MSNBC’s Joy Reid triggered by Trump’s talk of church, family, police, military, national anthem at SOTU

It seems that MSNBC propagandist Joy Reid didn’t appreciate President Trump’s patriotic State of the Union speech and was actually triggered by his references to church, police, family, the military and the national anthem, calling them “the tropes of 1950s-era nationalism.”

“Church … family … police … military … the national anthem … Trump trying to call on all the tropes of 1950s-era nationalism. The goal of this speech appears to be to force the normalization of Trump on the terms of the bygone era his supporters are nostalgic for,” she wrote on Twitter.

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You read that right — Reid is actually upset that Trump used the words church, family, police, military and the national anthem during the State of the Union.  Think about the implications of that for just a moment.

Naturally, Twitter users cleaned Reid’s clock.

Author and columnist Joseph Steinberg asked: “Do you seriously consider ‘Church … family … police … military … the national anthem …’ to be ‘terms of a bygone era’?”

“Learn to read. Then get back to me,” Reid said in response.

Another person told Reid: “I am a minority immigrant woman from a communist country and I know that God, family, law and order are the pillar beliefs of this country. Only the evil left in a sheeps clothing like you can argue otherwise. God’s intervention elected Trump to expose wolves like you”

Others weighed in:

Another person summarized the Trump-hating left and the Democrats:

One person suggested:

Keep in mind this is the same Joy Reid who suggested Rep. Steve Scalise deserved to get shot because of his conservative views and called rural Americans a core threat to democracy.  She’s made a number of controversial statements, as we’ve reported here.

Paul Joseph Watson correctly observed: “Reid being upset at the mere mention of family, police, the military, the church and the national anthem is very telling because it emphasizes the fact that these are all things that those on the far-left, whether they admit or not, truly do hate.”

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