hoping, out of all of this, there’s an opportunity to talk about the ways in which hurtful speech really does imperil marginalized communities.”
So what is the expiration date for Leftists to repent?
I know that for Conservatives the statute of limitations doesn’t exist. Once you metaphorically grab a woman by the p*ssy, you are forever a Russia-collaborating, porn star-screwing, megalomaniac.
Note that in the last part of the statement, Reid all but admits to saying the things in question. That’s because she did. And I guarantee you that if provoke, Reid would happily call a man a f*ggot, or accusing a black Conservative man of being “married to a white woman”.
Reid can’t control her anger, which is why she demagogues conversations and for the most part remains in her echo chamber of ignorance. And she’s among “friends” who say vile things about her, given the chance.