MSNBC host Joy Reid has seen her ratings drop 20 percent since she made unverifiable claims of hacking in April to explain controversial blog posts posted to her former website.
Embattled MSNBC host Joy Reid made homophobic comments and threatened violence against her co-workers while working on her Florida radio show, according to individuals who worked with her at the time.
MSNBC host Joy Reid issued an apology on Friday as pressure mounted on her and the network to address inflammatory blog posts she made beginning in 2005.
A Palestinian-American who has made numerous MSNBC appearances to castigate Israel leads an organization exposed for facilitating donations to a Palestinian coalition that includes several U.S.-designated terrorist groups.
MSNBC host Joy Reid’s old blog, which came under scrutiny for controversial posts last month, also spread notorious 9/11 conspiracy theories.
The independent “cyber-security expert” who MSNBC host Joy Reid tapped to investigate her claims of her old blog being hacked previously gave a tip to the FBI that wound up being a waste of time, according to a new report.
Media critics have blasted MSNBC host Joy Reid and her defenders in the wake of her muddled response to homophobic posts on her old blog, calling her claims of being hacked “implausible,” “bizarre,” and reminiscent of those from former New York congressman Anthony Weiner.