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MSNBC Host Tries To Explain Her Profane Hot-Mic Moment

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MSNBC host Joy Reid explained her hot-mic moment criticizing President Biden’s potential involvement in another war, stating her anti-war stance and reluctance to blame any specific side.

She also apologized for the profanity and expressed her desire for progress and unity in the country.

This incident occurred during a monologue criticizing Republican obstruction and Biden’s handling of the Israel-Hamas conflict, which has faced criticism from progressive Democrats like Rep. Rashida Tlaib.

“I’m going to hit that with a cute no comment,” Reid quipped.

“I am a person, that, I’m a Study War No More kind of Christian, I’m a red-letter Christian. I don’t believe in war whether it is the governor of Texas literally trying to start another civil war over an issue that his party could solve tomorrow.”

“I’m an anti-war person,” she said.

“I don’t want to say that there is any side that is specifically to blame here, but I think the idea, I think for most Americans, we’re war-weary,” Reid added.

“I think we’re all weary of conflict and we would like to see us progress economically, socially, try to bring this country back from the brink of racial hatred. Let’s not do war at all.”

“Over the weekend, President Biden said he’s ready to take action if Congress is serious about solving the border issue,” Reid said, before she was caught saying, “starting another f—— war.”

“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,” Reid later said.

Tlaib accused Biden of complicity in the deaths of children in the Middle East and supporting the “genocide of the Palestinian people.”

“Your silence is deafening. Your complicity is even worse,” Tlaib wrote. “A whole generation of children is being wiped out in front of us.”

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