Fox News’ Outnumbered co-host Kayleigh McEnany said Tuesday that racist MSNBC host Joy Reid‘s claim that the media treats Vice President Kamala Harris unfairly is a deflection from the real issues Americans are facing.
“Apparently the problem, Joy Reid goes on to say, is that her personality is not being showcased, as if we’re all looking at high gas prices, high grocery store prices, formula shortages. And we’re like, if only we had that vice president’s personality,” McEnany said.
Reid had complained in an interview with The Root over the weekend that Kamala, the most incompetent and unqualified VP in American history, didn’t get a fair shake because of the mostly “white, male” news media. She added, hilariously, that the press didn’t showcase the unpopular Kamala’s purportedly relatable “personality.”
“Most of the media is still white and male,” the racist, sexist Reid lamented.
Outnumbered co-host Emily Compagno pointed out that Kamala’s poll numbers were lowest from her native Bay Area. “So to me, that belies the whole question about who knows her the best is those are those that dislike her. And I think that’s when you bring in her personality. I think we’ve been subjected to, for decades, empty promises, empty talking points, and a clear sort of obsession with holding positions without giving results to the American people or to the residents of California at the time,” Compagno said.
“What I find so offensive personally is that just criticism or criticism rooted in actual thoughtfulness and discussions about policy and performance and production are deemed racist,” Compagno concluded.