MSNBC host Joy Reid was lampooned Monday for declaring Sens. Joe Manchin, D-W. Va., and Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., may lose their seats in the 2022 midterm elections, since Manchin and Sinema are Senators who aren’t up for re-election till 2024. 

“Of course House progressives could easily say to Joe Manchin & Kyrsten Sinema: ‘fine. Good luck in your midterm elections with zero infrastructure bills to show because if the big bill dies, yours does too.’ Those House seats are likely safer than WV & AZ,” Reid tweeted to accompany an Axios report that Manchin feels Congress should delay President Biden’s $3.5 trillion social-spending bundle till 2022. 

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While Washington Post reporter Seung Min Kim kindly reminded Reid she was flawed, the far-left host was swiftly mocked by others for the tweet. 

“Well, besides Manchin and Sinema being in the Senate and not the House. And… not being up for re-election until 2024, this is a bang-up observation,” Fox News contributor Joe Concha responded

GOP communications strategist Matt Whitlock asked, “Do you have anyone that works in politics on your staff?”

Journalist Ryan James Girdusky bluntly said, “Manchin and Sinema aren’t up for re-election during the midterms you idiot.”

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Many individuals joked that Reid must have been hacked, a callback to her notorious declare that homophobic slurs on her pre-fame weblog have been planted by hackers. The MSNBC host lastly admitted that it was unlikely hackers have been accountable, however claimed she didn’t bear in ideas writing the hateful options regardless of apologizing anyway. 

“She’s not the brightest bulb, folks,” conservative activist Ned Ryun responded. “But I think we all pretty much knew that already.”

Many others mocked Reid on Twitter: 

Despite her embarrassing weblog scandal, Reid has risen from a weekend internet web internet hosting gig at MSNBC to a 7 p.m. weeknight slot and was one amongst many faces of MSNBC’s political security in 2020. 

Reid has repeatedly unfold conspiracy theories and misinformation on her program and social media feed. She has furthermore referred to Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas as “Uncle Clarence,” a reference to the disparaging “Uncle Tom” time interval for Blacks seen as servile, and Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., as a token Black Republican.