by Trent Baker28 Apr 20180 28 Apr, 201828 Apr, 2018 Saturday, Zeke Stokes, vice president of programs at GLAAD, discussed the Joy Reid controversy where archived versions of her blog show the use of homophobic slurs. According to Stokes, the controversy is just “a concerted effort” by people who want to roll back the LGBT community’s progress.
by Trent Baker28 Apr 20180 28 Apr, 201828 Apr, 2018 Saturday on MSNBC’s “AM Joy,” Brandon Wolf, vice president of the Dru Project, commended host Joy Reid for her apology for the controversy over past homophobic blog posts attributed to her. Wolf then bashed the “homophobic psychopaths” in the White House, saying it Vice President Pence ended up
by Trent Baker14 Apr 20180 14 Apr, 201814 Apr, 2018 Saturday’s “AM Joy” on MSNBC opened with host Joy Reid discussing the week’s events, including Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein reportedly preparing to be fired, the upcoming release of former FBI Director Jim Comey’s book, special counsel Bob Mueller’s Michael Cohen raid and the military strikes
by Trent Baker7 Apr 20180 7 Apr, 20187 Apr, 2018 During Saturday’s “AM Joy” on MSNBC, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) said she thought President Donald Trump was being “vindictive” and “taking it out” on California with his policy because he did not win there. Host Joy Reid said that it feels like the Trump administration
by Trent Baker10 Mar 20180 10 Mar, 201810 Mar, 2018 During the Saturday broadcast of MSNBC’s “AM Joy,” host Joy Reid suggested that the National Rifle Association (NRA) has made guns a “cultural issue,” adding that it has sent signals that its doctrine is to arm yourself to stay safe from the “scary brown people.”
by Trent Baker3 Mar 20180 3 Mar, 20183 Mar, 2018 Saturday on MSNBC’s “AM Joy,” host Joy Reid suggested that one reason Attorney General Jeff Sessions wants to remain at his position is because he is having a “marvelous time persecuting brown people.” “Theory one is that Jeff Sessions wants to continue to do the job and
by Trent Baker10 Feb 20180 10 Feb, 201810 Feb, 2018 During Saturday’s “AM Joy” on MSNBC, host Joy Reid called for an end to the term “chain migration,” the process allowing family members of immigrants to come to the United States, because it is “very offensive.” “This is what Donald Trump wants, meaning this is what