‘Smooth Clay’ Brain: MSNBC Claims Trump to Deport All Non-White People

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During Monday’s The ReidOut, MSNBC host Joy Reid fear-mongered her audience by distorting practically everything former President Donald Trump said during his infamous “bloodbath” speech. In addition to spewing the “bloodbath” hoax, she also spun lies about his proposed immigration and deportation policies, suggesting he was just going to deport any brown or black person they came across in the street. She said all this while unironically mocking Trump for supposedly having a brain made of “smooth clay.”

Initially, Reid acknowledged that it would be “useless speculation” to assume Trump’s dramatic rant was about him spilling real blood. However, she suddenly contradicted herself, arguing that “since he is actually being prosecuted at the state level and at the federal level for fomenting an actual insurrection that caused a lot of blood,” he might now mean it literally, despite the fact he was talking about combating China’s undercutting of the automotive industry.

Her infuriation at Trump the “maniac” was furthered by his promise in the speech to “begin the largest domestic deportation operation in American history.” Trump’s allusion to Eisenhower’s deportation project in his presidency catapulted Reid into a frenzy about how this meant Trump was going to roundup “anyone who looks like an undocumented migrant.”

She insinuated that groups like the Proud Boys and Oath Keepers would be “deputize[d]” to “spot suspicious looking brown people.” She then warned all Hispanic people to watch out for this day, cautioning “if you are, or look, Hispanic, heads up even if you are a citizen and even Latin MAGA.”

To further her “all brown people will be locked up” point, she cautioned Proud Boys leader, Enrique Tarrio, to watch out for Trump, even though he’s a U.S. citizen. “Enrique Tarrio, if I were you, I’d be doubly careful so you don’t wind up back where you started and then also deported,” she said.

Reid continued her incitement of fear about Trump by framing his plan to send the military to “blue cities” as a sort of tyrannical abuse of police power. However, she purposefully omitted the fact that many illegals reside in those cities and some were currently engaged in criminal activity. “Trump’s minions, like Stephen Miller, are gleefully bragging that Trump will unleash the U.S. military in blue cities like Philadelphia, New York, and Chicago,” she warned.

Trump’s plan to send the military into these cities to deport illegal immigrants wasn’t Reid’s only shocking discovery. She was also appalled to learn that U.S. citizens who don’t live near the border might actually be concerned about illegal immigrants. It’s almost as if there were illegals who live away from the border.

Her distortion of Trump’s border plan also spread to her coverage of Trump’s unlikely plan to imprison college students who actively support the terrorist organization, Hamas. Reid instead claimed that Trump was planning to “round up and deport anyone who has participated in protests against Israel’s siege of Gaza,” when it was actually about canceling the visas of foreign students who were supporting the terrorist group Hamas.

While peddling her distorted stories, Reid dared to call Trump a “mad man, whose brain is clearly addled and little more than a ball of smooth clay at this stage of its deterioration.”

Reid should probably be careful calling anyone smooth-brained when she admitted on live television that she thinks Trump was going to round up all the brown people.

As her mangled interpretation of Trump’s speech finally came to a close, Reid claimed “Trump has added to his previous Nazism’s about vermin and poisoning the blood of the country, the idea that black and brown migrants are not even people.” Except, Trump was not referring to all “black and brown migrants,” he was referring to the gang members of MS-13.

I would do the same thing, if I had prisons that were teeming with MS-13 and all sorts of people that they’ve got to take care of for the next 50 years…if you call them people. I don’t know if you call them people. In some cases, they’re not people, in my opinion…These are bad, these are animals. 

Which, of course, was part of her continuation of downplaying the danger of the gang.

The full transcript can be read here: 

MSNBC: The ReidOut

3/18/2024

7:03:46-7:07:32

(clip of Donald Trump speech)

DONALD TRUMP: We’re going to put a 100% tariff on every single car that comes across the line. And you’re not going to be able to sell those. If I get elected. Now, if I don’t get elected, it’s going to be a bloodbath. That’s going to be the least of it. It’s going to be a bloodbath for the country. That’ll be the least of it. But they’re not going to sell those cars. [Transition] If this election isn’t won, I’m not sure you’ll ever have another election in this country.

JOY REID: Which led to a weekend of useless speculation about whether he actually meant real blood, which is kind of beside the point at this point, since he is actually being prosecuted at the state level and at the federal level for fomenting an actual insurrection that caused a lot of blood. That actually caused the deaths of at least five people. There was at least one person who testified, a police officer, that she was literally slipping in pools of blood on January 6th. So the question of whether he meant actual blood seems a bit besides the point at this point.

But what’s much more important is what this maniac is actually vowing to do if elected again.

(cut to Donald Trump speech)

DONALD TRUMP: On day one, my administration will terminate every open border policy of the Biden administration. We will begin the largest domestic deportation operation in American history. Larger than that, by far, of Dwight Eisenhower. You know, Eisenhower had a similar problem, but peanuts by comparison.

(cut back)

REID: What he isn’t telling you is Eisenhower’s plan was actually labeled with the iconically racist term “Operation Wetback.” It actually led to a lot of human rights abuses and actual deaths.

And that is what Trump is promising us in 2025. A mass round-up targeting anyone who looks like an undocumented migrant, and Trump’s minions, like Stephen Miller, are gleefully bragging that Trump will unleash the U.S. military in blue cities like Philadelphia, New York, and Chicago.

Or maybe he’ll get creative and use the Insurrection Act to deputize his gang affiliates and the Proud Boys, the Oath Keepers, the Boogaloo Bois, and the three-percenters. Stand back and stand by. Am I right? I mean, who better to spot suspicious looking brown people. So, if you are, or look, Hispanic, heads up even if you are a citizen and even Latin MAGA.

Enrique Tarrio, if I were you, I’d be doubly careful so you don’t wind up back where you started and then also deported.

Trump is also threatening to round up and deport anyone who has participated in protests against Israel’s siege of Gaza, which is something to note.

And this mad man, whose brain is clearly addled and little more than a ball of smooth clay at this stage of its deterioration, makes these promises to feed chum to a base that has been drilled by right-wing media to now care more about stopping migrants, even if they themselves live thousands of miles from the southern border, than about the economy or inflation or literally anything else, according to Gallup. We are literally becoming Hungary.

And to continue to entertain his super fans and keep their blood pressure sufficiently high, that they’ll run to the polls on the single day of voting that he has decreed in November. Trump has added to his previous Nazism’s about vermin and poisoning the blood of the country, the idea that black and brown migrants are not even people. 

(cut to Donald Trump speech)

TRUMP: I would do the same thing, if I had prisons that were teeming with MS-13 and all sorts of people that they’ve got to take care of for the next 50 years. Right? Young people, they’re in jail for years, if you call them people. I don’t know if you call them people. In some cases, they’re not people, in my opinion. [transition] These are bad, these are animals…[Clips cut off].

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