MSNBC continues to maintain its red wall of silence on Joy Reid. But the ugliness just keeps rising.
The old blog posts by the progressive personality reek of every bigotry that the left claims to condemn. And, as Bre Payton at the Federalist notes, there's even a call to ethnically cleanse Jews from Israel.
Iran's pres strikes again Says "move Israel to Europe"
"You believe the Jews were oppressed, why should the Palestinian Muslims have to pay the price? You oppressed them, so give a part of Europe to the Zionist regime so they can establish any government they want. We would support it. So, Germany and Austria, come and give one, two or any number of your provinces to the Zionist regime so they can create a country there... and the problem will be solved at its root."
I hate to admit that Mr. Amadinejad has a point ...
Not only is Joy Reid a a racist, but she's illiterate. So there are two things that qualify her to work at MSNBC.
(and a plurality of the Israelis are former German nationals, plus lower castes consisting of Eastern Europeans, Russians, Sephardic Jews from the Mediterranean and at the bottom of the social pyramid, Falasha Africans ...)
Actually a majority of the Israelis are from the Middle East. Most of them having come from Muslim countries where they were persecuted.
Most Israelis are not and were not German nationals. Eastern Europe would be more on the money early on. Ben Gurion and Netanyahu's father were Polish Jews. As were many other Zionist leaders. Golda Meir was from Ukraine and then Milwaukee. The part of Russia today known as Belarus produced many others. I don't believe that a single Israeli prime minister was a German national or descended from them. German Jews made important contributions to building Israel. But the idea that they were the ruling elite is more racist nonsense from Joy Reid.
Reid's "lower castes" actually ran Israel.
But while Roseanne's comments were enough to get her fired and her show canceled, no amount of vile posts from Joy Reid will get MSNBC to dump her. Because there's a double standard here.