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sábado, 3 de febrero de 2018

Joy Reid Tries to Downplay MS-13, But Then She Hears From the Victims Mother

Joy Reid offered a heartless rebuttal to President Trump inviting the parents of MS-13 victims by shamelessly playing down the threat posed by this vicious gang of illegals.

But then the mother of one of the gang’s victims put Joy in her place, calling her dismissive comments “unacceptable.”

From IJR

In response to President Donald Trump inviting the parents of two teenage girls killed by members of the MS-13 gang, MSNBC host Joy Reid seemed to downplay the threat the gang presents to the United States.

“And then he gives a speech tonight, in which he makes it sound like the biggest issue in the United States,“ Reid said after the State of the Union. ”The biggest threat is MS-13, a gang nobody that doesn’t watch Fox News has ever heard of. So he makes it sound like they’re the biggest threat.”

Now, the mother of one of the gang’s victims is pushing back on Reid’s assertion. Speaking with Fox News’ Laura Ingraham on Thursday, she said she was almost at a loss for words after hearing Reid’s comments.

“I mean, these are gang members that just, you know, decided to be a judge and a jury to take my daughter out like that,” Elizabeth Alvarado said. “It’s unacceptable. I don’t want it to happen to anybody else’s family, but something needs to be done.”

The victim’s father, Robert Mickens, also blasted Democrats for not standing when Trump mentioned them.

“I felt it was very disrespectful,” he said. “For the simple fact the Democrats who were there who did not stand up, they were African-Americans. So that hurts me a lot to show that they did not have the respect to honor what just happened to our lives.”

“Regardless of how they feel about the president, they should show the respect, because I would show them the respect if that was their loved one,” Mickens added.