MSNBC’s Joy Reid Caught Slamming Biden

( – Hot-mic moments are almost always entertaining, oftentimes revealing a person’s true thoughts. MSNBC host Joy Reid went instantly viral on January 29 when she was caught on a hot mic during her monologue. Reid was droning on about Republicans obstructing legislation “for the sake of Donald Trump.” She was referring to the Senate border bill, which has suddenly become a necessity for President Biden to secure the southern border. She took a brief pause while a clip played of Biden arguing in favor of the legislation, unaware that her microphone had not been turned off. Reid then said, “Starting another f—in’ war” with a laugh.

While Reid did not name names, it was quite obvious that she was referring to President Biden and his handling of the conflicts in the Middle East. In recent weeks, the United States military has conducted airstrikes against targets to quell terrorist activities, which are suspected to be financed by Iran. Biden has faced backlash from Democratic lawmakers who believe he should inform Congress before taking such measures. Far-left progressives have continuously criticized Biden for his administration’s unwavering support for Israel’s response to the October 7 Hamas terrorist attack.

Following the hot-mic moment, Reid continued to berate former President Trump for intervening in congressional activities. Later in the show, she apologized to viewers for her remarks that exceeded the PG-13 rating. Most Republicans responded to the mishap with humor, while others noted that she was finally telling her audience the truth. Reid’s line of attack is almost exclusively toward Republicans, which is the common theme for MSNBC. She was recently in the headlines for claiming that Republicans would never choose former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley as the Republican nominee because of their opposition to immigration and the color of Haley’s skin. Haley was born in the United States, but her parents immigrated from India. Haley pushed back on Reid’s claims, citing her election as South Carolina’s Republican governor for two terms, as well as her appointment as ambassador to the United Nations during the Trump administration.

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