The leftists hacks at MSNBC have decided that they know the will of God, who will naturally bring down punishment on all those who dare to disagree with them and vote differently than they do at the ballot box. On Thursday night’s The ReidOut, MSNBC Never Trumper and former Congressman David Jolly (R-FL) insisted to host Joy Reid’s approval that God will yield his wrath and “judgment” against any and Republicans if former President Donald Trump secures the 2024 GOP presidential nomination.
Seeing as how this is Holy Week, Reid also professed to also know God’s will when she proclaimed that his statement was “hard to argue with” as we grow closer to week Easter.
They built up to this genuflection with Reid asserting that, because Trump and now Congressman Matt Gaetz (R-Fla) have both had sexual assault allegations leveled against, Republicans must support sexual assault. No word on whether she thought Democrats like herself support sexual assault and sexual miscreants because of the party being the home of Bill Clinton, John Edwards, and lesser known figures like former Senators Brock Adams (WA), Charles Robb (VA), and former Congressmen Tim Mahoney (FL), Mel Reynolds (IL) and David Wu (OR).
Despite the facts that sex scandals have unfortunately plagued both parties, Reid never acknowledged that and instead asked Jolly if that is “what the party is”:
All of these guys have these icky kind of weird sexual things going on. Donald Trump has all these sexual accusations. That kind of politician has become popular in the Republican Party. Do you see that kind of politician solidifying as what the party is or becoming more isolated, including Trump?
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To the surprise of almost no read that reads NewsBusters, Reid is accustomed to making such comments as perhaps the most hateful leftist in the liberal media.
Just last year, she was sued for libel for labeling a private citizen and Trump supporter a racist. Just in recent weeks, she has claimed that white Republicans want to “torture” and “starve” African Americans, alleged that Republican Congresswoman Lauren Boebert’s gun “pornography” caused the Boulder shooting, and asserted that Republicans are “afraid of brown” immigrants.
Reid may also want to take the plank out of her own eye when it comes to excusing sexual assault. She has attacked Republicans for bringing up former President Clinton’s less than stellar history with women and failed to hold Joe Biden accountable for Tara Reade’s sexual assault allegation against him when she interviewed him.
As a loyal Democrat (though he may try to claim otherwise), Jolly joined the Republican bashing to supposedly educate viewers about how God isn’t on the side of the GOP:
JOLLY: I believe in a God that offers redemption and for the evangelical movement, I think this should be a moment of redemption. I think in our national politics, Donald Trump is here to stay and likely running in 2024. And the evangelical movement and every other Republican will have to figure out how they offer support to him considering as Glenn just mentioned, that Donald Trump as a man, not as president, as a man, is responsible for the events of January 6th. He laid the predicate with the big lie. He issued the invitation to come to Washington. He gave the charge to storm the capitol and it resulted in the death, the murder of individuals. Donald Trump is responsible for that. It is because of him.
JOLLY: And so whether the evangelical movement or the Republican Party embraces him, again, there will be political judgment, but in my faith —
JOLLY: — there will also be judgment from God.
REID: Yeah, well, we — that — that — hard to argue with that right before Easter.
Reid, who has a long history of asserting that she knows God’s will, which she has demonstrated in various instances such as when she questioned the faith of our Curtis Houck on Twitter, agreed with Jolly’s claim and exclaimed “hard to argue with that right before Easter.”
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