Homophobic Joy Reid Thinks the War on Ukraine Gets More Attention Because They Are White and Christian, Ryan Field Books

Homophobic Joy Reid Thinks the War on Ukraine Gets More Attention Because They Are White and Christian

After I read about her homophobic posts, I have no great love for Joy Reid. I find her to be disingenuous, lacking in substance, and I believe she has a low IQ. 

She’s also homophobic. She wrote homophobic content multiple times, posted them, and later she claimed she either didn’t remember them or that she was hacked. No one of which I believe. It was all damage control so she could continue to make money.  

Here’s one thing she wrote.

Other posts made derogatory remarks about gay people, claiming that “most straight people cringe at the sight of two men kissing” and that “adult gay men tend to be attracted to very young, post-pubescent types.” One post acknowledged, “Does that make me homophobic? Probably.”

Here’s the rest.  She’s also a race-baiter in the worst way. 

And her latest piece of non-wisdom is about the war on Ukraine isn’t very intelligent. 

Instead of worrying about the entire world and the fact that Putin might be starting another World War, or instead of mentioning the Ukrainian people are peaceful and did nothing to provoke this war against them, Joy Ried believes that we aren’t paying enough attention to historically violent homophobic places like Africa and the Middle East.

She argued that the Yemeni hadn’t witnessed the same solidarity as Ukraine, citing the lack of global campaigns and corporations taking a stand for the war-torn country, and suggesting that Asia, Africa, and the Middle East weren’t as cared for as Europe.

Here’s more. She’s talking about places that throw gay people off tall buildings, places that behead gay people, and places that criminalize gay people. 

How she continues to keep a platform I don’t know. She should have been canceled years ago. 

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