Joy Reid Complains About Tight Presidential Race, Says Trump Supporters are Racists

National   |   Kristine Marsh   |   Nov 5, 2020   |   11:04AM   |   Washington, DC

Joy Reid continued touting her hatred for half the country during Wednesday night’s election coverage on MSNBC. Despairing over how tight the presidential race has been, she complained how “aggravating” the “red mirage” was and how “disappointed” she was that racist Trump voters didn’t get their comeuppance with a Biden blowout on election night.

Fellow MSNBC host Rachel Maddow was telling Reid how “fraught” Tuesday night was not knowing the results. Reid agreed, blaming the media’s angst on the “aggravating” “red mirage.”

She was disappointed to see how the media’s 4+ year long campaign against the president didn’t result in Americans rejecting their own racism or President Trump’s:

REID: It did feel fraught. And I think partly because even though we knew the red wave was a thing, the red mirage, I should say, the red mirage, we all knew it was coming. You’re right, in the moment, it’s enervating, its aggravating. And I think partly — and I said this last night — I do think it’s because we’ve been reporting for five years, Rachel. About Russia, about national security, you know, just undermining our national security. You know, the impeachment. The racism. The Nazis. All of it. And then COVID laying on top of it felt like a repudiation was coming.

MADDOW:  Sure.

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REID: And I think even though we intellectually understand what America is at its base, right? That there is a great amount of racism, anti-blackness, anti-wokeness, this idea that political correctness is some sort of scheme to destroy white America, right? Like, we know what this country is, but you still part of you — I think part of your heart says, you know what, maybe the country’s going to pay off all of this pain. That the children were stolen, with a repudiation. And as the night wore on and I realized and it sunk in, okay, that’s not happening. We are still who we thought, you know unfortunately.

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LifeNews Note: Kristine Marsh is Staff Writer for MRC Culture at the Media Research Center where this originally appeared.