MSNBC’s Joy Reid Uses RACIAL SLUR Against Justice Clarence Thomas

( Far-left MSNBC anchor Joy Reid was criticized on Wednesday for using a racial slur against Justice Clarence Thomas. During a discussion about the uncertain election results, and how close races may be taken to the Supreme Court to decide the result, Reid made reference to Justice Thomas being an “Uncle Tom,” an anti-black slur that refers to black Americans who do not subscribe to far-left political values.

“If somehow they manage to stumble into the Supreme Court, do any of you guys expect Uncle Clarence and Amy Coney Barrett and those guys to actually follow the letter of the law?” she asked.

Not only did she suggest that the highly-respects Supreme Court Justice would abuse his position in the highest court in the land, she suggested that he was not representative of black people and subservient to President Donald Trump.

“No. It’s a completely politicized Supreme Court that you can’t just trust they’ll do the right thing,” she said. “Now, so far, the courts have actually been pretty good. So we’ll see.”

If Tucker Carlson at Fox News had used an anti-black racial slur on his show, would he get a pass from liberals like Joy Reid did?

Reid did, however, face a backlash from many people.

Ragan Battalion, the anti-Trump conservative group, slammed Reid for using the “disgusting” comment that “would get her fired on any other network and deservedly so.”

Megyn Kelly, the former Fox News anchor who left the network following the 2016 election, expressed her surprise and shock also.

What is it with far-left activist news anchors like Joy Reid acting caring and tolerant, while also engaging in disgusting racism when talking about non-white people who do not support their radical agenda?

Reid has not apologized for her racist comment, nor has MSNBC issued any statement or apology.