Wednesday on MSNBC, host and propagandist Joy Reid criticized the grand jury in the Breonna Taylor case for charging a former Louisville police officer with three counts of first-degree wanton endangerment.
“It means that if you live in the state of Kentucky, if you were ever associated in any way with somebody who was caught in the criminal justice system, even if they are no longer associated with you and no longer live in your home, police have the full right and are fully within the law to bust into your apartment while you’re asleep after midnight and start shooting and can kill you as long as they aim,” Reid misrepresented.
“You haven’t done anything. They’re not accusing you of committing a crime. I’m not sure they were sure who was in the apartment…” Reid added. “Sorry if you’re killed. Your death is irrelevant to the law in the state of Kentucky. Your death and life doesn’t matter. This is a black lives don’t matter ruling because they said that her life was irrelevant, that the life of her boyfriend who was in the apartment with her didn’t matter, that he attempting to defend her was the crime.”
Every sarcastic sentence of Reid’s statement is a race-agitating lie, but that’s what she gets paid for.