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GlaxoSmithKline has consistently advertised on The Reid Show from the time when Florida Family Association started recording the MSNBC show in November 2021 until now. GlaxoSmithKline advertised the following products on The ReidOut: Chapstick, Tums, Trelegy, Poligrip, Flonase, Shingrix, Voltaren, Sensodyne, Parodontax and Cabenuva.
Joy Reid’s show on MSNBC epitomizes the harmful elements of Critical Race Theory (CRT). Reid is so prolific with anti-white hate speech that Tucker Carlson on Fox News calls her “the race lady.” The ReidOut’s host, sit in hosts and some contributors practice anti-white labeling that is offensive, racist and likely inspires hate among some viewers of this show. The content of Joy Reid’s show is so degrading to the white race that we can easily see that her program is one of the worst on cable television.
On the April 25, 2022 episode of The ReidOut Reid’s guest Anand Giridharadas called Elon Musk and all white Twitter users racists and Joy Reid lashed at all white Twitter users on the right as racists. Reid’s guest Anand Giridharadas said in part “Elon Musk lives in a world in which the only kind of free speech is white men feeling free to say whatever the hell they want.” Reid said in part “The right has made multiple attempts to remake Twitter and never works because the thing is they don’t want to talk to each other. They want to talk to us. They want to talk to the culture. If they were where black Twitter was not being because they couldn’t attack black twitter.”
Joy Reid berated white Christians again for being racists on her MSNBC show “The ReidOut” on March 7, 2022. Reid argued that the only reason "the world" cares about the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine is because it's happening to a "white and largely Christian" nation. She said “We don’t need to ask ourselves if our response would be the same if Russia unleashed their horror on a country that wasn’t white and largely Christian.”
Mark Levin of the Life, Liberty and Levin show on Fox News said during his November 14, 2021 program: “It is my contention that many of the major media platforms in this country are racist and anti-Semitic. And that is part of the problem with this country. They bring in contributors and guests and if not have hosts and so forth who spread this poison.”
Joy Reid said on her November 19, 2021 show regarding the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict: "When we’re watching the criminal justice system at work it is designed to do exactly what it did today. Gun laws helped to enhance the design to allow this verdict to happen today. This country was built on the idea of white men having a particular kind of freedom a particular kind of citizenship that only they have. That give from the slave catchers on the right to inflict violence in the name of protecting property."
Additionally, hurling insults at white people, Reid asked a guest named Paul a question regarding Kyle Rittenhouse taking the stand in his own defense “… could any child of color or person of color ever ever ever do that on a stand and get away with it.” To which Paul answered “…this is white privilege on steroids. “
Mark Levin aired part of the November 4, 2021 episode of The ReidOut show in which a regular guest had this to say about Winsome Sears winning the Lt. Governor race in Virginia. “There is a black mouth moving but a white idea through the – running on the runway of the tongue of a figure who justifies and legitimates the white supremacist practices,” Michael Dyson, a regular MSNBC contributor, said on the network’s The ReidOut with Joy Reid.
Yahoo news published an article titled: Winsome Sears Unloads on MSNBC’s Joy Reid: ‘Get Your Facts Straight’ The article reports in part: Winsome Sears — the first woman and first woman of color elected lieutenant governor of Virginia on Tuesday night — called out Joy Reid after watching the MSNBC host describe the GOP as “dangerous.”
“I wish Joy Reid would invite me on her show — let’s see if she’s woman enough to do that — I’d go in a heartbeat and we’d have a real discussion without Joy speaking about me behind my back, if you will,” Sears said during her appearance on Fox’s “The Story with Martha MacCallum” Wednesday afternoon.
“[Reid] talks about white supremacy,” Sears continued. “Does she know that I ran against a white supremacist? I mean Joy come on. Get your facts straight and then come talk to me. I’m waiting for you.”
MacCallum asked Sears to respond to a segment in which Reid described the GOP as “stoking that kind of soft white nationalism.” Reid said this after Republican Glenn Youngkin won Virginia’s gubernatorial race against Democrat Terry McAuliffe Tuesday night.
