MSNBC’s Joy Reid has never had a nice thing to say about President Doanld Trump.
Reid in fact suffers from one of the worst cases of Trump Derangement Syndrome that we’ve ever seen.
After President Trump walloped Joe Biden in last night’s debate, Joy Reid took issue with Trump’s assertion tht Black Lives Matter has a history of violence.
According to Reid, there is “zero evidence” that BLM “has ever pushed for anything violent.”
Fox News has President Trump's original statement about BLM during last night's debate:
MSNBC host Joy Reid went on a tirade against President Trump's remarks on Black Lives Matter during her network's post-debate coverage Thursday night.
During the final presidential debate, Trump was grilled by moderator Kristen Welker about his rhetoric toward Black Lives Matter, which he previously described as a "symbol of hate," and was asked what he would say to people who say he "contributes" to the nation's "climate of racial hatred and strife."
"Well, you have to understand. The first time I've ever heard of Black Lives Matter, they were chanting 'Pigs in a blanket,' talking about police. 'Pigs,' talking about our police. 'Pigs in a blanket, fry'em like bacon.' I said that's a horrible thing and they were marching down the street," Trump explained. "And that was my first glimpse of Black Lives Matter. I thought it a terrible thing."
Trump was referring to footage from a 2015 demonstration in St. Paul, Minn., where marchers were seen holding a large Black Lives Matter banner and chanting "Pigs in a blanket, fry'em like bacon."
Here's video of the event to which President Trump was referring to:
The Washington Examiner has more on Joy Reid's dillusional statement:
MSNBC host Joy Reid took issue with President Trump linking Black Lives Matter to anti-police rhetoric and violence, claiming there is “zero” evidence the movement has encouraged that.
"There is absolutely zero, none, zero evidence that Black Lives Matter has ever pushed for anything violent, pushed for anything violent to happen to police,” Reid said on MSNBC Thursday night following the conclusion of the final presidential debate.
Reid added that “not a single person knows who those people were” referring to the protesters Trump mentioned in the debate who could be seen holding Black Lives Matter signs chanting “pigs in a blanket, fry em like bacon.”
Many Conservatives on Twitter fact-checked Reid's false "fact-check."