Reid lied about her old site being hacked; now it’s been discovered that she used material from an openly Nazi website last year…
(Zero Hedge) MSNBC has refused to fire host Joy Reid for writing “hateful” and anti-Semitic blog posts written on her old website The Reid Report, despite new reports offensive content and Reid’s promotion of a Nazi website…
What’s more, MSNBC failed to address the fact that Reid lied about homophobic blog posts she made, blaming them on hackers – only to find that the original posts were archived by archive.org and the library of Congress.
Reid issued an apology for her old posts…
And in a Friday report first noted by Twitchy.com last July, IJR‘s Caleb Hull reports that Reid “shared a conspiracy theory on Twitter about Jared Kushner,” which came “from an anime Nazi news website, whose staff openly supports Hitler and posts extremist articles to this day.”
“On July 12, 2017, MSNBC host Joy Reid shared a conspiracy theory on Twitter about Jared Kushner and his relationship with the Trump administration and a company called Genie Energy.”
“However, the article she shared is from an anime Nazi news website, whose staff openly supports Hitler and posts extremist articles to this day.”
“The tweet, as well as the original article on AnimeRight.news, have now been deleted, but thanks to the Internet archive Wayback Machine, they’ve been saved…”
So to be clear:
Joy Ann Reid made homophobic, anti-Semitic blog posts, lied about it, got the FBI involved, and then promoted a Nazi website over Twitter, and somehow keeps her job.