'Sounds Slavery-ish' : MSNBC’s Reid Rants That Wanting A Secure U.S. Border & More Children Is Like Slavery

Eric Scheiner | February 26, 2024
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MSNBC's Joy Reid recently donned her discount Trump wig and took to social media to suggest that wanting the U.S. to have a secure border and American families desiring more children is reminiscent of slavery. Because…well, who the heck knows.

You can attempt to follow Reid’s insane logic in the video below.



Reid says:

The U.S. has a population north of 327 million people, why do we need more kids? Your party, Senator Tuberville, is the one screaming that 10 million immigrants -I don't even know if that number makes any sense, because it doesn’t—have streamed  into the country since Joe Biden has been president. And you're claiming that's too many people. That if more people come into the southern border, this is some sort of crisis, because we got too many people. We’ve got no more space because we can't afford more people. But now you're saying we need more kids? Can you explain? Who is the "we" and what is the purpose?


While there may be no more space in taxpayer funded shelters, I’m not aware of anyone claiming there is simply not enough space inside the country itself.

Reid continued to focus the rest of her argument on Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Ala.) who said he supported the state’s supreme court recent ruling on embryos, and said he feels “We need to have more kids.”

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Reid seems to be attempting to use that statement to imply Tuberville is racist.

You're also a senator from the state of Alabama, God help the people there. Are you saying the state of Alabama needs more kids? Why does the state of Alabama need more kids? More kids for what? 

There was a time when the state of Alabama absolutely needed more kids, because Alabama was a slave state and the mandate of the planter class in Alabama was for black women to produce more kids because those kids were property, and they could work more kids and make more money on their plantation. 

Are you saying Alabama needs more kids because you think those populations include people who may be destitute and desperate enough that when you kick out the immigrants you can make them do the work that migrants are doing now? That kind of sounds slavery-ish.



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