Joy Reid isn’t a news personality. She’s a propagandist who isn’t very bright.
These are her own words that she said live on Fake News MSNBC.
She, or more likely her team, then put together a short clip to post to her Twitter account.
In other words, she/they repeatedly made these mistakes, and her Tweet of them has been up for more than 14 hours as of this writing.
Below is the clip of her inadvertently making the case against the Biden Regime’s jab mandates.
“The Supreme Court is willing to reduce you to a secondary constitutional citizen by decreeing that control over your very person, your physical body, belongs not to you but to your state.” – Joy Reid
The above video was a short clip from a longer one that Joy Reid posted on Twitter. She was obviously talking about the Supreme Court hearing oral arguments about the case that could overturn Roe v. Wade, but she isn’t smart enough to realize how what she said could be used o go against her favorable opinion for forced experimental jabs.
Below, you can watch the full clip she posted on Twitter.
.@JoyAnnReid leads #TheReidOut with the observation, "If you happen to be one of the 166 million women living in America, it appears that the conservative majority on the Supreme Court is willing to reduce you to a secondary constitutional citizen." #reiders pic.twitter.com/OSMstKCPDF
— The ReidOut (@thereidout) December 2, 2021
Did you catch it?
Twiter legend Brick Suit sure did, and he called her out for it…
.@JoyAnnReid claims that Justice Neil Gorsuch sits "in the seat stolen by Republicans after the death of Ruth Bader Ginsberg."
Only problem is Gorsuch began serving on the court in April of 2017 and Ginsberg died in September of 2020. pic.twitter.com/a5G09VOWM6
— Brick Suit (@Brick_Suit) December 2, 2021
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