MSNB-Conspiracy Theories: Joy Reid Compares Trump to Jim Jones, Hitler & Mussolini, Ties Him to QANON

Nick Kangadis | September 20, 2022
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MSNBC has always been known to push conspiracy theories — see Rachel Maddow concerning Russia or Chris Hayes concerning…well, pretty much anything. But the establishment outlet’s chief racist and prominent propagandist Joy Reid appears to have set a new bar for not only idiocy, but for the tin foil hat industry as well.

Because establishment outlets — primarily left-leaning — get absolutely garbage ratings if they’re not talking about former President Donald Trump, MSNBConspiracy Theories does their best to feed the few viewers they have left’s Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS).

Reid was speaking with The Philadelphia Inquirer’s Will Bunch about an article he wrote attempting to tie Trump and the rest of the GOP to the wack-a-doo’s in QANON and fascism following Trump’s Saturday rally in Ohio.

After Bunch word-vomited his nonsense, Reid decided to go on her own tin foil rant and equate Trump, not only with QANON, but also American cult leader Jim Jones, who “promised his followers a utopia in the jungles of South America after proclaiming himself messiah of the Peoples Temple, a San Francisco-based evangelist group.”

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Oh, and did I mention she compares Trump to Hitler and Mussolini? Because she totally compares him to Hitler and Mussolini.

What [Trump’s] doing is, as Will said, he’s — he’s in trouble. He’s decided to become a warlord, and he’s gathering his people around him much the way Jim Jones, when he was under fire, decided to hand out the Kool-Aid, much the way the movement in the 1930s around Mussolini and the one around Hitler in Germany — let’s just be honest. And look, don’t quote me. JD Vance used to say he’s America’s Hitler before he joined the club.


As evidenced by Reid’s nonsensical rant above, she resorted to comparing Trump to every evil thing ever — I’m surprised she didn’t call him a slave master — because she has no actual argument against the man. Basically she’s saying, ‘I said he’s evil, and I’m a strong, black woman with my own TV show, so it must be true.’

In reality, Reid has devolved from a racist who copied others’ talking points to a racist who simply calls people names as she’s gotten dumber over the years.

And you might ask, ‘Aren’t you doing the same thing to her by calling her names?’ The answer is no, because my topic is Joy Reid, who has made her career being a racist and a propagandist parroting talking points that most likely aren’t even her own.

Reid hates Trump for two reasons — well, probably more than that, but two main reasons: A) He’s white. And B) Trump doesn’t blindly follow the established narratives and repeat whatever “The Message” is when prompted.


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