Joy Reid forced to apologize for hot mic F-bomb in presumed attack on Biden

MSNBC host Joy Reid will never be confused as a standard-bearer in the cable news industry but the few viewers she attracts probably weren’t expecting an F-bomb while watching Monday’s broadcast of The Reid Out.

The angry race lady, as Reid is sometimes referred to over her obsession with attacking white people, dropped the F-bomb in a hot mic moment and would apologize “deeply” for the blunder.

Reid was talking about the Senate border deal, a farce that the media is selling as a “fix” to the crisis on the border that President Biden created when he stripped via executive order many of the controls former President Donald Trump had in place

“Case in point– fixing what they say is a crisis at the border with congressional negotiators continuing work on a bipartisan deal to tie border policy changes to funding for Ukraine,” the host said. “Over the weekend, President Biden said he’s ready to take action if Congress is serious about solving the border issue.”

A clip of Biden’s speech in Columbia, S.C., was aired and while the geriatric 81-year-old president spoke, Reid can be heard saying, “Starting another f*cking war.”

She was unaware that her mic was still on when she made what appeared to reference the three U.S. soldiers who were killed in Jordan on Sunday by Iran-backed militants — Biden has vowed retaliation.

When the camera cut back to Reid, she attacked Trump for trying to “kill” the border deal that would establish more laws to be ignored by Democrats, who are ignoring existing laws to create a wide-open southern border.

“Still trying to kill the deal,” Reid said. “He bragged about blocking progress and said, ‘Please, please, blame him if it fails.’”

She then addressed the F-bomb.

“Before we go, I just want to apologize very quickly,” she said. “I was chatting during a clip that was playing, and you know, we try to keep this show very PG-13, so I just want to apologize to anyone who was listening to my ‘behind the scenes’ chatter. I deeply, deeply apologize for that.”

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