“You have to be willing to vocalize that these Republicans are dangerous,” Reid said on MSNBC Live as the election results rolled in. “That this isn’t a party that’s just another political party that disagrees with us on tax policy,” said Reid. “That at this point, they’re dangerous. They’re dangerous to our national security because stoking at kind of soft white nationalism eventually leads to the hardcore stuff.”
Joy Reid falsely labeled white conservatives in March 2021 when she said: ‘I'll say it again: people on the right would trade all the tax cuts for the ability to openly say the n-word like in 'the good old days. To them, not being able to be openly racist and discriminatory without consequence is oppression.”
Fox News published a report titled: “MSNBC's Joy Reid dismisses focus on Gabby Petito case as 'missing White woman syndrome'” in which Reid racistly disparages the highly publicized case.
Reid compared Kyle Rittenhouse to Brett Kavanaugh slamming both men as “Karens” and claiming they both benefited from ingenuine “white male tears.” She said “It reminded a lot of people of something … Oh, the Brett Kavanaugh hearing. It was Bret Kavanaugh who had been accused by a high school friend (lie she was not a friend) of committing sexual abuse of her. Kavanaugh cried his way through the hearings to make him a permanent member of the United States Supreme Court. And his [Kavanaugh’s] tears turned out to be more powerful than the tears of Christine Blasey Ford (his accuser.) But in America, there’s a thing about both white vigilantism and white tears, particularly male white tears. Really white tears in general, because, that’s what Karens are, right? They can Karen out and then as soon as they get caught, bring waterworks.”
Tiffany Cross sitting in for Joy Reid on November 3, 2021, the day after the elections, made these racist and false statements:
"This is about the fact that a good chunk of voters out there are okay with white supremacy."
“Racists have always felt comfortable in the Republican Party. People who traffic in white supremacy have always felt comfortable here.”
“…when you do see overwhelmingly white women staying loyal to a party that will have an adverse impact on their life, just like it will people of color, and white people overwhelmingly voting for policies that have an adverse impact on all of our lives, I mean, I got to ask, what do we do about this?”
Jason Whitlock, appearing on Mark Levin’s November 14, 2021 show, said in part: “When there is an attack on the truth it is an attack on God. There is a massive attack on the truth in this country and that is an attack on God. They (leftists) are masking and packaging their hatred of God in this ‘we’re here to fix racism.’”
Joy Reid’s tweet comparing Christians to the Taliban appears to capture some of the “God hating narrative of the left” that Jason Whitlock describes. Fox News reports: MSNBC host Joy-Ann Reid came under fire Saturday for comparing the religious right in the United States to the Taliban, claiming they want to force women "solely into childbirth" and out of the workforce. "This is the real-life Handmaid’s Tale," Reid tweeted, comparing the situation in Afghanistan to the novel and dystopian drama series "The Handmaid's Tale," where women are portrayed as property and forced to bear children. "A true cautionary tale for the U.S., which has our own far religious right dreaming of a theocracy that would impose a particular brand of Christianity, drive women from the workforce and solely into childbirth, and control all politics," the tweet continued.
In all likelihood GlaxoSmithKline would not support with its advertising dollars a white talk show host or white contributors making such false and offensive statements about black people. GlaxoSmithKline certainly has the right to advertise on whatever shows it chooses. Likewise, you have the same right to voice concern and not patronize companies that support anti-white program content.
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Please stop spending GlaxoSmithKline customer money on anti-white hate speech.
I am disappointed that GlaxoSmithKline is spending customer money to buy advertising on The ReidOut. The ReidOut host, sit in hosts and some contributors practice anti-white labeling that is offensive, racist and likely inspires hate among some viewers of this show. I am certain that your company would not support with its advertising dollars a white talk show host or white contributors making such false and offensive statements about black people. Will GlaxoSmithKline continue to advertise on The ReidOut given its racist content?
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