MSNBC’s Joy Reid Very Angry That People On Social Media Keep Asking Her What A Woman Is (VIDEO)

MSNBC’s Joy Reid is very unhappy about people on social media discussing the meaning of what a woman is.

The only reason people are having this debate is because people on the left refuse to say that a woman is an adult female human.

It hoes back to the questioning of Ketanji Brown-Jackson, who couldn’t define the word.

FOX News reports:

MSNBC’s Joy Reid screeches at social media mentions asking her what a woman is

MSNBC’s Joy Reid took to TikTok on Sunday to call out what she claims are “right-wing men” clogging her social media mentions.

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“The ReidOut” host posted a video on her TikTok account scolding people who continue to ask her to define what a woman is.

“I’m just going to say this, if y’all don’t mind. I am so sick of right-wing men coming into my mentions and asking me stupid basic biology questions like ‘what is a woman? Are babies valuable?'” Reid said.

The question “what is a woman” went viral in March after Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson failed to answer Sen. Marsha Blackburn’s, R-Tenn., question for a definition of the word “women” during her Senate confirmation hearing.

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“Can I provide a definition? No, I can’t,” Jackson responded. “Not in this context, I’m not a biologist.”

Here’s the video:

Maybe Joy Reid should turn her anger towards her friends on the left.


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