Racist MSNBC host Tiffany Cross’s ouster, announced Friday, provoked great satisfaction from one of her top critics, Megyn Kelly.
Speaking on her popular podcast this Friday, Kelly expressed great gratitude that MSNBC finally fired “the most racist person” on television.
“Tiffany Cross, the most racist person in all of television — and in particular on MSNBC — just got fired. Poor Tiffany,” she gloated.
Why so much satisfaction? Because Cross had a tendency of making everything about race and, more specifically, about her apparent nemesis, white people.
Indeed, to prove this, Kelly went through Cross’s “greatest hits.”
“Recently I called her a dumbass because she commented on Tua [Tagovailoa], the Miami Dolphins quarterback. She was upset when Tua got hurt — the concussion thing — which I was upset about too. But she took it racial. She was, like, all these white owners making these black players [do such and such]. Tua is not black, and the owner or the coach was not white,” Kelly said.
“She blasted Republican members of Congress as white supremacists a day after the Wisconsin jury acquitted [Kyle] Rittenhouse. Somehow that made the Republican members of Congress white supremacists. She called Rittenhouse a ‘little murderous white supremacist,'” she added.
She noted that the examples go on for days and days.
“I could give you 10 more that are way worse than any of these, that’s just what we pulled in a simple Google search. So joy, oh, joy, Tiffany Cross is gone,” she said.
Her guest, Dana Loesch, added that Cross was like a “Karen” with a microphone.
“Her whole show, if memory serves, the content is just essentially a YouTube section comment section. I mean, that’s her whole content. It’s just one angry YouTube comment section diatribe — that’s her whole entire show. I can see probably why it didn’t offer much value to the network,” she said.
“It’s kind of hard to sell ads on, you know, some Karen screaming about, you know, all of these grievances that she sees everywhere that don’t actually exist. And she doesn’t even have her facts straight on half of it all the time or any of it all the time. I just think people are tired of that kind of [thing],” Loesch added.
Some people. But not Cross’s fellow racists like Joy Reid, who continues to host her own show on MSNBC. Reid was absolutely outraged by her friend’s ouster.
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“Before I go, I really do want to say one quick thing about my friend, colleague, and sister Tiffany Cross. She’s not just my friend, she is my sister. I love her. I support her. I was boosting for her to get the show that she created, ‘The Cross Connection’ which she put her heart and soul into every day,” Reid said at the end of her show Friday.
“And I just want to say that those on the far-right who are attacking her on a social media app that I won’t name, you don’t understand how sisters move. So, watch this space. We will be here, her sisters will be here to support anything Tiffany Cross ever does. Know that. Believe that,” she added.
Both Cross and Reid appear to hate white people, in addition to black conservatives, the latter of whom have been likened to mindless drones by the hosts and their guests.
In late October, Reid portrayed Georgia Senate candidate Herschel Walker, a black Republican, as nothing more than a black puppet being controlled by white Republican masters.
Something similar happened on Cross’s show over the summer when one of her guests, fellow racist Elie Mystal, claimed the only reason Republicans like Walker is because he does “what he’s told” and that’s what Republicans want “from their negroes.”
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“It’s going to be a close election in Georgia because Walker has the backing of the Republicans. Now you ask why are Republicans backing this man who’s so clearly unintelligent, who so clearly doesn’t have independent thoughts. But that’s actually the reason. Walker’s gonna do what he’s told, and that’s what Republicans like. That’s what Republicans want from their negroes — to do what they’re told,” he said.
“And Walker presents exactly as a person who lacks independent thoughts, lacks an independent agenda, lacks an ability to grasp policies. And he’s just going to go in there and vote like Mitch McConnell tells him to vote. And remember, this has worked for the GOP in the south already,” Mystal continued.
“Tommy Tuberville, who right now is probably the dumbest person in the United States Senate, all he does is do what Mitch McConnell tells him to do. And so the GOP likes these candidates that aren’t able to kind of think for themselves, because that means — it basically means that Mitch McConnell gets three votes every time he shows up to work, as opposed to just his own,” he added.
Meanwhile, Cross eagerly nodded along with Mystal’s gross rhetoric. Thankfully, going forward, she’ll no longer be nodding along to anything at MSNBC …
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