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MSNBC’s Reid: Gaza Is Like Rwanda, Darfur, But This Time ‘Misery’ Is Funded by U.S.

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On MSNBC’s “The ReidOut,” host Joy Reid expressed concern over the situation in Gaza, likening it to humanitarian crises in Darfur and Rwanda.

She highlighted the refusal of Hamas to release hostages despite Israel’s offer of a humanitarian pause and emphasized the role of U.S. taxpayers in funding the human suffering.

Reid also noted the apparent lack of impact of U.S. public opinion on the situation. (Trending: Assault Weapons Ban Set To Take Effect, Here’s What To Know)

“I think of Darfur, I think of Rwanda, I think of previous cases in which the United States sort of watched, seemingly helplessly, as people died by the hundreds of thousands — and Congo, [the] Democratic Republic of [the] Congo,” she later added.

“But in this case, unlike in those cases, this feels like this is us doing it.”

The human misery is being funded by United States taxpayers.”

“Yet, it doesn’t seem that U.S. public opinion has any impact.”

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