“White crocodile tears,” said the hate-mongering MSNBC prime-time anchor.

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21 Nov 2021

⁣MSNBC prime-time anchor Joy Reid, is a woman on a seven-figure salary who went to Harvard and has more elite privilege in her little finger than the 17-year-old son of a single mother who was in Kenosha working as a lifeguard when all hell broke loose in the form of BLM-Antifa riots in August 2020.
Yet Reid continually plays the [black]victim and makes her living punching down at white people less fortunate than she is.
Rittenhouse, now 18, lost his composure last week when he had to recount the moment he was cornered by two men, who had already twice threatened to kill him.
His face crumpled as he tried to squeeze his eyes together to stop the tears, and his body shook with great shuddering sobs. This is exactly how a brave, manly young man behaves when he doesn’t want to cry or show weakness.
Up until that moment, he had answered questions with admirable composure. But the memory of taking two lives, albeit in self-defense, clearly rests heavily on him, as it would on anyone with a conscience.
His lawyer told the court on Friday that Rittenhouse is in therapy and has post-traumatic stress disorder due to the shootings. The authenticity of his emotion was evident to anyone but a sociopath.
“Kyle Rittenhouse put on quite a show for the nearly all-white jury in his murder trial,” Reid sneered in response to his tears. She described him as “a novice actor attempting to convey sorrow … It was a Razzie-worthy performance, in my view, but I’m not the target audience for this sick show.”

What a cold, heartless woman.

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