MSNBC host Joy Reid admitted on Thursday she was hesitant to take the COVID vaccine when former President Donald Trump was in workplace before altering her place under President Joe Biden. 

“Look, I was hesitant when Donald Trump was out there controlling the CDC, controlling the FDA and manipulating them and making them put out falsehoods. Anybody rationale was hesitant,” Reid talked about. 

One of the “rationale” individuals the far-left MSNBC host had in concepts may have been Vice President Kamala Harris, who famously talked about “if Donald Trump tells us that we should take it, I’m not taking it” all by a vice presidential debate. 

MSNBC host Joy Reid admitted on Thursday she was hesitant to take the COVID vaccine when former President Trump was in office.

MSNBC host Joy Reid admitted on Thursday she was hesitant to take the COVID vaccine when former President Trump was in workplace.

As for Reid, she has been pushing the vaccine and scolding anybody who expresses hesitancy under the Biden administration. She has been caught up in a feud with Nicki Minaj after the rapper expressed hesitancy over the vaccine herself. The chyron on Reid’s program has even often known as the GOP the “anti-vax party.” 

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Journalist Drew Holden tweeted Reid “used her platform to push unfounded vaccine fears because she didn’t like the guy in the Oval Office” and provided examples of the MSNBC host’s hypocrisy. 

Holden unearthed an August 2020 half by way of which Reid had a doctor on her program to say that she wouldn’t advise victims to take the vaccine even when the pinnacle of the FDA signed off on it before medical trials have been full.

“A few weeks later, in early September, she doubled down, endorsing an article titled ‘Trump’s vaccine can’t be trusted,” Holden wrote. “You may remember that the vaccine (which Reid now firmly endorses) rolled out under Trump.”

Holden furthermore discovered proof that Reid has rhetorically asked viewers why they’d notion the vaccine under Trump a amount of circumstances and declared she “wouldn’t go near” one factor the Trump administration developed. 

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“Now, of course, Reid has entirely changed her tone, because it’s politically advantageous. Now she can’t possibly understand why any knuckle dragging moron wouldn’t take a vaccine that public health experts have endorsed,” Holden wrote. “I would encourage her to look into the mirror.”

Columnist Jason Whitlock not too means again often known as Reid a “phony” who will parrot one factor “the left tells her to be down with” so long as her paychecks clear and she is accepted by liberal influencers. 

“She done sold out for money and now she’s down with any and everything the left tells her to be down with … People need to do what makes sense for them. We need to get up out of each other’s business,” Whitlock talked about on his podcast. “Joy Reid needs to shut up because she ain’t saying what she really believes. We seen the blog posts and all the stuff from her past, what she really believes.” 

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The hosts of the morning radio present “The Breakfast Club” furthermore knocked Reid’s hypocrisy for scolding Minaj over her vaccine skepticism. Co-host Angela Yee be taught aloud Minaj’s tweets firing as soon as extra on the MSNBC host, together with one which invoked a tweet Reid wrote just about a 12 months to date expressing doubt all through the vaccine under President Trump, writing, “Who on God’s green earth would trust a vaccine by the @US-FDA?” 

“And that’s why you gotta have more grace,” co-host Charlamagne Tha God talked about. “Because just months ago, that’s how she felt. And there’s still some people who feel like that. So why not use these moments to teach instead of bash each other?”

Fox News’ Joseph A. Wulfsohn contributed to this report.