Former President Donald John Trump said: ……“On another front, looks like Unjoy Reid, the racist commentator on MSDNC (MSNBC), is toast. Her stupidity is only surpassed by her absolute lack of television persona. She never had it, and never will. The only thing she’s good at is spewing racist hate but obviously, no one is listening!” he added.
As far as Reid is concerned, Trump could be responding to a recent report that said she could be canceled by MSNBC sometime this coming spring.
News Cycle Media’s Jon Nicosia reported on Twitter that a Comcast source said “Joy Reid will lose her 7p show in the next round of reshuffling at MSNBC.”
“Source @ Comcast: ‘Joy Reid will lose her 7p show in the next round of reshuffling at MSNBC.’ – ‘She does not have a show come mid Spring’ – The “decision has been made, the only thing left is messaging on the move, which will be ratings,” Nicosia tweeted.
“As was the case with Chris Cuomo at CNN, Reid has allies at Comcast, however, she is now viewed as ‘unmanageable’ by many. Also, similar to Cuomo, it appears those allies have found out she has been ‘less than truthful about past incidents’ 2/ (more to come),” he added in a second tweet.
“Also, like Cuomo at CNN. Watch for MSNBC/Comcast to defend her right until the announcement,” he concluded in a third tweet.
MSNBC’s weekday prime-time viewership plummeted by 25 percent in 2021, with Reid’s ratings steadily sinking all year long.
According to Nielsen data, The Reidout started the year with an average of 2,592,000 viewers. By November, that number of viewers had dropped to 1,129,000.
Reid has also come under fire numerous times for her outrageous comments about Donald Trump, his supporters, and Republicans.
In November, Nicosia reported that Reid was in trouble over her comments about Kyle Rittenhouse both before and after his acquittal. He tweeted that “there is serious talk all the way up the chain at Comcast about Joy Reid’s future at MSNBC.”
Following a jury’s acquittal on all five counts, white-hating, stupid Joyless Reid argued Rittenhouse’s acquittal has a historic precedent that goes back to the days of slavery:
“I think we have to keep in mind when we’re watching the criminal justice system at work, that it was designed to do exactly what it did today,” Reid told her fill-in host Jason Johnson. “Gun laws helped to enhance the design to allow this verdict to happen today. This country was built on the idea that White men had a particular kind of freedom and a particular kind of citizenship that only they have that gives, you know, from the slave catchers on, the right to inflict violence In the name of protecting property. That’s like the foundational creation of the United States.”