MSNBC’s Joy Reid Claims Trump Can’t Connect With Human Misery Caused By Hurricane Harvey (VIDEO)

Joy Reid of MSNBC recently appeared on the Daily Show and used the slot as an opportunity to bash President Trump, naturally. Trump’s response to Hurricane Harvey has been excellent but it will never be enough for leftists like Reid.

News Busters reported:

Reid: Trump’s ‘Disturbing’ Response to Harvey Shows He Can’t ‘Understand’ ‘Human Scale of Misery’

MSNBC AM Joy Host Joy Reid appeared on Tuesday’s The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, where she bashed President Trump’s response to Hurricane Harvey. Playing the armchair psychologist, Reid said Trump lacked the ability to empathize or “understand” the depth of the “misery” the citizens of Houston, Texas are experiencing right now…

“So for him, you know, the accomplishment he sees in Harvey is that it’s the biggest during the era of Donald Trump. So there’s something really disturbing just about the way that he talks about it. He said something to the effect of, ‘Harvey’s a really nice name. But you know, the storm, not nice. Not nice.’ I mean, no kidding! Its a hurricane!” [laugher]

I don’t think that he understands the human scale of misery. I don’t think that he can connect with the sort of compassion that you normally have when you see a disaster like this.”

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Joy probably thinks Robot Hillary would have a more human touch.

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The voters of Texas certainly didn’t think so!


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