On Friday, MSNBC’s Joy Reid and her left-wing guests resorted to their typical attacking of Republican politicians and the individuals who got them elected. Reid invited radio host Dean Obeidallah on to discuss a wide variety of topics ranging from Senator Mitch McConnell’s (R-KY) speculated retirement to Representative Paul Gosar’s (R-AZ) address at the America First Political Action Conference (AFPAC) in Orlando, Florida. Reid backed up her guest’s claim that the Grand Old Party is nothing more than a “dangerous cocktail” of “white supremacy,” “fascism,” and “lies.”
Before asking her question, race-baiting Reid felt the need to diverge on a rant blasting Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, who—despite sharing the same skin color as her, has different political beliefs and is, therefore, her enemy—announced that the Commonwealth of Kentucky would not be directly charging officers involved in the shooting death of Brianna Taylor. Reid accused Cameron of “trick[ing] the grand jury” and lying to them so the cops involved wouldn’t be charged. In actuality, the grand jury determined that the officers’ retaliatory fire was justified. She then accused McConnell, without evidence, of trying to “choose” Cameron as his successor.